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NYC: Recital by Magdalena Filipczak and Jessica Xylina Osborne - Inspired by Song and Dance

20 kwietnia, 2019

NYC: Recital by Magdalena Filipczak and Jessica Xylina Osborne - Inspired by Song and Dance

One of the most outstanding Polish violinists of her generation, Magdalena Filipczak, winner of numerous international competitions and awards, partners with one of most sough-after collaborative pianists, Jessica Xylina Osborne, in a recital "Inspired by Song and Dance".

INSPIRED by SONG & DANCE - A recital by Magdalena Filipczak, violin & Jessica Xylina Osborne, piano  

The program will include works by Bacewicz, Britten, Debussy, Karłowicz, Piazzolla, Previn, Ravel, Szymanowski and Wieniawski, some from Filipczak's "Essence of Violin" CD, praised by the STRAD Magazine as  "glittering...beguiling...captivating...hauntingly atmospheric", and her upcoming album.      

Wednesday, June 5, 2019, 7:30 p.m. 

The Kosciuszko Foundation, 15 E 65th Street, NYC     

Wine reception to follow the recital. Space is limited. 

Tickets: $15-$25





G. Bacewicz - Polish Caprice

B. Britten - Reveille (1937)

H. Wieniawski - Polonaise in D - major, Op. 4

A. Previn - Song from "Tango, Song and Dance"

A. Piazzolla - Bordel from the History of Tango

M. Ravel - Blues from Violin Sonata No. 2

K. Szymanowski - Peasant Dance from Harnasie


M. Karłowicz - Selected songs from Op. 1

C. Debussy - Violin Sonata

H. Wieniawski - Fantasia on themes from Faust Opera by Ch. Gounod, Op. 20

Kosciuszko Foundation

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Founded in 1925, the Kosciuszko Foundation promotes closer ties between Poland and the United States through educational, scientific and cultural exchanges. It awards up to $1 million annually in fellowships and grants to graduate students, scholars, scientists, professionals, and artists, and promotes Polish culture in America. The Foundation has awarded scholarships and provided a forum to Poles who have changed history.