Antoni Wit is one of Poland’s most highly regarded conductors with a bold commitment to Polish music ranging from Lutosławski, Szymanowski, Karłowicz and Penderecki to Górecki and Kilar. His distinguished conducting career has featured artistic leadership of the key orchestras in Poland, as well as extensive guest-conducting in Europe, America and Asia. A prolific recording artist, he has made over 200 recordings for EMI, Sony and Naxos, receiving EMI Record of the Year, a Diapason d’Or, Midem Classique, 7 Grammy nominations and a Grammy Award. Antoni Wit works with the Berlin Philharmoniker, Dresden Staatskapelle, Accademia di Santa Cecilia Rome, St Petersburg Philharmonic, Orchestre symphonique de Montréal, China Philharmonic, Cleveland Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic and the BBC Symphony Orchestra. He was awarded the French Légion d’Honneur in 2015.
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Antoni Wit returns to the Lisinski Hall in Zagreb to conduct Bruckner’s Symphony No 6 with the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra on 16th of February. The concert will also include Mozart Symphony No 38 in D major “Prague” and will be held in memory of the renowned Croatian conductor Lovro von Matačić.
Antoni Wit returns to Japan to lead the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra on 19th of December at Suntory Hall. The concert features Krzysztof Penderecki’s Symphony No 2 “Christmas” and Wojciech Kilar’s Prelude & Christmas Carol bridged by the Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No.2 in C minor with the International Chopin Piano Competition prize-winner Kyohei Sorita as […]
This month marks the release of Antoni Wit’s new recording on Naxos of late works by Krzysztof Penderecki with the Norrköping Symphony Orchestra . This new recording is a continuation of a series of releases of the Polish composer’s orchestral works recorded by Antoni Wit to high critical acclaim. For more details see HERE and […]
Antoni Wit returns to Kusatsu International Summer Music Academy & Festival in its 43rd edition this year themed: Prague and Vienna Two Musical Cities―Mozart, Brahms and Dvořák. Mo Wit will conduct symphonic concerts with the Gunma Symphony Orchestra on August 13th and 16th in the programme featuring Brahms Academic Overture and Dvorak’s Symphony No 7. On […]