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Concert version

13.02 19:00

Jakub Józef Orliński

Juliusz Slowacki Theatre , Plac Świętego Ducha 1

Kup bilet
Concert version

Józef Jakub Orliński - countertenor
Michał Biel - piano


1. G.F. Handel: "Voi che udite" - (Ottone) from Agrippina
2. G.M. Orlandini: "Che m'ami ti prega" - (Nerone) from Nerone
3. G. Bononcini: "Infelice mia costanza" - (Aminta) from La Costanza non gradita
4. L.A. Predieri: "Dovian quest’occhi piangere" - (Scipione) from Scipione i Giovane
5. G.F. Handel - "Spera che tra le care" (aria Muzio) z Muzio Scevola”
6. G.F. Handel: "Pena tiranna (Dardano)" from Amadigi di Gaula

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7. K. Szymanowski (1882 - 1937)
- Lecioły zórazie
- Wysła burzycka
- Uwoz mamo
- U jeziorecka

8. T. Baird (1928 - 1981)
„Four Love Sonnets”
- Spójrz co tu ciche serce wypisało
- Drwię, mając ciebie, z całej ludzkiej pychy
- Słodka miłości
- Jakże podobna zimie jest rozłąka

 9. Paweł Łukaszewski (1968)
From „Three songs”, words by Maria Pawlikowska-Jasnorzewska
- Jesień

10. F.B. Conti: "Odio, vendetta, amor" - (Fernando) from Don Chisciotte


Jakub Józef Orliński is a model artist of our times, characterised by his youth, charisma, naturalness, spontaneity in contacts with the audience and the voice of exceptional beauty, which the wide audience discovered thanks to the recording of the Aix-en-Provence Festival, which was uploaded to a well-known social networking site, where it broke some popularity records. What is more, his dancing skills can only be compared to his virtuosity as a singer. Often, in the name of purity and stylistic cohesion, we take away our right to be surprised, to hear something completely different in seemingly well-known music due to changing its context. Meanwhile, similarly to Patrcia Petibon’s recital at the Opera Rara Festival, the Polish singer juxtaposes two musical areas which are usually considered to be totally separate – arias from Baroque operas and Polish songs. Seemingly, they have nothing in common – epoch, style, language and so on... What binds them together? You will be able to discover this during the concert in Krakow thanks to Jakub Józef Orliński and his bold repertoire choices.