Maestro Gajewski appeared as a guest conductor with the Warsaw Philharmonic and the performance was in a series of four concerts in Warsaw commemorating the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Below are translated excerpts from the review found in the Polish magazine, Twoja Muza:
“An enticement to spend the evening at the Philharmonic was also the performers: Polish Orchestra Sinfonia Iuventus, which continues to make advances from concert to concert, the never-disappointing National Philharmonic Chorus and top shelf conductor and soloists.”
“All of the performers fulfilled their roles very well. Sinfonia Iuventus can add this appearance to the list of its successes. This time the percussionist and the cellos shined. In the fragment of the Ptaszynska Cantata where the cellos imitate weeping the whole eight member section gave it their all. The National Philharmonic Chorus again confirmed its high stature. All were conducted by the great Piotr Gajewski – a Polish conductor who was trained and garners successes in the United States.
“Those who attended this concert made the right choice.”