George
Tchitchinadze

one of the most beloved artists in Georgia and Poland

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Friday, 22 November 2019,

Inspired by Vienna

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Friday

22 November 2019

Inspired by Vienna

Inspired by Vienna

Conductor George Tchitchinadze

Polish Baltic Philharmonic Gdansk

Pietro de Maria Piano

Anton Webern- Six German Dances D.820 (ed. Schubert Dances)

W.A. Mozart- Pianoconcerto KV 466 in d minor

Interval

Johannes Brahms-Symphony No. 4 in e minor Opus 98

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Friday

13 December 2019

Music not only for heros

Music not only for heros

Conductor George Tchitchinadze

Polish Baltic Philharmonic Gdansk

Hornet Quartet-Gabriel Czopka, Michael Szczerba, Lukasz Lacny, Piotr Kowalski

Program:

F. Schubert-Intermezzo No.3 from Balletmusic Rosamunde D.797

Kerry Turner-Introduction and main even for 4 horns and orchestra

Interval

L. van Beethoven-Symphony No.3  Eroica opus 55

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Friday

24 January 2020

Twilight, night and dreams

Twilight, night and dreams

Conductor-George Tchitchinadze

Polish Baltic Philharmonic Gdansk

Soprano-Thora Einarsdottir

Program:

R.Wagner-symphonic Poem Siegfried`s Ydill WWV 103

F.Schubert-Three songs Night Dreams D.827 (ed. Max Reger), Trout D.550 (ed.Benjamin Britten), Gretchen am Spinnrade D.118 (ed. Max Reger)

Interval

R.Wagner-Siegfried’s Death and Funeral March from the opera Götterdämmerung

R.Strauss-Four last Songs for Soprano and Orchestra TrV 296

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Friday

28 February 2020

Program and absolute music

Program and absolute music

Conductor-George Tchitchinadze

Polish Baltic Orchestra Gdansk

Flute-Lukasz Dlugosz

Organ-Roman Perucki

Program:

C.P. E. Bach Symphony in D-major H.663

Piotr Moss-Concert for flute organ and orchestra (Première)

Interval

J. Haydn-Symphony in D-major No. 70 Hob.1:70

P. Tchaikovsky-Romeo& Juliette Overture and Fantasy in b-minor

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Friday

27 March 2020

Gdańsk premiere for five cellos

Gdańsk premiere for five cellos

Conductor-George Tchitchinadze

Polish Cello Quartet-Tomasz Daroch, Wojciech Fudala, Krzysztof Karpeta, Adam Krzeszowiec plus Tomasz Strahl

Program:

W.A. Mozart- Symphony No.9 in D major KV 73

Mikolaj Gorecki-Concert for 5 celli

Interval

Hector Berlioz-Symphony Fantastique in c-minor opus 14

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Thursday

23 April 2020

Gala of the Pomeranian Artistic Award New music from two sides of the ocean

Gala of the Pomeranian Artistic Award New music from two sides of the ocean

George Tchitchinadze-Conductor

Polish Baltic Orchestra Gdansk

Karolina Piątkowska-Nowicka-Violin

Mirosław Pachowicz – Bassoon

Program:

André Jolivet-Concert for bassoon, string orchestra, harp and piano

Samuel Barber-Violin Concerto Opus 14

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Thursday

28 May 2020

Classic Romanticism and Romantic Classicism

Classic Romanticism and Romantic Classicism

George Tchitchinadze-Conductor

Polish Baltic Orchestra Gdanks

Nelson Goerner-Piano

Program:

Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy-Overture Ruy Blas Opus 95

Camille Saint-Saëns-Pianoconcerto No. 4 in c minor Opus 44

Interval

Jozef Haydn-Symphony No.49 in f minor “La Passione”

Johannes Brahms-Variations on a theme by Haydn Opus 56A

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Friday

5 June 2020

The end of the 2019/2020 artistic season Inspired by Mickiewicz

The end of the 2019/2020 artistic season Inspired by Mickiewicz

George Tchitchinadze-Conductor

Polish Baltic Orchestra Gdansk

Ewa Marciniec – Alt
Aleksandra Orłowska – Soprano

Academic Choir of the University of Gdańsk under the direction of Marcin Tomczak

The choir of the Medical University of Gdańsk under the direction of Błażej Połom

Gustav Mahler-Symphony No. 2 in c-minor “Resurrection”

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Maestro Tchitchinadze is one of the most beloved artists in Georgia and Poland

He has won both public and critical acclaim thanks to his brilliant music skills coupled with personal charisma and his warm and sensitive way of communicating with musicians and audience.

