Repertoire

1  category – students first and second class of Secondary Music Schools

first stage – duration max 8 minutes

ancient italian aria
polish song

second stage – duration max 10 minutes

foreign song
any piece

third stage

one aria to choose from a list of arias to perform with the orchestra


2  category – students third and fourth class of Secondary Music Schools

first stage – duration max 10 minutes

baroque aria
polish song

second stage – duration max 12 minutes

classical piece
foreign romantic song

any piece

third stage

one aria to choose from a list of arias to perform with the orchestra


3  category – Bachelor degree students

first stage – duration max 15 minutes

baroque or classical opera aria
polish song
foreign song

second stage – duration 20 to 25 minutes

oratorio, cantata od mass aria
romantic opera aria
any piece or pieces

third stage

two arias to choose from a list of arias to perform with the orchestra


4  category – Master degree students

first stage – duration max 15 minutes

baroque or classical opera aria
polish song
foreign song

second stage – duration 25 to 30 minutes

oratorio, cantata od mass aria
romantic opera aria
any piece or pieces

third stage

two arias to choose from a list of arias to perform with the orchestra


The songs at various stages cannot be repeated.
In each stage works may be performed in the participants preferred order.
Arias must be performed in the original key. Songs may be transposed.
All pieces must to be performed in the original language. Performance of operetta arias in Polish is accepted.
Oratorio, cantata or mass arias are accepted to be performed by notes. Other pieces must be performed from memory.

Welcome are songs from Jan Kiepura’s repertoire:
Stanisław Moniuszko – Halka
Stanisław Moniuszko – Straszny dwór
Giacomo Meyerbeer – Les Huguenots
Giuseppe Verdi – Rigoletto
Giuseppe Verdi – Traviata
Giuseppe Verdi – Il trovatore
Charles Gounod – Faust
Georges Bizet – Carmen
Pietro Mascagni – Cavalleria rusticana
Giacomo Puccini – Manon Lescaut
Giacomo Puccini – La Boheme
Giacomo Puccini – Tosca
Giacomo Puccini – Gianni Schicchi
Giacomo Puccini – Turandot
Johann Strauss – Die Fledermaus
Franz Lehár – Die lustige Witwe
Emmerich Kálmán – Die Csárdásfürstin