The festival, which is named after Prince Władysław Lubomirski, is an important event of the musical life in Poland. It is dedicated to a well-known patron of culture who helped Rubinstein, Szymanowski, Karłowicz, Szeluto, Ruzicki, and Fitelberg to create their art. In 2019 the Lubomirski FESTIVAL will take place in six European cities from October 17 to 30.
On October 27 and 28 a Polish-Ukrainian orchestra will present two interesting programs of classical music which will include pieces of P. Chaikovsky, H. Wieniawski, H. Pachulski and M. Karłowicz.
The Lviv series of festival concerts will be concluded with the October 29 event with the participation of the Academic Symphony Orchestra of the Lviv National Philharmonic, Galician Academic Chamber Choir, and soloists (Khrystyna Makar (soprano), Tetiana Vakhnovska (mezzo-soprano), Nazar Tatsyshyn (tenor), Viktor Iankovskyi (baritone)), conducted by Volodymyr Syvokhip. They will perform Z. Stojowski’s “The Prayer for Poland”, S. Lyudkevych’s “The Testament”, and K. Szymanowski’s “Stabat Mater”.