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Great Concertmasters


December 1, 2013 at 7 p.m.


30 PLN (normal) / 15 PLN (students & seniors) available for purchase at and at TRAFO Trafostacja Sztuki in Szczecin from 5.30 p.m. on the concert day, subject to availability., via phone: 91 424 04 64 ext. 21 or half an hour before the concert at TRAFO Trafostacja Sztuki in Szczecin.  

Daniel Stabrawa – the principal concertmaster of Berlin Philharmonic, will lead Baltic Neopolis Orchestra during “Great Concertmasters” series concert. Also, our special guest, Maria Stabrawa will play the violin along with her father from a rich repertoire of Shostakovich, Stravinsky, Bach and Vivaldi. We can enjoy the concert in TRAFO Trafostacja Sztuki in Szczecin.

Daniel Stabrawa was born in 1955, in Krakow, Poland. He began playing the violin at the age of seven and studied playing the violin at the Music Academy in Krakow, with Zbigniew Szlezer (1922-2011). Stabrawa first came to international attention as the winner of several prestigious violin competitions. (Niccolo Paganini Competition in Genua). In 1979 he became a concertmaster of the Polish Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra in Krakow. In November 1983 he joined the first violins of the Berlin Philharmonic. In 1985 he founded the internationally renowned Philharmonia Quartet Berlin together with three colleagues from the Berlin Philharmonic. In 1986 he became one of three principal concertmasters of the Berlin Phillharmonic as the successor of Michael Schwalbe under the conductor Herbert von Karajan. From 1986 to 2000 he taught at the Orchestra Academy of the Berlin Philharmonic. Since 1994 acts also as a conductor (Capella Bydgostiensis, working with internationally renowned artists as Nigel Kennedy and Albrecht Mayer). His daughter Maria Stabrawa is also an international violinist. Together with her and several other string musicians in 2008 he founded the Stabrawa Ensemble Berlin. Daniel Stabrawa plays the Stradivarius violin.



Daniel Stabrawa (concertmaster)

Baltic Neopolis Orchestra


Dmitri Shostakovich – Two Pieces For String Octet op. 11

Prelude in d minor 

Scherzo in g minor

Igor Stravinsky – Apollo and the Muses 

George Philipp Telemann – Concerto for three violin in F major TWF 53

Daniel Stabrawa (I violin), Filip Lipski (II violin), Maria Stabrawa (III violin)

Antonio Vivaldi – Concerto for two violin in d minor RV 514

Daniel Stabrawa (I violin), Maria Stabrawa (II violin)

Johann Sebastian Bach – Concerto for three violin in D major BWV 1064

Daniel Stabrawa (I violin), Filip Lipski (II violin), Maria Stabrawa (III violin)



Producer: Baltic Neopolis Orchestra Association

Honorary Patronage: President of the City of Szczecin

Concert co-funded by: City of Szczecin, West Pomerania

Sponsors: Zakład Budowlany Siemaszko

Partners: TRAFO Trafostacja Sztuki, Szczecin Academy of Art, 13 Muz, Kadruk Printing House, Szczecin Incubator for Culture,, Echo Szczecina, Radisson Blu, Fitness World, Onomatopeja Music Agency


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