Concerts with Wieniawski's music in Globalworth offices - Warsaw, Gdańsk, Kraków and Wrocław

by   CIJ News iDesk III
2022-09-05   11:53

Globalworth, investor and manager of office buildings in Poland, and Julian Cochran Foundation, invite you to a series of recitals with music by Henryk Wieniawski. In September, the interiors of selected office buildings will be filled with the sounds of the most beautiful works of the Polish virtuoso. The concerts will take place in Warsaw, Gdańsk, Kraków and Wrocław. Outstanding soloists will play to the accompaniment of a piano by the flagship brand Bösendorfer.

As part of this extraordinary musical initiative, a series of 40-minute concerts will take place. Young soloists, Judyta Kluza-Sporniak and Robert Łaguniak, participants of the International H. Wieniawski and at the same time scholarship holders of the "Bridge to the Future - Young Artist Support Fund" program run by the Globalworth Foundation.

A musical atmosphere not only for music lovers:
The inauguration of the "Wieniawski on Tour" project will begin this Thursday, September 8, at 17.00, in the lobby of the Warsaw Trade Tower office building, with a recital by Robert Łaguniak. Free entrance.

The next concerts will take place in Wrocław (Judyta Kluza, September 15, at 4.30 p.m. in the Retro Office House lobby), Kraków (Judyta Kluza, September 20, at 5 p.m. in Podium Park) and in Gdańsk (Robert Łaguniak, September 28, at 16.30 at Tryton Business House). The artists will have the pleasure to play all the concerts with the Bösendorfer flagship piano, which is the oldest manufacture of this instrument in the world. The Viennese company is also a strategic partner of the "Wieniawski on Tour" recitals.

"Wieniawski on Tour is another musical event for which our office buildings will be the stage. It is a great opportunity for our tenants and visitors to our buildings to listen to live beautiful music created by an outstanding violinist in excellent arrangements. The series of afternoon concerts fits in perfectly with the extensive program of events offered to the Globalworth tenant community. Our latest project refers to the cycle of piano concerts "Chopin for a good evening", which we organized last autumn in our office buildings. Recitals by participants of the Chopin Competition were very popular. I am convinced that the September performances of the participants of the International Violin Competition H. Wieniawski and scholarship holders of the Globalworth Foundation's "Bridge to the Future" program will meet with the interest of the audience," said Paweł Słupski, Marketing & Communications Director at Globalworth Poland

International Violin Competition H. Wieniawski is the oldest and one of the most prestigious violin competitions in the world. Young soloists Judyta Kluza-Sporniak and Robert Łaguniak, who will perform in front of the public in office buildings, who have been awarded many times all over the world, are scholarship holders of the "Bridge to the Future - Young Artist Support Fund". This program is organized by the Julian Cochran Foundation and the Globalworth Foundation. It should be noted that so far, scholarships worth a total of 30,000 euros have been funded by the Globalworth Foundation and have supported 15 scholarship holders in the challenges related to their artistic development. As a result, the Globalworth Foundation covered, inter alia, costs of tuition fees for studies, music workshops or participation in Polish and international competitions.

Robert Łaguniak (born 1997), violinist, doctoral student at the G. and K. Bacewicz in Łódź. The youngest Polish participant of the 15th International Violin Competition. Henryk Wieniawski in Poznań. Honored with a special award from the chairman of the jury - Maxim Vengerov. He is the laureate of over 130 awards at international and national violin competitions.

Judyta Kluza-Sporniak (born 1996) - violinist, graduate of the FCUM in Warsaw, student of the Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel. Her wonderful game and moving interpretations have been appreciated at many national and international competitions - she is a laureate of, among others 1st place at the Bach Solo Competition in Poznań. In 2021, she was the only Pole to qualify for the quarter-finals of the prestigious ARD competition in Munich.