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Capella Cracoviensis

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leeaf wrote a review Jun 2013
Henderson, NC43 contributions43 helpful votes
I enthusiastically suggest you attend a performance of the Capella Cravensis in the Franciscan Church located a block from the center square. Go down Grodska from the square and after a block turn right on Dominikanska, go a block and run into the church, go around the church to the right and you will find the entrance. Costs 5 zloty. Performances weekly on Wednesday at 11 a.m. This is NOT what you usually find at such a time and place. Ten or so highly skilled professional singers with about a 16 piece orchestra. They performed Hyden's Theresienmesse this week. A beautiful piece. The conductor is Jan Adamus, the conductor of the Krakow Symphony, who is obviously very accomplished and enjoyable to watch in such an intimate setting. The centerpiece of all this, for me, was one of their singers. All were outstanding, especially their premier bass, whose name I did not discover. His low notes seemed to eminate from the bottom of a rain barrel. But the soprano, Jolanta Kowalska, is simply incredible, one of the most magnificent singers I have ever heard in my life - at 11 a.m. in a small chapel of a church, for 5 zloty. Hurry, fast as you can and make arrangements to see this concert, you will enjoy it
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