New Baroque Music Concert

New Baroque Music Concert

The Polish Cultural Center presents Ada Witczyk and Wyatt Smith in a baroque music concert featuring authentic baroque violin and French double keyboard harpsichord.

This one-hour recital includes the following violin compositions played by Ada Witczyk with a harpsichord accompaniment by Wyatt Smith:

  • Erik Valdemar Sköld (b. 1991) – ‘The Spectre’ for baroque violin & harpsichord (4’)
  • J.S. Bach (1685-1750) – Sonata for violin and Harpsichord No. 4 in c minor BWV 1017 (20’)
  • Oscar Tysoe (b.1994) – ‘Ostinato in 7’ for baroque violin & harpsichord (5’)
  • Alex Petshaft (b.1998) – ‘This last night of nights’ (5’)
  • Samuel Howley (b.1962) – ‘Yellow’ for baroque violin & harpsichord (6’)
  • Massimo De Lillo (b.1974) – ‘Tra i colori del cielo’ (Among the colors of the sky) for baroque violin & harpsichord (4’)

Ada Witczyk, based in London, is an accomplished violinist who has become a champion of contemporary music for baroque violin. Her career as a baroque violinist has taken her across her home countries of Poland and the United Kingdom, where she has performed at prestigious venues and festivals including Buckingham Palace, Royal Festival Hall, Barbican, and the Royal Opera House. She has also received numerous awards and honorable mentions for her exceptional talent.

Joining Ada will be Wyatt Smith, an American concert organist, who has been praised for his nuanced and polished performances. Wyatt has performed extensively throughout the United States and Europe, including in Germany, France, and England, and has been featured on ten episodes of American Public Media’s Pipedreams.

Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to experience the beautiful sounds of baroque music, played by some of the most talented musicians in the world. Get your tickets now for this unforgettable concert on June 27th at 8pm at the Polish Home Association.

Tickets at $15 are available at EventBrite here.

More: Ada’s website, interview with Ada

by RK


Starts On

June 27, 2023 - 8:00 pm

Ends On

9:30 pm



Event Tags

Music, Women


Polish Cultural Center

1714 18th Ave
United States