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21 September, 8 pm
Franciscan Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Trakų g. 9/1, Vilnius

Gallant music from Vilnius and Lviv
Wojciech Dankowski (c.1760–c.1814) and Jan Piotr Habermann (before 1720–after 1762)

Conductor Andrzej Szadejko (Poland)

Duodeco (Lithuania), director Povilas Vanžodis
Augustė Andrijauskaitė, Justina Leinartaitė, Ūla Zemeckytė, Evita Rudžionytė, Povilas Vanžodis, Evaldas Alekna, Gabrielius Gaidamavičius, Vytautas Vepštas

Goldberg Baroque Ensemble (Poland), director Andrzej Szadejko
Radosław Kamieniarz, Mateusz Janus - violins, Anna Luiza Aleksandrow-Bertasch - viola, Bartosz Kokosza - cello, Michał Bylina - double bass, Leszek Wachnik - bassoon, Katarzyna Pilipiuk, Katarzyna Czubek - oboe, Bartosz Duchnowski, Alicja Rozwadowska - horns, Paweł Hulisz, Emil Miszk - trumpets, Paweł Szewczyk - timpani, Agnieszka Wesołowska - organ

The Goldberg Baroque Ensemble, based in Gdańsk and consisting of international musicians performing on accurate historical instruments, specialises in the Late Baroque and Early Classical repertoire of the Baltic region, every year bringing to light more hidden gems from this high-quality musical universe. The Ensemble’s work is reflected in large-scale projects and numerous audio and video recordings, including 14 award-nominated CD for the Dux, Sarton and MDG labels.
This programme features two composers – both of whom, coincidentally, are also appreciated violonists – who were active in the Polish-Lithuanian geographical space: Wojciech Dankowski (c.1760–c.1814), a monastery musician whose works were known in all the major Polish centres of the time; and Jan Piotr Habermann (before 1720–after 1762), who worked in the Jesuit musical school of Kraków. Through this programme, the Goldberg Ensemble offers us a snapshot of a musical world that is nowadays little-known, but one that in its time was a very popular sound within the walls of our churches and on stages.

Concert organizer: Conventual Friars Minor (Franciscan) Monastery
and Vilnius Center of Culture and Spirituality

* Here you can download the concert programme.

Free admission, donations desired for the fresco restoration in the church

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