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Forgotten Moniuszko opera revived at Warsaw festival

21.08.2019 16:15
The 15th Chopin and His Europe international classical music festival is in full swing in Warsaw.
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The annual event showcases Chopin’s music in a broad European context. It also promotes other Polish composers whose music is deemed as deserving a wider exposure.

Among the festival’s key themes this year is the father of Polish national opera, Stanisław Moniuszko, who was born 200 years ago.

Held under the motto “From Chopin to Moniuszko,” this year’s event features two of Moniuszko’s operas, The Haunted Manor and The Raftsman.

The latter opera has been rediscovered for the festival by Italian conductor Fabio Biondi, who last year made waves with audiences in Warsaw with an Italian-language version of Moniuszko's Halka.