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Jagoda Sokołowska O'Donovan & Robert Skiera

Jadwiga Sokołowska O'Donovan & Robert Skiera

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Jagoda Sokołowska- O’Donovan- soprano

An outstanding Polish flautist and singer. Winner of the first prizes at Polish and international music competitions. The outstanding Polish critic and humanist Jerzy Waldorff wrote: “Responsibility for the state of the musical life of Polish stages requires me to send these few words to you, who contribute to Polish culture … I recommend this exceptionally talented artist … an outstanding musical personality” For you Jagoda Sokołowska- O'Donovan sings songs by Fryderyk Chopin and other Polish composers in The Fryderyk Concert Hall.

Robert Skiera- piano

A well-known Polish soloist and chamber musician, a graduate of the Warsaw University of Music in 1988 in the piano class of Alicja Paleta-Bugaj and the chamber music class of Barbara Halska. After receiving his diploma, he started working at his alma mater as an assistant professor in the chamber music department, working closely with Piotr Paleczny, performing with famous Polish musicians and actors. Has received many excellent reviews all over the world.


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Concert Plan

„Wish”

„Lithuanian Song”

„Sad River”

Prelude in D flat major

op. 28 no. 16 „Raindrop”

2 Waltzes:

in E flat major op. 18

in C sharp minor op. 64 no. 2

Scherzo in C sharp minor op. 39

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„Spring”

„Tragic story”

„Handsome Lad”

Etude in C minor op. 10 no. 12

„Revolution”

Mazurka in A minor op. 68 no. 2

Etude in F minor op. 10 no. 9

Grande Polonaise

in A flat major op. 53

WE ARE VERY SORRY!

Today's recital by Jagoda-Sokołowska O'Donovan-soprano will not take place for reasons beyond our control. To compensate you will hear a piano recital performed by Prof. Robert Skiera.

THE CONCERT PROGRAM WILL BE CHANGED

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