Embracing Boryeko’s own Polish heritage, the programme opens with Szymanowski’s Veni Creator, and also includes Bartók’s Piano Concerto No. 3, the opening movement (“Die Vorstellung des Chaos”) from Haydn’s The Creation and Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring.
Andrey Boreyko’s long and distinguished relationship with the orchestra dates back to 2007. As Music and Artistic Director of the orchestra, he will conduct not only in their subscription series in Warsaw, but he will also participate in all the main Polish Festivals. He recently appeared with the orchestra at the Chopin and his Europe, and is due to perform at the Warsaw Autumn International Festival of Contemporary Music, the Ludwig van Beethoven Easter Festival, as well as across Japan on tour.
Alongside his other position as Music Director of Artis—Naples in Florida, Boreyko appears regularly across the globe as a popular guest conductor with major orchestras. His recent highlights include performing at the Blossom Festival with Cleveland Symphony Orchestra.
This season, his engagements include Seoul Philharmonic, NAC Ottawa, the State Academic Orchestra of Russia (with whom he also tours across Germany, The Netherlands, and Austria), Orquesta Sinfonica da Galicia, Prague Symphony, Salzburg Mozarteum, RSB Berlin, Dresden Philharmonie, and the Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg.