New Year Concert
New Year Concert played by musicians from Symphonic Orchestra of Poznań, is one of the most spectacular and unforgettable events we create! Our experience indicates, that every New Year is best welcomed with music! We always want that our 40-person orchestra was accompanied by the best performers from national and foreign stages!
During the concert we can hear not only the most known classical waltz, uvertures and polkas, but also beautiful carrols, operettas songs and modern hits! There must be “The Blue Danube” waltz, neapolitan song “O sole mio”, opera arias, popular music, and “Radetzky March” at the end!
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Audiofeels – Symphony and Rock Concert
Audiofeels – Symphony and Rock Concert is a show that no rock enthusiast can miss!
Combination of classical music’s power with rock music’s energy is a true treat for all the rock fans!
The artists will bring us to electrifying and stunning world of rock music. We can hear hits from The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Led Zeppelin, Queen, Guns’n’Roses, David Bowie and U2. There will be strong bits along with beautiful ballads. Audiofeels band is accompanied by Symphonic Orchestra of Poznań and 100-person chorus.
Great artists, fantastic hits, extraordinary show and over 100 people on the stage is a guarantee of stunning musical experience. During the concert we can hear special Guest’s performance.
„Audiofeels – Symphony and Rock Concert” is a tribute to the biggest rock stars.
Feel the real sound wall on your skin!
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Requiem in D minor KV 626
Requiem KV 626 by W. A. Mozart is his last, unfinished work. Ordered by mysterious emissary with a letter from anonymous client. Mozart, seroiusly ill already, was delaying the realisation of the order, he was composing a music for “The Magic Flute” opera in the meantime. Work on Requiem was a race with inevitable death of the composer. Soon before his passing away he handed for the score to work on the most touching part “Lacrimosa dies illa”… He died coninced that he wrote Requiem for himself, although no music was played on his funeral.
Requiem d-moll is an extraordinary work, shrouded by legend in which even today it is hard to separate real events from the myth.