The 17th MOZARTIANA International Festival will be held from 21 to 27 August 2022. For years Mozartiana has hosted many celebrated Polish and international artists. This year will also feature delightful concerts at Artus CourtOliwski Park and Oliwsa Cathedral. Following three chamber concerts at Artus Court (21 – 23 August) performed by such artists as clarinettist Matthias Höfele, soloist and concertmaster of the Deutsche Oper Berlin, and violinist Tomasz Tomaszewski, the founder of the Polish String Quartet Berlin, the Opening Concert with the AMADEUS Polish Radio Chamber Orchestra conducted by Agnieszka Duczmal, will take place on 24 August. The same evening we invite you to a concert by Nando Citarella and his band.

On 25 August, we invite you to the Opera in the Park for a production titled Night Music, directed by Jerzy Bielunas and performed by celebrated Polish and international singers, and the Polish Baltic Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Massimiliano Caldi. 25 and 26 August will feature Opera To Make Your Head Spin, a theatre production for children directed by Magdalena Małecka-Wippich, with music by Mozart and Maciej Malecki. Cezary Paciorek and his band and Leszek Możdżer will take us on evening trips of Mozart’s themes in jazz arrangements (25 and 28 August). 

On 26 August, Sinfonia Varsovia and its concertmaster, celebrated violinist Jakub Haufa, will perform a symphonic concert.

The Festival will conclude with its Final Concert. This 27 August, the walls of Oliwa Cathedral will reverberate with the sound of the music of the Salzburg Master performed by peerless soloists: Roberta Mameli (soprano), James Laing (countertenor), Emilio Pons (tenor), Wojciech Gierlach (bass), Akademie für Alte Musik,  and the Festival organiser, the Polish Chamber Choir, all conducted by Jan Łukaszewski, the director and originator of the Gdańsk Mozartiana Festival. 

The Mozartiana International Festival is unique for many reasons. Over four days, the composer’s music will be performed in the natural interiors and open-air park spaces from the times of the Classical period.


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Mozartiana was inaugurated in Mozart Year 2006. The Festival reaches a wide audience with its diversity. It features not only classical performances of symphonic and chamber pieces and opera music concerts but also jazz, ethnic and folk music concerts inspired by Mozart’s oeuvre.

The dates of the Festival coincide with the summer high season, and it is an excellent proposition for the Polish and international tourists who flock to Gdańsk. Today, Mozartiana brings together over 20,000 spectators attracted by its extraordinary views: artistic illumination of the Park’s historical greenery, actors dressed in period clothing walking about and the Dancing Fountain show. 

 Another important component of the Festival is children’s events that stimulate kids’ imaginations and teach them to listen to classical music.