Polish Art Philharmonic & Maestro M. Maciaszczyk
The four most famous violin concertos from the pen of the Italian composer, who was also known as the "red priest", together form the cycle "The Four Seasons". The masterpiece was composed in 1725 for the orchestra of a girls' orphanage and is one of the most famous pieces in European music history.
Gentle winds, violent storms, birdsong and the dog guarding drunks - these are timeless images and sentiments that Antonio Vivaldi created, capturing the hearts of people for centuries. A form of musical and poetic representation as a challenge for every violinist and every orchestra.
With the maestro and soloist Michael Maciaszczyk from Vienna and the Polish Art Philharmonic Orchestra, you will experience a symbiosis of grandiose interplay and an individualized performance.