June 18 @his parish church in Nakło nad Notecią, playing Bach, Beethoven and Chopin for the audience whom he feels closest in his heart, ten years after winning the 2005 Chopin Competition.
"It's an oasis of peace. - Nakło is always such a place, where I return, I love the tranquility, being with family, with friends, I think it is very important when preparing for the next artistic challenges for the next concert." (Rafal Blechacz)
The audience included Father Jan Andrzejczak, the priest who recognized his talent when he was a child, and his school teachers.
June 20 @ Queen of Martyrs Basilica, Bydgoszcz
He served these churches as an organist for a long time.
For the past ten years he traveled one million kilometers for over 500 concerts in Europe, America and Asia.
Other pics and news of these concerts ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ interview (audio)
☆ Blechacz's thanks to audience
TVP broadcast -- Aug. 8, 9, 13.
Another interview (audio)
In late May and earlier in June, Blechacz toured with Amsterdam Sinfonietta, playing Mozart Piano Concerto in A major K.488.
May 30 Muziekgebouw, Amsterdam pic
May 31 Tivoli Vredenburg, Utrecht pic
June 2 Zollverein, Essen review pic
June 3 Wurzburg Residenz, Wurzb review review
June 4 Victoria Hall, Geneve review
June 6 Petr Bezruc Cultural Centre, Czech review video news Polish Government
Listen to the performance at Victoria Hall from Radio 4 of the Netherlands,
available until the end of August.
Web Radio broadcast of performance at Wurzburg, July 22 18:05 (Germany local time)
Rehearsal with Sinfonietta
On May 6, he played Brahms' Piano Concerto No.1 with Orchestre Philharmonique de Rotterdam, conducted by Yannick Nézet-Séguin
There were some pic and review.
His recital in NY, Oct. 2014 to be made available on WMHT, August 9 18:00 (USET), 24:00 (CET),
he toured in North America with the same program.
Bach: Italian Concerto;
Beethoven: Sonata in C minor, Pathetique;
Chopin: Nocturne in E Major Op. 62, Three Waltzes Op. 64, Three Mazurkas Op. 56, and Polonaise in F-sharp minor Op. 44;
(added on Aug. 3)