Reviews

ADMIRABLE CIERRE DEL 42° ABRIL CULTURAL SALTEÑO
El maestro Zoltowski, sobrio, sencillo, de parca gestualidad, pero de clara elegancia, condujo con orgullo la música de su tierra, desconocida en nuestros lares y la orquesta local, con entrega y energía (según dice el maestro) respondió muy bien. Para destacar, solo cuatro ensayos, lo cual habla muy bien de director y dirigidos.
Salta 21
Dvorak, Rimski-Korsakov
The evening began with a spectacular performance of the "Carnival" Overture by Antonin Dvorak. This not so popular piece, with truly superb moments, sounded under Maciej Zoltowski’s baton as a compact, multi-colored, expressive musical story. Zoltowski […] led the performance with calm, consistency, precision, musicality, with a sense of the orchestra, flair and nerve, if not exceedingly exhibited, easy to feel during the entire concert. […] After the break, Maciej Zoltowski, in a manner both vivid and at ease, led the suite from Rimsky-Korsakov’s opera The Golden Cockerel, […]. It was nicely played, exposing rich inventory of moods, danceable (if necessary), with indeed spectacular fragments, when a theme has been passed between oboe, flute and clarinet, picked up by the violas, cellos, violins, contrasted by brass instruments and horns, amplified by percussion. It was as if Zoltowski wanted to show that the Golden Cockerel was conceived by Rimsky-Korsakov not only as a colourful fairy tale, but as a fierce political satire, full of bold touches.
Kurier Szczecinski
Zoltowski - Sibelius - Yucatán
Zoltowski worked with instrumentalists of OSY showing great excellence, offering a clear and enjoyable reading [of the Sibelius Symphony]. Hopefully we get to see again Maestro Zoltowski in future programs.
Por Esto!
Zoltowski - Schumann - Yucatán
The Polish maestro showed his broad knowledge and full understanding of the work [Schumann’s 4th Symphony] giving an emotional and grandiose reading of one of the most important symphonies of European Romanticism from the middle of XIX century. The enthusiastic ovation for maestro Zoltowski and OSY put an end to this sixth show of the season.
Por Esto!
Plock Symphony at the Cathedral
“Beethoven [Symphony No.3] performed by Plock Symphony was galvanizing from the first to the last note. Conductor Maciej Zoltowski and the whole ensemble ravished by glamorous, selective sound as well as by suggestiveness, passion and richness of interpretative invention. […] Even the connoisseurs acquainted with many Beethovenian rarities will agree that this performance was an exceptional adventure.”
Sygnaly Plockie
Zoltowski and Panufnik
“This is something to be proud of – excellent Polish contemporary music in equally excellent performance! […] Maciej Zoltowski is a highly talented conductor approaching every piece with great responsibility and accuracy. In his conducting art there is no trace of humbug or extravagance, but there are precise suggestions for performers; gestures, though economical in expression, are exact and balanced, thought over and purposeful. One can notice a deep understanding for Panufnik’s music, which interpretation is not an easy task. Maciej Zoltowski led the ensemble with experience, performing Panufnik’s works readably and with conviction. [...]”
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Radio

Penderecki: Serenade for String Orchestra
Penderecki: Sinfonietta No. 2
Penderecki: Sinfonietta for Strings
Penderecki: Concerto per viola (violoncello) ed archi, percussione e celesta
Bacewicz: Sinfonietta for String Orchestra
Bacewicz: Concerto for String Orchestra
Bacewicz: Quintet for Piano and Strings no 1


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