The Warsaw Symphony Orchestra of Poland was founded in 1984.In the early days, Menuhin, a master violinist and conductor, gave full support to the symphony Orchestra and also served as the first guest conductor for the symphony Orchestra. It participated in well-known festivals around the world and collaborated with many outstanding conductors globally.
Krzysztof Penderecki was born in Derbyza, Poland, in 1933. As one of the greatest composers of that time, Penderecki has created nearly 100 pieces of musical works for hundreds of instrument. He began his commanding career in 1972 and has frequently cooperated with major orchestras around the world.
The world-renowned violinist Anne Sophie Mutter was called "the most outstanding genius since Menuhin" by the famous conductor Karajan. She has won the Grammy Award four times. At the this show, she will play the Second Violin Concerto by Penderecki.
The Second Violin Concerto by Penderecki and Dvorak's Symphony No. 7 in d minor will played in the concert.