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The Polish Sinfonia Iuventus Orchestra is an orchestra for the most talented graduates of music schools. Our goal is to give each musician the opportunity to make his or her artistic debut. We ensure continuing professional education with outstanding artistic experts.  



For the second time in Warsaw we will cheer ‘Viva! Canaletto'. Just like last year, the Polish Sinfonia Iuventus Orchestra wishes to cherish the long weekend in June, Warsaw, its residents and visitors. June is not just the month in which spring gives way to summer heat, but it is also the much-longed-for moment in which the busy year of work and school subsides to the overpowering prospect of holiday. Our orchestra's Warsaw-based festival is a harbinger of this long-awaited period, at the same time serving as a summary of our team's work this year. It is a kind of an exam session which we as a team are going to pass with the best notes - for your and our own satisfaction.
To celebrate the 70th anniversary of the end of World War 2, we intend to play a piece which does not directly refer to the 20th century apocalypse, yet it provides an impressive memento: Carl Orff's Carmina burana. The work was composed in Nazi Germany to be immediately included in the list of ‘degenerate music' and then to serve the propaganda machine. Today, it speaks with an evocative language about universal issues: the unpredictability of fate, the transience of this world, and also about the eternal optimism associated with the recurring spring, the joy of feasting and celebrating the sunny side of life.

We will use this opportunity ahead of autumn and of the emotions associated with another International Chopin Piano Competition to introduce to you one of Poland's candidates - we will give him the opportunity to try out his skills in a concert played with an orchestra. We will also wish him to play in the Warsaw Philharmonic Hall during the finale of the Chopin Competition. We will also invite you to a marathon of chamber music ‘Kameralnie-Elektoralnie' during which the musicians of the Polish Sinfonia Iuventus Orchestra and their friends will play the music that they love best and that lingers in their souls when they are not in rehearsals or playing symphonic concerts. /Andrzej Sułek/


Honorary Patronage
The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage
Hanna Gronkiwiecz-Waltz Presidence of Warsaw.



Projekt i realizacja: Rotos
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