Męskie granie #Toruń
- Mateusz Kubański - oboe
- Michal Tyrański - trumpet
- Mateusz Szwankowski - clarinet
- Krzysztof Blek - viola
- Dominik Gawarkiewicz - cello
- Dainius Pavilionis (Lithuania) - conductor
- Agata Zając - conductor-resident
- V. Bellini - Oboe concerto in E-flat major
- G. Torelli - Trumpet concerto in D major
- C.M. von Weber - Concertino for clarinet in E-flat major Op. 26
- J.N. Hummel - Fantasy for viola Op. 94
- A. Dvorak – Cello concerto in B minor Op. 104
The concert will be part of the "Conductor-resident" project.
The event will take place in accordance with current recommendations and guidelines. There will be no intermission.
Please read the rules and comply with the GUIDELINES FOR THE CONCERT PARTICIPANTS.
IN CONNECTION WITH THE ONGOING COVID-19 PANDEMIA and completing the statement to be given to
you by staff on the day of the concert.
Agata Zając started her musical path at the age of 7 as a violinist. In 2015 she began conducting studies with Marcin Sompolinski at Poznan Academy of Music and obtained a Bachelor's diploma in 2018. She currently pursues a Master's degree at the same university. Her professional career started in 2018 – she was involved in three premieres in Warsaw Chamber Opera as an assistant conductor. Since September 2018 she has been assisting to Greek conductor Michalis Economou, in his international projects. The last one was China New Year’s concert tour with Athens Philharmonia Orchestra in December 2019. During the last two years she took part in conducting competitions and auditions – among others, in Warsaw Philharmonic and Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra in Katowice. She has also been a student of Peter Eötvös, Gregory Vajda, Marin Alsop, Michalis Economou and Charles Olivieri-Munroe as an active participant at international masterclasses. Since the beginning of her conducting path she had the opportunity to conduct multiple orchestras like Malta Philharmonic Orchestra, Greek Radio Symphony Orchestra, Karlovy Vary Symphony Orchestra and Schumann Youth Orchestra.