Win tickets for “Chopin’s Warsaw Piano” event
PIANO CONCERTO IN F MINOR ON THE HISTORICAL BUCHHOLTZ PIANO
Unique event evoking the first performance of piano concerto in F minor by the young Chopin which took place on 17 March 1830 in the then National Theatre. The special atmosphere is guaranteed thanks to the first presentation of the copy of the famous Buchholtz commissioned by Fryderyk Chopin Institute in Warsaw.
– Screening of a film documenting the making of the copy of the Buchholz piano
– Karol Kurpiński Fugue et Coda in B flat major (on the theme of the Polish national anthem ‘Poland
Is Not Yet Lost’)
– Karol Kurpiński The Battle of Mozhaysk (‘Grand symphony depicting a battle’)
– Fryderyk Chopin Piano Concerto in F minor Op. 21
Grand Theatre – Polish National Opera, 1 Plac Teatralny
Learn more about the event from this website.
Thanks to the Fryderyk Chopin Institute (NIFC) we invite you to participate in the contest in which you can win a double invitation to the “Chopin’s Warsaw Piano” event.
For a chance to win send us your answer to the following question:
What person (historical lub ficticious) would you invite to listen to this concert and why?
We will choose and award the most interesting answer. The winner will collect the ticket from the NIFC staff in the Grand Theatre National Opera house prior the event.
Please send your answer to the email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Use “Chopin’s Warsaw Piano Contest” in the title of the email.
Please read the Rules of the Contest: REGULAMIN
We are waiting for your answers until 15 March until 23:59.