• Polish W Philharmonic

    THE POLISH WIENIAWSKI PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA

    Saturday, March 5, 2022 

    The Polish Wieniawski Philharmonic Orchestra was founded in December 1944. Its beginnings go back to numerous chamber and solo concerts given by musicians who after World War II established ties within Poland. The repertoire and artistic considerations, as well as the joy of making music together, led to a premiere chamber music concert, held on February 10, 1945 in the hall of the Music Society. This concert gave the impulse to extend the orchestra and a classical music gala was held on May 18 of the same year – which was at the same time the first symphony concert in post-war Poland. The Polish Wieniawski Philharmonic Orchestra has gone on many concert tours. Performances in Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Sweden, Germany, South Korea, Denmark and Ukraine were acclaimed both by the critics and the public. The orchestra participated in numerous international festivals and Franco Ferrara Conductors’ Seminar in Siena. The Polish Wieniawski Philharmonic is the largest music institution in eastern Poland. It is visited not only by local music-lovers, but by cosmopolitan Polish and international patrons alike. This is a place where you can enjoy art of the highest quality. The Philharmonic offers symphony concerts, recitals, organ and chamber music soirées performed by the most prominent Polish musicians and internationally acclaimed artists. 

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    Ticket prices: Individual ticket prices $35, Series tickets $120 which includes one ticket to each of the following concerts  "I am...He Said", Chicago Brass Quintet Christmas, The Polish Wieniawski Philharmonic Orchestra, Tusk and The Guy Mendilow Ensemble. The Wartmann Artist Series ticket does not include Salute to Glen Campbell.

    ONLINE TICKETS Tickets by phone 608-561-6093 Due to Covid-19 there will be no in-person ticket sales.  Ticket Order Form 

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