October 13th 2024
Warsaw, The National Philharmonic

Concert starts


Anime Symphony

Anime Symphony is a unique combination of music and animation from Japan. Excellent orchestra and amazing vocalists will take audience on a sentimental journey through Japanese animations.

Anime Symphony draws inspiration from the rich heritage of anime music. We want to pay tribute to the creators and composers who gave emotional power to many unforgetable scenes from fan favourite titles. New and exclusive orchestral arrangements, as well as their live performance, will emphasize the unique sound and beauty of iconic melodies.

The National Philharmonic in Warsaw

The National Philharmonic in Warsaw is one of the most important Polish institutions - it is a symbol of our culture and musical tradition. Its prestige extends far beyond the country's borders, attracting not only local audiences but also music enthusiasts from around the world.

Known for its rich history, the National Philharmonic has hosted the greatest talents and witnessed countless musical masterpieces. The building of the Philharmonic, then known as the Warsaw Philharmonic, was built in 1900-1901, and the inaugural concert took place on November 5, 1901. The orchestra was conducted by Emil Młynarski, and the soloists were Wiktor Grąbczewski (bass) and Ignacy Jan Paderewski, a world-renowned pianist, composer, and future statesman. The Warsaw Philharmonic hosted the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Chopin Piano Competitions (1927, 1932, 1937), the 1st Henryk Wieniawski International Violin Competition (1935), the 1st Universal Festival of Polish Art (1937), and (partially) the 17th Festival of the International Society for Contemporary Music (1939).

World War II interrupted the activities of the Philharmonic: its building was destroyed by German air raids, and almost half of the orchestra members lost their lives. The ensemble was reconstituted after the war in the 1947/48 season. The reconstruction of the building, in a completely different style, was completed in 1955. On February 21, on the occasion of the inauguration of the season in the new headquarters, the Warsaw Philharmonic was honored with the title of the National Philharmonic.

The National Philharmonic is a representative institution of musical life in Poland. It is a place for people who want to engage with art at the highest level, as well as a meeting place for personalities of the international cultural, social, and political elite. There is no other place on the map of Poland that is so strongly associated with classical music as the National Philharmonic in Warsaw.



We created truly exceptional repertoire for you! During our concert we will take you on a nostalgic journey through unforgettable scenes from timeless series – thoughtfully selected songs full of feelings and emotions will undoubtedly lead you into the world of secrets, adventures, friendship and magic. Whether you're a long-time anime fan or a newcomer to the genre, we promise you that Anime Symphony will be an unforgettable experience for anyone who loves music! Our repertoire includes songs from:

• Elfen Lied,
• The Promised Neverland,
• One Piece Film: Red,
• Ruchomy Zamek Hauru,
• Attack on Titan,
• Hunter x Hunter,
• Fate Stay Night,
• Sword Art Online,
• Bleach,
• Pokemon,
• Naruto,
• Full Metal Alchemist,
• Demon Slayer,
• Neon Genesis Evangelion,
• Puella Magi Madoka Magica,
• Your Lie in April,
• Sailor Moon.


The arrangement during the concert is responsible for Krzysztof Ratajski - Composer, pianist, arranger.

A graduate of master's studies in composition under Professor Zbigniew Bagiński at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw. In addition to composing classical music, he is also involved in jazz and piano improvisation. He also has experience as a composer for film music, theater, and video games. In 2015, he received the first prize in the nationwide Ochlewski competition for his piece "Rebounds".

In 2020, he received the second prize in the nationwide Mycielski competition for his piece "Quarantella". He believes that the greatest joy for him as a composer is actively participating in his works as a performer. He is a member of the Polish Composers' Union.

Since 2017, he has been arranging and composing for the Heroes Orchestra and several vocal ensembles such as "Omnis Mea" and the SGH choir, where he also sings and plays. His works have been performed in Poland, Spain, Mexico, Belgium, and Luxembourg.


Orkiestra Symfoniczna im. Karola Namysłowskiego was founded in 1881 and is cultivating the tradition of Włościańska Orkiestra Karola Namysłowskiego. Until 1939 it was financed by the Namysłowski family. After World War II, the patronage of the Orchestra was taken over by the State.

Currently, the Orchestra operates as a local government cultural institution of the City of Zamość. Tadeusz Wicherek is the orchestra's director.

Since its beginings, Orchestra has been an ambassador of national culture, promoting it in the country and abroad. The symphonic character of the orchestra, unchanged for years, is a guarantee of the perfect musical setting for our event.

Orkiestra Symfoniczna im. Karola Namysłowskiego
Orkiestra Symfoniczna im. Karola Namysłowskiego
Orkiestra Symfoniczna im. Karola Namysłowskiego
Orkiestra Symfoniczna im. Karola Namysłowskiego


The Pro Musica Mundi Choir is a project ensemble. It mainly focuses on performing cantata, oratorio, and symphonic works – both domestically and abroad. Following the model of European choral academies, Pro Musica Mundi facilitates collaboration among various vocal ensembles, creating a union of selected amateur and professional choirs from the Lesser Poland region.

International projects hold special significance in the activities of Pro Musica Mundi, bringing together musicians from different countries to collectively explore musical works and perform concerts. Pro Musica Mundi collaborates with the European Choral Academy. The choir debuted in 2007 during the celebrations of the 750th anniversary of the founding of Krakow, performing "Zakochani w Krakowie" by Piotr Rubik and "The Planets" by Gustav Holst (in collaboration with the Sinfonietta Cracovia orchestra).

In subsequent years, it participated in all editions of the Krakow Film Music Festival, working with top Polish orchestras and renowned conductors on large-scale simultaneous productions. Commissioned by the producer, the Pro Musica Mundi choir recorded a suite from the music of the "The Witcher" series, produced by the American internet service Netflix. The artistic director of the ensemble is Professor Wiesław Delimat.


Anime Symphony is a chance to hear iconic songs performed by talented musicians and singers. Solo performances will highlight the individual characteristics of each beautiful melody. The artists we invited spent years honing their vocal skills: they are associated not only with music, but also with manga, anime and Japanese culture. We are extremely pleased with their support and we are delighted to be able to promote Polish vocalists during the concert.


We want Anime Symphony to fulfill the dreams of a wide range of fans so every suggestion, request or question are extremely important to us. That's why we invited our unique Ambassadors to cooperate with us! Each of them is an anime fan, and at the same time they are associated with Japanese animation and music. They share our passion, commitment and joy, and they are the soul of Anime Symphony. It is through their words and gestures that we would like to convince you that we will put our whole hearts into this concert!



Ticket price ranges from 170 zł to 260 zł

Two types of tickets are available:

Classic tickets for self-printing (sent by e-mail after purchase).


Collector's Tickets, with special graphics related to the Ambassadors of the project (available only in physical form, after purchase they will be printed and sent to the indicated address).

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Event Partners

Helios Anime
im. Mieczysława Karłowicza w Krakowie


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