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All who loves romanticism are invited for the symphonic concert on the occasion of The Pomeranian Artistic Prize. VIVAT ROMANTICISM! Listen to wonderful masterpieces of Skoryk, Musorgski, Tchaikovsky and Chopin on Thursday, April the 24th of 7:00 pm. We guarantee a great final of the evening! Only on the Ołowianka Island.

Pomeranian Arts Prize is the highest award of the Pomorskie Self-Government and it is adressed to the artistic community. It honours the most significant events that took place in the year before her presentation. This year, once again, the Marshal of Pomorskie Mieczyslaw Struk will present the statue of a griffin in the Polish Baltic Philharmonic. The finale of the evening will be a great show VIVAT ROMANTICISM! During the concert we will hear the most outstanding pieces of classical music. The Symphonic Orchestra and excellent soloists will be conduct by Maestro Ernst van Tiel.

This evening we will hear a beautiful Melody written by Skoryk and Variations on a Rococo Theme by Tchaikovsky, masterpiece which using languages of instruments in very impressive way. In seven variations Tchaikovsky creates poetic pictures of Waltz (3rd variation) and Minuet (6th variation).

The Night on Bald Mountain by Mussorgsky is the best described by the composer: "Tthe noise of supernatural voices. Show up infernal spirits, then Lucifer himself. Glorification the Black God and making black mass. Witches' Sabbath. The climax of the Sabbath come away village, church bells are ringing, dissipate the spirits of darkness". Only at the very end of the dawn is slowly dawning. After this very intriguing and restless composition we will hear restless and difficult to perform masterpiece Piano Concerto in E minor. It has exhibiting inserted dynamic melody and the right lightness. Created by master piano and patron of Polish Baltic Philharmonic - Frederic Chopin, the composition will be the perfect culmination of the evening.