Eastern Europe Express at Hunterian Museum, Glasgow (The Scotsman review)

Published on Saturday 10 June 2017 Written by Ken Walton The Scottish Ensemble’s Eastern Europe Express programme in the Hunterian Museum included, appropriately, a couple of museum pieces – rare examples from Poland’s 20th century musical awakening. This explorative concert, directed by Polish violinist Bartosz Woroch, centred almost completely on Polish music (including some familiar Chopin… Read more »

Work & Play with Bartosz Woroch

Violinist Bartosz Woroch is a very fitting guest leader for our final tour of the 2016-17 season, a programme of Eastern European music. It’s not just because he’s Polish, but because he studied in Poland (the Paderewski Academy of Music in Poznan, as well as Berlin University of The Arts and the Guildhall School of… Read more »

A Guide To… Eastern Europe Express

  The great thing about putting on a concert of music from Eastern Europe is that even the unfamiliar jumble of grouped consonants and accents makes it feel intriguing and exotic. This is, unfortunately, exactly what can also make it difficult to put on a programme of music from Eastern Europe. This is not the place… Read more »