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Classical music concert of guitar virtuoso Łukasz Kuropaczewski

18 marca, 2008

De Lamar Mansion – Salon of Arts & Ideas, Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in New York cordially invites you to attend the classical music concert of guitar virtuoso Łukasz Kuropaczewski, Tuesday, March 25, 2008 at 7.30 pm. De Lamar Mansion – the residence of the Consulate General of Poland 233 Madison Ave. at 37th Street.

PROGRAM:

W. Lutoslawski
National Polish Folk Songs (excerpts)
A. Tansman
Suite in Modo Polonico:
- Entree
- Kujawiak
- Polonaise
- Kolysanka
- Alla Polacca
- Reverie
- Oberek

Intermission
B. Britten
Nocturnal after John Dowland Op. 70
M. Giuliani
Rossiniana No. 3



Łukasz Kuropaczewski
was born in Poland, in 1981. He started playing the guitar at the age of 10. Since 1992 his musical education was conducted by Professor Piotr Zaleski from Poland. In 2003 Lukasz entered the prestigious Peabody Conservatory of Music at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD, USA, where he is still studying under the tutelage of the world famous musician – Maestro Manuel Barrueco.

Mr. Kuropaczewski has toured extensively in Europe, USA, Canada, South America and Japan. He has appeared in music centers in Poland, Czech Republic, Bellaruss, Germany, France, Spain, Hungary, Canary Islands, Iceland, Greece, England, Japan, Panama, Canada and the USA. He has performed as a soloist in such halls and festivals as: National Philharmony Hall, National Polish Radio Hall in Warsaw, Poland; Royal Festival Hall in London, England; Carnegie Hall in New York, Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Cactus Pear Music Festival in San Antonio, TX, USA; Manuel Barrueco Masterclass in Baltimore, USA; Nurtingen Guitar Festival in Nurtingen, Germany; Gitarren Konzerte Ansbach in Ansbach, Germany; International Guitar Festival in Tychy, Poland to name only a few.

As a chamber musician he has performed with many Polish Orchestras, which include the National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra. He performed the famous
“Concierto de Aranjuez with this orchestra conducted by British conductor Mark Fitz-Gerald on a special “Last Night of the Proms” concert in Kraków, Poland. He has also performed Vivaldi Concerti and Boccherini Quintets with many string quartets. He has collaborated with musicians from Poland, Los Angeles Symphony Orchestra, Cleveland Orchestra and San Antonio Symphony Orchestra. Łukasz also maintains an active duo partnership with the Baltimore Symphony concertmaster Igor Yuzefovich.

Mr. Kuropaczewski has recorded five CDs. “Łukasz Kuropaczewski - Recital”, “Kuropaczewski plays Spanish Music”, “Concierto de Aranjuez”, “Łukasz Kuropaczewski: Portrait”. All have received great reviews from around the world. His fifth CD “Polish Music“ is curently being released.

In addition to his busy concert schedule he is also an active teacher. He gives master classes worldwide and assists Maestro Barrueco at the Peabody Conservatory, where he teaches guitar lessons and the repertorie class.

In 2007 Łukasz was scheduled to give many recitals in Poland, Germany, Spain, Canada, USA as well as at the prestigious Carnegie Hall in New York (2.11.) and at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Netherlands (17.11.). Łukasz Kuropaczewski plays Boguslaw Teryks guitars.

His CDs: “Łukasz Kuropaczewski Plays Spanish Music”, “Łukasz Kuropaczewski - Portrait”, “Łukasz Kuropaczewski Guitar Recital” are availible for purchase on the following websites: www.amazon.com, www.kirkpatrickguitar.com

De Lamar Mansion – the residence of the Consulate General of Poland 233 Madison Ave. at 37th Street.
The event is BY INVITATIONS ONLY, all attendees must RSVP to secure admittance. RSVP by Friday, March 21 at 646-237-2112, 646-237-2114, rsvp@polishconsulateny.org.


De Lamar Mansion Salon of Arts & Ideas was inaugurated in October 2006 with the centennial celebrations of this Beaux-Arts period masterpiece of residential architecture in Manhattan.