“Music knows no borders, no language barriers;
it connects people of all countries and skin colors,
of all ages and levels of education”
Warsaw Chamber Philharmonic
The orchestra “Sinfonia Masovia – Warsaw Chamber Philharmonic” was founded in 2014 by Dariusz Mikulski – general – and artistic director. At first orchestra performed under the name Warschauer Kammerphilharmonie. The activity began with series of concerts in Poland – in Warsaw, Łódź and Poznań, as well as with the celebration of the 60th anniversary of the Ernst Reuter Hall in Berlin, Germany.
Why to cooperate with Sinfonia Masovia?
Opportunity to implement your own ideas and artistic visions
Prospects for professional development, gaining professional experience in a symphonic chamber orchestra with a broad repertoire - from baroque music to works of classical and romantic music to contemporary repertoire.
Collaboration with world-famous conductors and soloists
Artists with a high personal culture, extensive knowledge and a highly professional approach to the implementation of artistic work.
Interesting work on music-and art projects
Chamber music and symphonic concerts, opera, operetta, musical and cross-over projects.
Teilnahme an regelmäßigen Konzertreisen des Orchesters in Polen, Deutschland, Österreich, Schweiz, Frankreich, Italien und China.
"Sinfonia Masovia - Warsaw Chamber Philharmonic" is planning its musical activities from autumn 2021 in Warsaw's Praga Południe district, which has a rich musical tradition and is known for its great commitment to the development of Warsaw's cultural life. Gocław Culture Terminal with the new concert-hall will be one of the largest and best-designed institutions of its kind in Warsaw, aiming at music, artists and art encourage sharing of cultural activities with the residents of the neighborhood and encourage them to take an active part in the culture. Full of identification with this field of activity, as an orchestra we have applied for this type of program activity and hope to soon fill the interior of the culture terminal with the music of the outstanding composers and thus reach as broad an audience as possible. We are pleased that the Sinfonia Masovia will be part of the local cultural life of the Warsaw district of Praga Południe and that the orchestra has found suitable working conditions for regular rehearsals and top-class concerts in the new “Culture Terminal” concert hall.
We are also planning numerous concert tours outside of Poland, which of course depends on the pandemic situation and the associated restrictions in the implementation of cultural projects. We wish the building under construction - "Terminal Kultury Gocław" - a quick and successful completion of the technical inspection and hope to be able to take part in the inauguration ceremony.
Orchestral auditions are organized regularly. If you are interested, we ask for an application.
Where send the application
Please send your application to the email address firstname.lastname@example.org. The application should contain: CV, photo (s) and optionally a link to your music recordings (not necessarily with the audition program)
The notification is not unequivocal. After processing the documents you have sent, we will contact you to confirm your participation in the audition.
Track events, lean about activities
General- and Artistic Director of Sinfonia Masovia
Conductor and French horn player; General Manager and Artistic Director of the Warsaw Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra; General and Artistic Director of Sudecka Philharmonic Orchestra of Wałbrzych (2005-2010); Professor at the Music Academy of Łódz; General Manager of CONCORNO Kulturmanagement Berlin; guest conductor of the Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra in Bangkok; Conductor of the Opera House in Poznan (2006-2009); Conductor of the Opera House in Wroclaw (2009-2010); Artistc Director of Amber Youth Orchestra (AYO); Artistic Director of Vienna Royal Artist Orchestra, General & Artistic Director of Sinfonia Masovia – Warsaw Chamber Philharmonic; Professor, Conductor and Soloist by The World Brass Association.