Orpheus will collaborate for the first time with acclaimed Polish-Canadian pianist Jan Lisiecki at the 14th annual “Chopin and his Europe” International Music Festival at the Warsaw Philharmonic Concert Hall. 

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$25 Treat an Orpheus Musician to Lunch 

Help keep an Orpheus musician fueled for a major performance! 

$50 Rent a Sheet Music Part 

With your support, Orpheus can obtain the musical parts necessary for this performance. You’ll literally be putting the music on the stand! 

$100 Sponsor a Hotel Room in Warsaw 

Underwrite a night of hotel stay for an Orpheus musician.   

$250 Sponsor an NYC Rehearsal  

Watch Orpheus musicians in action as they put final touches on the program before leaving for Warsaw – you are welcome to attend! 

$500 Fly a Cello to Poland 

Did you know that when cellists and other performers of large instruments travel, they must purchase seats for the instruments? With your support, a cello can comfortably fly overseas next to its musician! 

$1,000 Send a Musician to Poland 

Sponsor the entire trip for a designated individual musician, who will personally thank you and keep you updated on the experience! 

 
Photo by Matt Dine

Jan Lisiecki, Piano

Photo by Holger Hage

Henryk Górecki 
Three Pieces in the Old Style    
Felix Mendelssohn
Piano Concerto No. 1 in G minor, Op. 25
Piano Concerto No. 2 in D minor, Op. 40
Symphony No. 4 in A Major, Op. 90 “Italian”

As part of the “Chopin and His Europe” International Music Festival, Orpheus joins forces with 22-year old Canadian pianist Jan Lisiecki for Mendelssohn’s story piano concertos. Lisiecki was brought to international attention in 2010, after the Fryderyk Chopin Institute issued a recording of Chopin’s piano concertos, performed live by Jan at age 13 and 14. BBC Music Magazine wrote of the “mature musicality” of his playing and commended the “sensitively distilled” insights of his Chopin interpretations; the release was awarded the Diapason Découverte. Confirming his status among the most imaginative and poetic pianists of his generation, Deutsche Grammophon signed an exclusive contract with Jan in 2011, when he was just 15 years old.