Two life-affirming violin concertos, each written during difficult periods of their composer’s lives,
come together in Phoenix by Janusz Wawrowski. Now available for pre-order!
In 1944, Ludomir Różycki buried the beginnings of a violin concerto before fleeing Warsaw for his
life. Today, this long-lost work is reborn.
“It was some years ago that I first encountered fragments of the manuscript of Ludomir Różycki’s
violin concerto,” the Polish violinist explains. “This wonderful work spoke to me immediately.”
With the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Grzegorz Nowak. Out March 12th!
The Beethoven year is slowly coming to an end…. And although due to the pandemic and various essential governmental restrictions at cultural institutions this event was postponed twice – we are so happy to share with you that finally Janusz completed an exciting live recording project!
Happiness captured right after the recording of the Sonata for 2 violins by M. Weinberg. A lovely recording session for an upcoming CD together with Linus Roth and his ”Dancla” Stradivarius, which took place at the Baden-Württemberg Music Academy (Landesakademie für die musizierende Jugend).