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    The Mozartiana International Mozart Festival in Gdańsk

    For the eighteenth time in the last full week of August, Gdańsk will turn into the Salzburg of the North!

    Vivat Mozartiana! Experience Gdańsk’s Mozartiana Festival, an enchanting fusion of classical masterpieces, open-air operas, chamber concerts, and jazz interpretations.

    Experience the enchanting transformation of Gdańsk into northern Salzburg starting August 20th. The International Mozart Festival “Mozartiana” is a stylish celebration of Mozart’s music, offering a unique blend of grand instrumental-vocal compositions, open-air opera productions, chamber concerts, and contemporary jazz interpretations.

    Mozartiana, a unique event in Poland, presents Mozart’s creations amidst the backdrop of Vienna’s classic era, captivating audiences of all ages and musical preferences. Set against the picturesque Oliwa Park, Artus Court, and Oliwa Cathedral, the festival’s diverse program showcases renowned artists and groups, ensuring a world-class musical experience.

    From August 20th to 22nd, immerse in intimate chamber concerts featuring cellist Marcin Zdunik, Riverbero Quartet, Chopin University Accordion Trio, and Glass Duo at Artus Court. The festival kicks off on August 23rd with the Polish Chamber Philharmonic conducted by Wojciech Rajski, followed by a vibrant performance by the Polish Army Artistic Ensemble led by Marcin Ślązak. Don’t miss the extraordinary open-air production of “The Clemency of Titus” on August 24th at Oliwa Park, starring international soloists and the Baltic Philharmonic conducted by Massimiliano Caldi. Jazz renditions of Mozart’s themes await on August 25th with the Tomasz Chyła Quintet.

    Mozart for Children on August 24th and 25th ensures the youngest attendees are not forgotten. As twilight descends on August 25th, enjoy the symphonic resonance of the Lwów National Philharmonic and Janusz Strobel’s jazz-infused Mozart.

    The festival concludes on August 26th at the Oliwa Cathedral with Mozart’s grand Mass in C minor, performed by exceptional soloists Lucy Crowe, Valentina Coladonato, Aleksander Kunach, Leszek Skrla, and the Polish Chamber Choir under Jan Łukaszewski’s direction.

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