Saturday 7.11. 7.00 PM
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Arte dei Suonatori
Marcin Świątkiewicz – harpsichord
- Aureliusz Goliński – violin
- Ewa Golińska – violin
- Natalia Reichert – alt
- Maciej Łukaszuk – cello
- Anna Bator – kontrabas
Johann Gottlieb Janitsch (1708-1762) - Harpsichord Concerto F major
Allegro ma non troppo, Adagio un poco Andante, Allegro
Johann Gottlieb Goldberg (1727-1756) - Harpsichord Concerto D minor DürG 16
Allegro, Largo, Allegro di molto
Arte dei Suonatori
The most recognizable Polish ensemble on the international music scene, performing the music of past eras in a historically informed manner. After years of joint and individual experience, the musicians' artistic search focuses on a constant exploration of the core of the musical language of composers of past eras, which, combined with historical instruments, has led to the creation of a style that is both historical, modern and thoroughly individual. The vast repertoire of this ensemble exceeds 700 compositions, representing a wide-range of styles and forms from the 17th and 18th century as well as the contemporary era.
Over 25 years in operation Arte dei Suonatori have recorded and released 17 albums produced by renowned record companies (including BIS Records, Alpha, Channel Classics), distinguished by international music critics with awards such as Gramophone Award (Recording of the Year: Concerto in 2003 for Vivaldi’s Violin Concerti “La Stravaganza”), Diapason d’Or (Müthel’s The Five Keyboard Concertos), Diapason 5 and Choc du Monde de la Musique (repeatedly), Luister 10, 10 de Répertoire, Classics Today, Classic CD, Tokkata-Alte Musik aktuell: “CD des Monats” (repeatedly), Monthly Choice and Editor’s Choice of the BBC Music Magazine, Classic FM Magazine awards, Prelude Classical Music Awards 2009 (The Best Orchestral CD for Handel’s 12 Concerti grossi op. 6), Télérama ffff.
The group is very busy giving concerts in Poland, Europe as well as the United States and China. Arte dei Suonatori has also made numerous recordings for many radio stations, including the BBC, Danmarks Radio (DR), SWR, Polish Radio Programme II and television recordings for the French station Mezzo, as well as TVP3, TVP Kultura, TVP1.
Marcin Świątkiewicz performs on different types of harpsichords, clavichords, fortepianos and organs, and dedicates much time and attention to improvisation. As a soloist, conductor and ensemble member he regularly collaborates with such leading ensembles as Brecon Baroque, the Arte dei Suonatori, Capella Cracoviensis and Aukso. He has recorded for such labels as BIS, Channel Classics, Accent, Alpha, Decca, Linn Records, and DUX, as well as for radio and television broadcasters throughout Europe. 2015 saw the release of his album featuring harpsichord concertos by Johann Gottfried Müthel (awarded a Diapason d’Or), and 2017 – the multi- award-winning solo harpsichord CD Cromatica. His recording of Biber’s Rosary Sonatas with Rachel Podger, David Miller and Jonathan Manson won the Gramophone Award. In 2018 Marcin recorded JS Bach concertos for Channel Classics and in 2020 Goldberg Variations for Rubicon. The artist is a winner of the ‘Polityka’ weekly’s Passport Award for 2015. He teaches harpsichord and partimento-based improvisation at the Academy of Music in Katowice. www.marcinswiatkiewicz.com