Venue details

Royal Castle in Warsaw , plac Zamkowy 4, 00-277 Warszawa, Poland

Full Production Cast & Crew

Cast & Crew


About the work

Archives TICKETS 30TH MOZART FESTIVAL 2. MOZART JUNIOR FESTIVAL PERFORMANCES OPERA ONLINE MASS MEDIA ABOUT US CONTACT Polish English 19 June Saturday Vivica Genaux & MACV June 19 @ 17:00 - 18:30 150 PLN - 200 PLN All Events + Google Calendar + Export iCal BUY A TICKET 30th Mozart Festival in Warsaw Royal Castle in Warsaw Vivica Genaux & MACV Soloists: Vivica Genaux - mezzo-soprano Musicians of the Early Instrument Ensemble of the Warsaw Chamber Opera Musicae Antiquae Collegium Varsoviense Moderator: Radosław Kamieniarz Concert program: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) Symphony in A major KV114 first movement IV Allegro molto Johann Adolph Hasse (1699-1783) Come nave in mezzo all'onde from the opera Viriate Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Symphony in A major KV114 first movement Allegro moderato Johann Adolph Hasse Fra quest'ombre from the opera Solimano Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Symphony in G major KV110 first movement II. Andante Johann Adolph Hasse Di quell'acciaro il lampo from the opera Solimano Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Symphony in F major KV112 first movement I. Allegro Johann Adolph Hasse Per questo dolce amplesso from the opera Artaserse Lieto gioisci, o core,… Nocchier che teme assorto from the opera Cajo Fabrizio Since Vivica Genaux's professional debut as Isabella in Rossini's Italian in Algiers, audiences and critics around the world have raved about her dynamic voice and intelligent mezzo-soprano artistry. Her acclaimed position moved Vivica from her native Alaska to the most prestigious theaters and concert halls in the world, including New York's Metropolitan Opera, London's Barbican, Prague's Rudolfinum and the Wiener Staatsoper. Vivica's recent appearances that deserve special recognition include her participation in Il Divino Sassone Concert during the Bayreuth Baroque Opera Festival; the premiere of her solo project Vivica & Viardot and participation in Gender Stories with countertenor Lawrence Zazzo; and her debuts in the title role in Irena Hassa and as Trasimede in Merope by Riccardo Broschi. Vivica actively works to popularize Hass's music, and her efforts have been appreciated by Johann Adolf Hasse-Stiftung by granting her the Hasse-Preis 2019 award. teaching activities that are highly appreciated. Vivica continues to expand its discography with more respected recordings. In 2021, it plans to perform in Spain, France, Switzerland, Lithuania, Poland and China. The artist's plans also include the title role in Vivaldi's opera pasticcio Argippo and the premiere performance of two new concertos, Capriccio: temi e variazioni and The Court of Dresden .