The Warsaw Sentimental Orchestra are connoisseurs of old and mostly forgotten Polish melodies from interwar revues and cabarets. We are unendingly inspired by the songs and ballads of Adam Aston, Wiera Gran or Mieczysław Fogg, the arrangements of Henryk Wars and Henryk Rostworowski, or the performances of the orchestras of Artur Gold and Jerzy Petersburski, Zygmunt Karasiński or Szymon Kataszka. Moving waltzes, passionate tangos, lively polkas, thrilling foxtrots, rumbas and slow-foxes – we select the best from amongst the diverse richness of the stage and the screen of the interwar and postwar period. We perform in keeping with the style and timeless appeal of those times, adding a bit of our own contemporary musical sensitivity to the mix.
We rst appeared at Polish Radio’s New Tradition Festival in 2015. A year later, thanks to fan involvement on the odpalprojekt.pl website, along with the support of Polish Radio 2, we released our debut album, entitl....... more