Директор: Mr. Peter Laskowski WROCLAW – the capital of Silesia Wroclaw is one of the oldest and most beautiful cities in Poland. There are hundreds of sights and places worth visiting here. The most important monument is the Gothic Town Hall on the Market Square. A special experience is the Panorama of Raclawice – one of the largest circular paintings in the world. The Coronation Mass in C major (KV 317) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, was most probably composed for the Easter service of 1779 at the Salzburg Cathedral. Immediately after his death this church composition, which was probably Mozart’s most popular, became the preferred mass setting for services at imperial and royal coronations as well as at thanksgiving services. The festive symphonic elements and the clear separation of solo and choir voices are typical of this mass. Through its musical expressiveness it surpasses all other Salzburg masses. Conditions of participation: groups of at least 10 persons own choral scores (published by Breitkopf & Härtel) of Coronation Mass (W. A. Mozart) You can order it here some rough knowledge of the piece (e.g. having worked through it yourself or indeed having performed it on a previous occasion) commitment to attend all the rehearsals throughout the project phase Schedule of the workshop: 16 May 2024 afternoon - arrival evening - first joint meeting and rehearsal 17 May 2024 morning - rehearsal with piano and soloists evening - rehearsal with orchestra and soloists 18 May 2024 morning - final rehearsal evening - concert 19 May 2024 morning - departure There will be plenty of time between rehearsals for leisure activities and for talking with other project participants. Participation fee: Prices for the accommodation start from 299 Euro. Inclusions: participation in four rehearsals participation in the concert with Mozart’s Coronation Mass in Wroclaw accommodation with breakfast at a hotel by requested category discount price of 50% for the group leader / our contact person at least 20 persons Deadline of applications: 15.12.2023 However, we recommend booking as early as possible, as the number of participants is limited.