60 Concerts in 20 Countries on 5 Continents
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Data publikacji / 2022-11-03

This is what the 16th International Henryk Wieniawski Violin Competition Laureates’ Concert Tour looks like.

It consists of 30 concerts in Poland and 30 held abroad. The interest in the finalists of the Competition makes the list continuously expand. In Europe, the winner of the Competition performs with orchestras in Germany, France, the Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Croatia, Slovakia, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. He/She also performs in Asia, both Americas, and Africa. He/She performs at such illustrious concert halls in Europe and in the world, as the Salle Gaveau in Paris, the National Concert Hall in Taipei, the Seoul Art Center, the Muziekgebouw Eindhoven, as well as The Liszt Academy in Budapest. 

‘We are very happy that collaboration with SONORA agency lets us open a new chapter in the history of Henryk Wieniawski International Violin Competition. The laureates’ tour program is very impressive. We hope that the concerts will mark the beginning of our winners’ great careers in music,’ says Karolina Kaźmierczak, Director of 16th Henryk Wieniawski International Violin Competition.

‘It’s an honour for us to work with one of the greatest violin competitions in the world. We’re happy we can contribute to the Wieniawski Competition having an even wider reach than before, and as native inhabitants of Poznań we are all the more pleased to collaborate with the Wieniawski Team!’ added Stanisław Suchora from the SONORA agency which coordinates the tour. 

While planning the tour ecological considerations were taken into account. The Polish concerts were planned in such a way as to cover the shortest distance realistically possible. The concerts abroad have been grouped so that we can limit the number of flights, or make travel by train possible.

‘Coordination of the tour of the 3 winners, which lasts more than a year, is a true puzzle and a challenge for our agency. Simultaneously, we find the prospect of working with the young participants a great source of inspiration. Such a scale of the venture is only possible thanks to our partners. Excellent institutions from Poland and abroad decided to contribute to this event. Together, we hope the tour will be an award that brings a lot of joy both to the winners of the Competition, and to the audiences,’ says Mikołaj Bylka-Kanecki of SONORA agency.

The concerts are non-statutory prizes of the 16th International Henryk Wieniawski Violin Competition.

Stanisław Suchora (SONORA), Hina Maeda (1st Prize), Meruert Karmenova (2nd Prize), Qingzhu Weng (3rd Prize) © Fresh Frame / Wieniawski Society
Stanisław Suchora (SONORA), Hina Maeda (1st Prize), Meruert Karmenova (2nd Prize), Qingzhu Weng (3rd Prize) © Fresh Frame / Wieniawski Society


TOUR PROGRAMME

Hina Maeda (Japan), First Prize Winner:

28 Oct. 2022 – Katowice – Concert with Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra in Katowice
18 Nov. 2022 – Szczecin – Concert with Mieczysław Karłowicz Philharmonic Orchestra in Szczecin
19 Nov. 2022 – Zielona Góra – Concert with Zielona Góra Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra
20 Nov. 2022 – Poznań – Concert with Amadeus Chamber Orchestra of the Polish Radio
25 Nov. 2022 – Wrocław – Concert with NFM Wrocław Philharmonic 
26 Nov. 2022 – Bielsko Biała – Concert with NFM Wrocław Philharmonic at the Cavatina Hall
2 Dec. 2022 – Kraków – Concert with Karol Szymanowski Philharmonic Orchestra in Krakow
3 Dec. 2022 – Kraków – Concert with Karol Szymanowski Philharmonic Orchestra in Krakow
4 Dec. 2022 – Gdańsk – Recital at the Polish Baltic Philharmonic Orchestra
9 Dec. 2022 – Bydgoszcz – Concert with Pomeranian Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra
10 Feb. 2023 – Konstanz – Concert with Südwestdeutsche Philharmonie Konstanz Orchestra
12 Feb. 2023 – Konstanz – Concert with Südwestdeutsche Philharmonie Konstanz Orchestra
14 Feb. 2023 – Konstanz – Concert with Südwestdeutsche Philharmonie Konstanz Orchestra

19 Feb. – 4 Mar. 2023 – Asian tour, part 1, incl. concert with orchestra at the National Concert Hall in Taipei, and recitals

