Hiszpańska Noc

“Hiszpańska Noc – Koncert Karnawałowy”

. . .  “A Night in Spain – Carnival Concert”

1/17/2015 ~~ Concert: 7:30 to 10 pm

Doors: 6:30 pm ~~ Ages: 7 & up

Copernicus Center Tickets

 TICKETS  $38, $48, $58 – Available Wed., 12/17 at 2:05 pm

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 Galowy Koncert Karnawałowy PaSO

Sobota, 17 stycznia 2015, 7:30 PM

Karnawałowa podrόż muzyczna do świata corridy, Carmen i Don Kichota. W programie muzyka hiszpańska: od oryginalnych rytmόw flamenco po przeboje sal koncertowych (m. in. Bolero Ravela i Concierto de Aranjuez na gitarę i orkiestrę),

fragmenty oper i musicali (Carmen, Człowiek z La Manchy) oraz słynne tematy filmowe (The Mask of Zorro).

Wieczόr tętniący gorącymi rytmami flamenco, bolero, fandango i pawany

Ponad 100 wykonawcόw:
Paderewski Symphony Orchestra and Chorus
Soliści opery i baletu, tancerze, Teatr TańcaWICI
Gwiazda wieczoru: Jose Serrano
– solista baletu klasycznego, mistrz tańcόw latyno-amerykańskich

Bilety już od $38.
Informacja i bilety: copernicuscenter.org, pasochicago.org, bilety.com
Paderewski Symphony Orchestra – Biuro: 5844 N. Milwaukee Ave. #201 – Tel. 773 467 9000
Ksiegarnie, Polamer

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“Bilet pod Choinkę” 

Event Producer: PASO

 

—  English  —

A splendid variety show of music, singing and dancing – from Flamenco to pop and classical, excerpts and arias from opera (Carmen), and musical (Man of La Mancha), Spain-inspired concert repertory (a.o. Bolero by Ravel and Concierto de Aranjuez for guitar and orchestra by J. Rodrigo), the greatest movie scores (The mask of Zorro) and much, much more!

  • Over 100 performers!
    Brilliant singers, dazzling dancers, astonishing choreographies, colorful scenography, original Spanish costumes.
    Paderewski Symphony Orchestra and Chorus
    Opera and ballet soloists, dancers, theater TańcaWICI
    The star of the evening: Jose Serrano – Classical ballet soloist, a master of Latin-American dance

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Tickets start from $38
Information and Tickets: copernicuscenter.org, pasochicago.org
Paderewski Symphony Orchestra office: 5844 N. Milwaukee Ave. #201 – Tel. 773 467 9000

About the Paderewski Symphony Orchestra

The Polish-American Symphony Orchestra (PASO) debuted at the auditorium of the Washington Public Library in October 1997 with a concert featuring Polish and American music (Moniuszko, Copland) and was received with great enthusiasm by a multi-ethnic public.

In 1999 the orchestra was named after one of the greatest artists who served both the Polish and American nations: Ignacy Jan Paderewski – a pianist, composer, diplomat, and the first Prime Minister of a reborn Poland. Thanks to the support of the Polish-American and American communities, the organization has grown from a small chamber ensemble to a large cultural organization with permanent staff, over 40 volunteers, its own Choir and an Academy of Music for children and youth. PaSO has organized events involving over 300 artists, and performances in Chicago’s most illustrious concert halls – including the Orchestra Hall at Symphony Center, the Rosemont Theatre, Harris Theatre and Millennium Park.

The audience it reaches has grown from barely 400 in 1996, to over 14,000 in its record 2009-2010 season. During these years the orchestra performed 198 symphony and chamber music concerts for over 170,000 listeners. Its average season consists of six programs featuring different kinds of music: from chamber to big symphony orchestra and opera, early to contemporary pieces, Polish, American and World music.

In 2010 PaSO become the Orchestra in residence at the Copernicus Center. Thanks to partnership with the Copernicus Foundation, PaSO presented a number of complex, multimedia projects (i.e. Pan Tadeusz, Vienna Night, Carnival in Venice, Dancing Chopin) and developed new forms: Theatre of Song and Family Festival “A Sunday in a World of Art”.  The orchestra plays an important part in many community events: “The Magic of Christmas” Festival, Taste of Polonia Festival, Majόwka and others.

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