George Tchitchinadze started his career as an opera conductor in 1998, when he conducted the Gala Concert at the International Opera Festival in Tbilisi, Georgia. Since the artistic season 2017/18, he holds a position of the chief conductor and artistic director of the Polish Baltic Philharmonic in Gdansk. He is also a professor at the Tbilisi State Conservatory and the head of the Opera Department. Tchichinadze has been successfully conducting several Polish orchestras, such as the Polish Sinfonia Iuventus Orchestra, Sinfonia Varsovia and the Wroclaw Philharmonic Orchestra, of which he is a regular guest. He toured Israel with the Tbilisi Opera and Ballet State Theatre, performing in Jerusalem, Quiriat Haim, Herzelia and Rishon LeZion. He also conducted the Lithuanian National Philharmonic Orchestra in Vilnius, the Lithuanian National Chamber Orchestra and the Azerbaijan State Symphony Orchestra, as well as the Syrian National Symphony Orchestra in Damascus. He conducted operas for the Tbilisi Opera and Ballet State Theatre, including performances of Verdi’s Aida, Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci and Mozart’s Don Giovanni. He also conducted Saint Christopher Chamber Orchestra at the International Music Festival “Alternative” in Vilnius, Lithuania. George Tchitchinadze was a Music Director of the International Music Festival in Saga, Japan, where he conducted the famous St. Petersburg Orchestra of the State Hermitage Museum.

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Dziennik Bałtycki: George Tchitchinadze – Emotions are one of the most important things in music [INTERVIEW]

16 March 2017 – Maja Korbut interviews George Tchitchinadze, conductor and a new artistic director of the Baltic Philharmonic. “This is probably not the most…

Dziennik Bałtycki: George Tchitchinadze – Emotions are one of the most important things in music [INTERVIEW]

16 March 2017 – Maja Korbut interviews George Tchitchinadze, conductor and a new artistic director of the Baltic Philharmonic.

“This is probably not the most surprising question, but I feel like asking it in the beginning: how do you feel in Gdańsk? You know already the city”

 

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GazetaPrawna.pl: George Tchitchinadze becomes a new artistic director of the Polish Baltic Philharmonic

14 March 2017 – A Georgian conductor George Tchitchinadze has been announced a new artistic director of the orchestra of the Polish Baltic Philharmonic in…

GazetaPrawna.pl: George Tchitchinadze becomes a new artistic director of the Polish Baltic Philharmonic

14 March 2017 – A Georgian conductor George Tchitchinadze has been announced a new artistic director of the orchestra of the Polish Baltic Philharmonic in Gdańsk, replacing a Dutch conductor Ernst van Tiel. The first concert performed with Tchitchinadze will take place on Friday.

 

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trojmiasto.pl: George Tchitchinadze has been announced a new artistic director of the Baltic Philharmonic

15 December 2016 – The change of the artistic director of the Polish Baltic Philharmonic Orchestra was supposed to take place during the summer break, however,…

trojmiasto.pl: George Tchitchinadze has been announced a new artistic director of the Baltic Philharmonic

15 December 2016 – The change of the artistic director of the Polish Baltic Philharmonic Orchestra was supposed to take place during the summer break, however, due to the lack of a successor, Ernst van Tiel has agreed to conduct the orchestra a bit longer. From March, there will be a new artistic director, a Georgian conductor George Tchitchinadze.

 

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wyborcza.pl: George Tchitchinadze – “Once I have asked musicians to not play with such perfection”

24 February 2015 – George Tchitchinadze is a real master of conducting. He is one of the most appreciated conductors of his generation, who performs…

wyborcza.pl: George Tchitchinadze – “Once I have asked musicians to not play with such perfection”

24 February 2015 – George Tchitchinadze is a real master of conducting. He is one of the most appreciated conductors of his generation, who performs all around the world with great success. He will perform in Gdańsk upcoming Friday, February 27th.

 

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