26 Mar. 2023 – Paris – Concert with Orchestre Colonne at the Salle Gaveau
1 Apr. 2023 – Warsaw – recital at Ludwig van Beethoven Easter Festival
15 Apr. 2023 – Mexico City – Concert with Orquesta Filarmónica de la Ciudad de México
16 Apr. 2023 – Mexico City – Concert with Orquesta Filarmónica de la Ciudad de México
20 Apr. 2023 – Panama City – Concert with Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de Panamá
28 Apr. 2023 – Bogotá – Concert with Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de Colombia
3-5 May 2023 – Bogotá – recital series
14 May 2023 – Saõ Paulo – recital at Fundação Maria Luisa e Oscar Americano series
21 May 2023 – Łańcut – recital at Music Festival in Łańcut
15 June 2023 – Teplice – Concert with North Czech Philharmonic Orchestra Teplice
16 June 2023 – Szczawno-Zdrój – Concert with North Czech Philharmonic Orchestra Teplice at International Henryk Wieniawski Festival in Szczawno-Zdrój
17 June 2023 – Brandenburg region – Concert with North Czech Philharmonic Orchestra Teplice at Brandenburgische Sommerkonzerte

29 Aug.–9 Sept. 2023 – Asian tour, part 2, incl. concert with orchestra at the Seoul Art Center, and recitals

1 Oct. 2023 – Cairo – Concert with Cairo Symphony Orchestra
4 Oct. 2023 – Lille – Concert with Orchestre National de Lille
5 Oct. 2023 – Lille – Concert with Orchestre National de Lille
6 Oct. 2023 – Lille – Concert with Orchestre National de Lille
12 Oct. 2023 – Nancy – Concert with Orchestre de Opéra National de Lorraine
13 Oct. 2023 – Nancy – Concert with Orchestre de Opéra National de Lorraine
22 Oct. 2023 – Eindhoven – recital at the Muziekgebouw Eindhoven
24 Oct. 2023 – Budapest – recital at the Liszt Academy

29 Oct. 2023 – Sofia – Concert with Sofia Philharmonic
3 Nov. 2023 – Podgorica – Concert with Montenegrin Orchestra
10 Nov 2023 – Zagreb – Concert with Zagreb Philharmonic 
16 Nov. 2023 – Ljubljana – Concert with RTV Slovenija Symphony Orchestra
20 Nov. 2023 – Maribor – recital in the Narodni dom Maribor
2 Dec. 2023 – Liepāja – Concert with Liepāja Symphony Orchestra
9 Dec. 2023 – Vilnius – Concert with Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra
15 Dec. 2023 – Pärnu – Concert with Pärnu City Orchestra
16 Dec. 2023 – Viimsi – recital at the Viimsi Artium

Meruert Karmenova (Kazakhstan), Second Prize Winner:

23 Oct. 2022 – Warsaw – Concert with Poznań Philharmonic Orchestra
28. Oct. 2022 – Katowice – Concert with Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra
18 Nov. 2022 – Rzeszów – Concert with Artur Malawski Podkarpacka Philharmonic in Rzeszów
25 Nov. 2022 – Wrocław – Concert with NFM Wrocław Philharmonic 
27 Nov. 2022 – Opole – Concert with Opole Philharmonic Orchestra
2 Dec. 2022 – Kraków – Concert with Karol Szymanowski Philharmonic Orchestra in Krakow
3 Dec. 2022 – Kraków – Concert with Karol Szymanowski Philharmonic Orchestra in Krakow
9 Dec. 2022 – Łódź – Concert with Arthur Rubinstein Philharmonic Orchestra
3 Feb. 2023 – Białystok – Concert with Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic Orchestra
19 May 2023 – Gdańsk – Concert with Polish Baltic Philharmonic Orchestra at Gdańsk Music Festival
21 May 2023 – Bielsko Biała – recital at the Cavatina Hall
26 May2023 – Kielce – Concert with Świętokrzyska Philharmonic Orchestra

Qingzhu Weng (China), Third Prize Winner:

25 Nov. 2022 – Opole – Concert with Opole Philharmonic Orchestra
27 Nov. 2022 – Warsaw – recital at the Nowa Miodowa Concert Hall
30 Nov. 2022 – Piła – recital at the Regional Culture Centre in Piła
2 Dec. 2022 – Bielsko Biała – recital at the Cavatina Hall
16 Dec. 2022 – Gdańsk – Concert with Polish Baltic Philharmonic Orchestra

Hina Maeda (Japan), Laureate of the Prize of the Polish Radio for the best performance of Wieniawski’s Caprice:

20 Nov. 2022 – Poznań – Concert with Amadeus Chamber Orchestra of the Polish Radio

 

Concerts are part of official tour of winners of 16th International Henryk Wieniawski Violin Competition, organised by Henryk Wieniawski Society in collaboration with National Institute of Music and Dance, and funded by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland.