Her musicality is exceptional and based upon solid scholarship paired with fine instinct. I would rate her at the very top five percentile of her profession.
Marzena Diakun pays it justice, we hold our breath, and we test the acoustics of the newly renovated auditorium… A long applause from the audience, and from the orchestra for the young assistant director. Marzena Diakun: remember the name!
The wonder of performances awarded by public ovation.
A beautiful Polish woman, the hope of the world’s orchestral conducting.
One of the world’s best conductors of the young generation: Marzena Diakun.
Her sophistication, intelligence and musicality present in all her performances, made her a winner.
A superb interpretation, not attributed to the musical director ‘Mikko Franck’, not present for personal reasons, but due to his assistant director, the Polish conductor Marzena Diakun.
The CD Polish Heroines of Music is nominated to Fryderyk 2022 Prize. The award ceremony takes place in the 22nd of April 2022.
In March 2022 Marzena Diakun had her debut in the Elbphilharmonie with Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg, among other works Bohuslav Martinu 3rd Symphony.
From September 2021 Marzena Diakun starts her position as the Artistic Director and Principal Chief Conductor with Orquesta de la Comunidad de Madrid (ORCAM).
A. Dvorak Othello op. 93
M. Bruch Violin concerto No. 1 g minor
S. Rachmaninov Symphonic Dances op. 45
Lucas Ljubas - violin
Zagreb Radio Symphony Orchestra
P. Dukas L’Apprenti sorcier
M. Ravel Sheherazade
Amina Edris - soprano
Polish Heroines of Music
Bartłomiej Duś - saxophone soprano
Magdalena Duś - piano
Misja Fitzgerald Michel - electric guitar
Marzena Diakun - conductor
Elżbieta Sikora Sonosphere V. Wanda Landowska.
Hanna Kulenty Aisthetikos
Grażyna Bacewicz Contradizione
Agata Zubel In the Shade of an Unshed Tear
Anaklasis: ANA 014