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Polish musicians at Cairo Opera House

On Friday 28 September, clarinetist and pianist from Poland will perform at the Cairo Opera House

Ahram Online, Monday 24 Sep 2012
Szymon Klima and Radosław Kurek (photo courtesy Embassy of the Republic of Poland, Cairo)
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Two Polish musicians, Szymon Klima on clarinet and Radoslaw Kurek on piano, will perform works by Brahms, von Weber, Saint-Saens along with works by other composers, at the Small Hall of the Cairo Opera House.

The detailed programme of the recital is as follows:

* Johannes Brahms Sonata No.2 in E-flat major Op. 120

* Carl Maria von Weber - Introduction, Theme and Variations - Clarinet and Piano

* Darius Milhaud - Scaramouche

* Camille Saint-Saëns: Clarinet Sonata in Eb, Op.167

* Szczepan Tesarowicz: Eine kleine Zauberflute musik

* Sergei Vasilenko: Eastern dance for clarinet and piano

* Garson Michael: Jazz Variations



Friday 28 September at 8pm

Cairo Opera House Small Hall


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