Zbigniew Graca

Zbigniew Graca (born April 21, 1953) is a Polish conductor.

Graca took violin lessons at the music school in Ełk and later in Bialystok and performed in concerts and on the radio during this time. He then studied violin with Tadeusz Wroński and conducting with Stanisław Wisłocki at the Warsaw Academy of Music and completed his training as a conductor with Franco Ferrara in Siena and Rafael Kubelík in Lucerne. He won first prizes at the conducting competitions in Copenhagen, Katowice and Vienna.

From 1975 to 1980, Graca was conductor of the Warsaw Radio Orchestra, then concertmaster and conductor of the Aachen Symphony Orchestra. From 1985 to 1988 he was chief conductor of the Royal Opera in Copenhagen, and in the 1989/90 season he was artistic director of the Wroclaw State Opera. From 1992 to 1995 he was a guest conductor at the

Poznan Opera from 1992 to 1995 and has been conductor at the Warsaw Chamber Opera since 1989.

Graca co-founded the annual Mozart Festival in Warsaw in 1991. He performs regularly in Scandinavia, Germany, Spain, France, Italy, Lithuania and Latvia, Japan and the United States, since 1985 in Israel and since 1998 in Ankara. He has been working with the Latvian National Opera since 1999.

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