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Album PHOENIX is listed on the Long List 3/2021 in category: Concertos. Fingers crossed!
Janusz Wawrowski’s PHOENIX album has been nominated for the prestigious OPUS KLASSIK award 2021 in two categories:
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Polish virtuoso Janusz Wawrowski’s new arrangement of Ludomir Różycki’s Violin Concerto reveals a far more optimistic work than its wartime origins suggest, writes Harry White