• The Polish Baltic Philharmonic

    The Polish Baltic Philharmonic

    (Replaces The Prague Symphony Orchestra due to touring conflict)

    POSTPONED DUE TO COVID-19

    Rescheduled Date: Saturday, March 5, 2022

    Tickets On Sale Date TBD 

    Founded in 1945 on the heels of postwar Polish independence, The Polish Baltic Philharmonic is the largest music institution in northern Poland.  The orchestra is visited not only by local music-lovers but by cosmopolitan Polish and international patrons alike.  This is the place for those who enjoy art of the highest quality.  The Philharmonic organizes symphonic concerts, recitals, and chamber music soirées performed by the most prominent Polish musicians as well as by many world-famous artists. 

     One might think that long periods of turbulence may have weakened the arts in Gdańsk, yet the reality is quite the opposite. The Polish Baltic Philharmonic as it exists and thrives today represents an amalgamation of these international and historical influences, and the lofty passions that witnessed tragedy and drove revolutions, while still capturing the prideful stoicism of contemporary Poland and the larger Baltic Sea coast. 

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    Ticket prices: Individual ticket prices $35, Early Bird series tickets purchased before 9/6/21: $95 which includes one ticket to each of the four concerts in the Wartmann Artist Series + 1 complimentary Chicago Brass Quintet Christmas ticket. Series tickets purchased after 9/6/21: $120 + 1 complimentary Chicago Brass Quintet Christmas ticket.

    Online Tickets Tickets by phone 608-561-6093 Due to Covid-19 there will be no in-person ticket sales. 

    Funded partially by the William and Joyce Wartmann Endowment for the Performing Arts