On June 16th at FANGOR mansion in Powsin our School completed its experience with music in the school year 2017/20018.
This passing school year was abundant with musical events. Our teachers did two concerts and our students did five concerts all carried out at the beautiful Fangor mansion in the Botanic Garden of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Powsin. Its exceptional interior and excellent acoustics contributed to the fact that our students performed even better than during their regular rehearsals at School giving great joy to their teachers, parents and audience.
The Concert was opened by Pola Rossokhina who sung a song dedicated to her mother, and afterwards she performed Hummel’s “Light Song” on piano. Pola attends the piano class of Julia Leviuk.
We strive to have the best Grand Concert
The annual grand concert at Unisono Music School is a highly anticipated event that showcases the talent and hard work of our students. These concerts provide an opportunity for our students to perform their main pieces in front of an audience, and they are a testament to the dedication and passion of both the students and their teachers.
At Unisono Music School, we believe in the power of music to bring people together and to inspire creativity and self-expression. Our grand concerts are a reflection of this belief, and we strive to make them the best they can be. We work hard to create a professional and enjoyable experience for both the performers and the audience, and we are always looking for ways to improve and grow.
Our grand concerts are a celebration of the music and musicianship of our students, and we are proud to be able to share their talents with the community. We hope that you will join us at one of our upcoming grand concerts to experience the magic of music and to support the talented musicians of Unisono Music School.
Julia Leviuk’s piano class was represented by:
- Marcelina Lubowicka who performed David Blackwell’s miniature “Bump in the Night, and her sister Michasia Lubowicka who played Agnieszka Lasko’s “A Story of the Scale”;
- Basia Sobka played “Melody” by Agnieszka Lasko;
- Victor Poilpot performed piano version of the “Ode to Joy” by Ludvig van Beethoven;
- Robin Schwaegli did two pieces he prepared for his exam at ABRSM: 1)”Gypsy Song” by Bryan Kelly, and 2) “Asian Tiger” by Rob Hall;
- Jaś Piwoński presented the entire repertoire he prepared for his exam at the ABRSM, namely: Wolfgang Amadaeus Mozart “Romanza”, “Polish Song” by Ferdinand Hiller, and “Attitude” by Nicolas Scott-Buett;
- Madlein Hoijer played “Tiny Soldiers March” by Peter Tchaikovsky, and “German Dance” by Ludvig van Beethoven;
- Leon Gryurkovich performed “Waltz for Bad Weather” by Agnieszka Lasko;
Michał Kotas did two pieces: 1) Prelude “Jesus My Joy” by Krebs, and 2) “Alarm” by Bruno Bjelinsky.
Krzysztof Komarnicki class of guitar was represented by:
- brothers Karol and Gustaw
Zofia Zwolińska class of violin was represented by:
- Inez Chavrier who played a miniature from Russian violin school;
- Julia Jaworska did “Introduction” and “Polonaise” by Carl Boehm;
- Ella Bai presented Concerto in C Major by Dymitr Kabalevsky;
- Natalya Voloshyna played Fritz Kreissler “Prelude and Allegro a la Pugnani”.
Magda Lewandowska class of piano was represented by:
- Nathan Caniard who played “Sonatina in C Major” by Maurizio Clementi;
- Franek Grygorczuk did second part of “Sonatina” by Cornelius Gurlitt;
- Zosia Kowalska played “Sonatina” in G Major by Ludvig van Beethoven;
- Arseni Voloshyn played “Etude” by Carl Czerny;
- Ignaś Zaradkiewicz did “Musette” by Johann Sebastian Bach;
- Hania Głąb performed “Ragtime” and “Entertainer” by Scott Joplin;
- Marcin Sawicki played “Yesterday” a song composed by The Beatles;
- Hugo Łysakowski performed Jan Tiersen melody from the movie “Amelie”;
- Julia Siwicka played “River Flows in You” by Yirmy.
Finish of The Year
At the end of the Concert Zofia Zwolińska, Director of the School, handed diplomas with distinction to the pupils of our School who deserved it due to the fact that their work at home, during rehearsals at School and their numerous performances in concerts contributed a lot to their musical and artistic development.
Summing up the achievements of our School during the last school-year (2017-2018) Director Zwolińska exposed the fact that frequent playing and presenting musical material during concerts stimulates concentration and artistic development of the pupils of our School. Moreover, doing this our pupils get necessary “stage preparation” for their future carrier which cannot be achieved in standard school environment. Small faults which can happen even in “adult”playing, do not disturb the teaching process and can be identified and corrected. Performing during concerts with audience gives our students enormous satisfaction and mobilizes them for further work and development.
We wish you happy vacations and see you back at School (September the 3rd) at the beginning of the new School Year 2018 – 2019.
What Makes Annual Music School Grand Concert Special?
Annual Unisono Music Academy grand concerts can be special events for a variety of reasons. Here are a few potential factors that may make them particularly noteworthy.
Opportunity to showcase student progress. These concerts can be a chance for Unisono students to showcase their progress and the skills they have learned over the course of the year. This can be a great opportunity for students to feel proud of their accomplishments and for family and friends to see their hard work in action.
Performance by guest artists. Some of our annual music school grand concerts may feature guest artists or professional musicians, which can be a special treat for attendees. These performances can provide students with the opportunity to learn from and be inspired by experienced musicians.
A wide range of musical styles. These concerts may feature a diverse range of musical styles, allowing attendees to experience a variety of musical genres and traditions.
High-quality production values. Many music schools put a lot of effort into creating a professional and polished concert experience, including high-quality sound and lighting systems, professional stage design, and well-rehearsed performances.
A sense of community. Annual music school grand concerts are a great way for students, parents, and community members to come together and celebrate the achievements of the our music school students. These events can create a sense of community and shared pride in the music school and its accomplishments.