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photo Andrzej Georgiew
Galleryphoto Andrzej Georgiew
  • TV footage of Arvo Pärt’s concerts from 1998 at the Dominican Church in Poznań. The composed classicist interior has been enlivened by a scenographer with a simple installation made of vertically hanging ropes and mysteriously lighted by candles. Thus, a stage was created for  Bornus Consort featuring soloists Anna Mikołajczyk and Robert Lawaty conducted by Marcin Bornus-Szczyciński and  Młoda Filharmonia  conducted by Marcin Sempoliński. The musicians joined forces to perform such masterpieces of Pärt’s as Tabula Rasa, De Profundis and Miserere – the last one sounded particularly beautiful on this stage. At first the composer remains quite reserved, despite the extensive line-up: a clarinet solo, delicate strikes on the kettledrum, a quiet choir. Only in Dies Irae does it all explode and reveal the frailty of the world around us.


    1. De Profundis
    2. Miserere


    1. Silouans song
    2. Cantas in memoriam Benjamin Britten
    3. Festina Lente 
    4. Tabula Rasa