Franciszek Lessel – Trio for piano, violin, and cello in E Major, Op. 5
III. Rondo. Allegro di molto
CUORE PIANO TRIO:
Zuzanna Małgorzata Budzyńska – violin
Jadwiga Roguska – cello
Szymon Ogryzek – piano
Thumbnail PC: Mateusz Żaboklicki
YT: Zuzanna Budzyńska – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRZla6WM2-si0pFU4XEjZnA
website – https://konkursmuzykipolskiej.pl/en/
The National Institute of Music and Dance is delighted to invite musicians of all nationalities to submit their bids in the 3rd edition of the International Competition of Polish Music. The Competition showcases music by eminent Polish composers working in and outside of Poland.
The International Competition of Polish Music is an opportunity to discover Polish music, especially from the 19th and 20th century, in all its glory, including lesser-known and underperformed pieces. We encourage pianists and chamber ensembles from around the world to explore the richness of Polish music and present their repertoires during the Competition.
Participants may select their respective Competition repertoires from among works by 60 Polish composers. Additionally, each participant will be able to perform a piece by a deceased Polish composer from outside of the Competition list.
The 2023 edition features an expanded prize pool, which will include six main prizes in each category:
1st prize – 20,000 euro
2nd prize – 10,000 euro
3rd prize – 8,000 euro
4th prize – 6,000 euro
5th prize – 4,000 euro
6th prize – 2,000 euro
The remaining finalists will be awarded equal honorable mentions of 500 euro each.
The competition is organised by the National Institute of Music and Dance in cooperation with the Artur Malawski Podkarpacka Philharmonic. Financed by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland.
Konkurs Muzyki Polskiej – KMP
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