CONCERT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC – JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH

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Ladies and Gentlemen,
this Saturday, 20 June 2020 at 19:00, you will have an opportunity to listen to the amazing music by Johann Sebastian Bach during another concert open to the public organized by the Polish Royal Opera in the Royal Theatre in the Royal Łazienki Museum in Warsaw. The event will also be transmitted on the Internet.

Tickets for JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH / CHAMBER CONCERT. PASIECZNIK – GARSTKA are already available. Live broadcast will be available on the YouTube channel of the Polish Royal Opera.

The two Bach’s secular cantatas will be performed by our amazing, adored soloist – Olga Pasiecznik. She will be accompanied by the Period Instruments Ensemble of the Polish Royal Opera Capella Regia Polona under the baton of Krzysztof Garstka. The ensemble will also play the Ouverture g-moll, entered into the Bach Werke Verzeichnis catalogue under the number 1070. Some researchers doubt that the overture was written by Bach himself, and so believe that the author was the Master’s eldest son – Wilhelm Friedemann.

At the same time, we kindly inform you that because of the current pandemic special security measures have been introduced during the events organized by the Polish Royal Opera. Half of the seats in the auditorium will be empty and it will not be possible to buy tickets at the box office directly prior to the event. All guests are obliged to fill in and sign the Participant Declaration. Everyone in the Theatre will be obliged to wear masks covering face and nose, maintain hand hygiene, keep the distance, and in the auditorium – take seats shown by the staff.

We kindly encourage you to read the full text of the Regulations of Ticket Sale and Participation in Artistic Events Organized by the Polish Royal Opera.