The Royal Chamber Orchestra consists of some of Krakow’s most accomplished young musicians — many graduates of the city’s Academy of Music — so you can expect talented interpretations of each piece of music.
We were extremely glad we booked this. The four young musicians 2 males and 2 females were brilliant.
The setting in Krakow's smallest and, I believe oldest church, was perfect, albeit a bit hot when they closed the windows to keep the noise out, admittedly it was a very warm day, over 30C. The repertoire was from the most well known classical pieces plus some very famous film themes ie The Godfather etc.
The church is very old and right in the main square. The church itself was being renovated so the concert was in the chapel. Chapel of an already small church very small space. The music was wonderful. The ensemble played continuously and the small less than 20 audience appreciated it.
the only thing lacking in my opinion is the rapport. The musicians seemed a bit distant and on auto pilot not as engaged in the performance as is usually my experience. I cant blame them. it is work for them but they may want to warm up a bit to the audience. that said, I would attend again.
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