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Concert Tribute to Krenz
February 4, 2009 By P.M.    
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A special concert dedicated to the creative work of Polish conductor Jan Krenz is being held at Warsaw's Wielki Theater-National Opera Feb. 8.

The program features Mozart's Symphony in D Major No. 35 "Haffner" KV 385, which revisits the serenade style of the composer's earlier symphonies. Other works include three excerpts of Berlioz's The Damnation of Faust "Legende Dramatique" and Krenz's own Requiem for Baritone, Mixed Choir and Orchestra. Baritone Adam Kruszewski will the principal soloist.

Jan Krenz, born in 1926, is one of Poland's greatest conductors. He also composes. He has written the scores to several Andrzej Munk films, including Kolejarskie słowo (A Railwayman's World), Błękitny Krzyż (Men of Blue Cross), Niedzielny poranek (Sunday Morning), Eroica (Heroism) and Zezowate szczęście (Bad Luck), as well as Andrzej Wajda's Canal.

Feb. 8, 7 p.m., Wielki Theater-National Opera, 1 Teatralny Sq., tickets zl.15-120, www.teatrwielki.pl, www.ebilet.pl
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