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Valentine's Concert - Robert Skiera

Valentine's Concert - Robert Skiera


We invite you to our Fryderyk Concert Hall for a Valentine’s Day Chopin Concert, 14th of February at 7 P.M.

The pianist will talk about the composers, their works and the women who inspired their creation.

And all this with romantic candles in our beautiful Fryderyk Concert Hall.

During the intermission enjoy a glass of sparkling wine to celebrate this wonderful day!

Robert Skiera (piano) currently performs as a soloist and chamber musician in Poland and throughout Europe. Between performances he fits in teaching at music schools in Warsaw from the Jozef Elsner State College Music School to his old alma-mater the Fryderyk Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw from where he graduated in 1988.

Robert has also conducted classes at the international courses of musical interpretation in Nowy Sącz. Among the concerts and festivals Robert has performed at are: Germany (Kiel, Frankfurt, Mainz, Trier, Mannheim, Cottbus, Husum, Mülheim, Oberhausen, Segeberg), Holland (The Hague), Italy (Milan, Turin, Genoa), Austria (Vienna), France (Paris), Belgium (Brussels) and Hungary (Budapest). Robert has also made recordings for both polish radio and television, performing as a soloist with chamber orchestras, and also performing piano ensembles in orchestral works (e.g. under Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau). Robert repertoire doesn’t just include Chopin’s many wonderful works, but ranges from Bach to Bartók. Robert has released albums for the labels Acte Préalable (Chopin’s works) and DUX (chamber music).

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Concert program

In addition to the works of the greatest romantic composer of all time, Fryderyk Chopin, there will also be an opportunity to listen to the compositions of Ludwig van Beethoven, whose "For Eliza" and the „Moonlight Sonata”, and Robert Schumann's Dream and Franz Liszt's Love Dream will move tender strings in the hearts of lovers!

The program will primarily include many of Fryderyk Chopin's most famous works: waltzes, Prelude "Rainstorm", Etude "Revolutionary", Polonaise Heroic in A flat major op. 53.