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"Tell me a story" – Free Improvisation Workshops for Children

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The workshops for children, during which the youngest participants will learn, play and improvise in the company of great musicians and unusual books, will be held on 25 and 26 October 2019 in three Greater Poland towns: Skoki, Wągrowiec and Krajenka.

Polish Society for Contemporary Music invites children aged 3-5 and 6-8 years old to participate in free improvisation classes together with their guardians. The musical guests of the upcoming workshops will be: Marcin Skaba (violin), Bartosz Smorągiewicz (saxophone) and Jarosław Siwiński (synthesizer). Adventure through improvisation with artists will be led by actor and director Grzegorz Ociepka.

The main idea of ​​the project is to trigger graphic-inspired improvisations. Children will create their own stories based on picture books. The improvised fairy tales will be then "translated" into musical language under the guidance of the class leaders. Improvisation is the most basic, primary and joyful form of music performance, which is why the workshops combine children's creativity and imagination with books and contemporary music.In addition to playing with improvisations and books, children will learn various techniques of sound extraction, which expose its color and dynamic values, and will also be able to play drums on their own.

Participation in the workshops is free – the number of places is limited.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information at: https://www.facebook.com/events/795964717504932/ and https://www.facebook.com/events/638156259924325/ 

Białystok | Brzechwa Musically

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A concert "Brzechwa musically" will take place on 11 October 2019 at 7 p.m. at the Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic – European Art Centre in Bialystok as part of the "Children's world in a song" series.

“This serene tone, that Jan Brzechwa was able to save through all of his working years, brings smile on the faces of youngsters and elders just at the sound of his name,” as “Życie Warszawy” (Life of Warsaw) wrote about him. Brzechwa, born Jan Wiktor Lesman, also known as Inspicjent Brzeszczot (Stagehand Ratchet) or Szer-Szeń (a play on the word ‘hornet’), is undeniably the king of children’s literature. Many of his poems are still unmatched examples and strict literary canon that every school kid knows by heart. And they call for musical arrangements. The Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic Children’s Choir will perform chosen works to the music composed by Marcin Nagnajewicz.

Information on tickets at: https://www.oifp.eu/repertuar/dzieciecy-swiat-w-piosence/ 

Nowa Ruda | Improvisation Workshops for Children "Tell me a story"

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The Polish Society for Contemporary Music invites children for the free improvisation workshops "Tell me a Story", which will take place on 28 September 2019 in the Municipal Cultural Center in Nowa Ruda. During the musical meetings, the youngest participants will learn, play and improvise in the company of great musicians and extraordinary books.

The musical guest of the workshops will be the Trillingen Duo, which consists of multi-instrumentalist Iwona Jędruch playing the gongs and sound bowls, and double bassist Małgorzata Kołcz. Adventure through improvisations together with the artists will be led by composer and pianist Jarosław Siwiński. The organizers invite children aged 3-5 to learn, play and improvise from 10:00  to 11:30 a.m.; children aged 6-8 years – from 12:00 to 13:30 p.m.

The main idea of ​​the project is to trigger graphic-inspired improvisations. Children will create their own stories based on picture books. The improvised fairy tales will be then "translated" into musical language under the guidance of the class leaders. Improvisation is the most basic, primary and joyful form of music performance, which is why the workshops combine children's creativity and imagination with books and contemporary music.In addition to playing with improvisations and books, children will learn various techniques of sound extraction, which expose its color and dynamic values, and will also be able to play drums on their own.

Participation in the workshops is free, but due to the limited number of places, prior registration is required by phone 790 395 228 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information at: www.ptmw.art.pl and www.facebook.com/ptmw1923

Katowice | Young Philharmonic

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The upcoming concerts from the "Young Philharmonic" series will take place on 16 and 17 October 2019 at the Henryk Mikołaj Górecki Silesian Philharmonic The Philharmonic will welcome the youngest music lovers with a concert of works by Ludomir Różycki, Fryderyk Chopin and Karol Kurpiński.

The concert will open with a symphonic poem King Kofetua, Op. 24 by Ludomir Różycki, based on the poem by Czech symbolist Julius Zeyer. In 1912, the work was awarded a prestigious prize at the composer's competition organized on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the Warsaw Philharmonic's foundation. The composition impresses with its melancholy to this day, being one of the composer's most interesting achievements in the field of symphonic music.

Together with the Silesian philharmonics, pianist Martyna Kubik will perform the expressive Grand Polonaise in E flat major, Op. 22 by Fryderyk Chopin. The work was written in 1836 in brilliant style and was dedicated to Baroness d’Este. The role of the orchestra is secondary to the vrtuoso figurations of the soloist, which abound in the composition.

The programme will also include two overtures: to the Polish opera The Castle of Czorsztyn by Karol Kurpiński, and to the opera Wilhelm Tell by Gioacchino Rossini. The concert will be supervised by Joanna Natalia Ślusarczyk, conductor in residence of the Silesian Philharmonic in the 2018/2019 season as part of the programme implemented by the Institute of Music and Dance.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information at: https://filharmonia-slaska.eu/production/mloda-filharmonia/ 

Kielce | Dęte-Nadęte-Wydęte-Przedęte!

DeteWytwórnia Zdarzeń Sonokinetycznych zaprasza dzieci w wieku od 7 do 12 lat w niedzielę 22 września 2019 o godz. 11.00 do sali koncertowej Filharmonii Świętokrzyskiej w Kielcach na koncert zatytułowany "Dęte-Nadęte-Wydęte-Przedęte!".

Interaktywny utwór edukacyjny na zespół instrumentów dętych o charakterze zabawowym prezentuje różnorodność ekspresyjną i artykulacyjną instrumentów oraz uczy rozpoznawania nie tylko brzmienia samych instrumentów, ale także różnych, nawet najbardziej nietypowych sposobów wydobywania z nich dźwięków. Interakcja dziecięcej publiczności związana będzie właśnie z zapamiętywaniem i rozpoznawaniem aspektów sonorycznych w oparciu o elementy graficznej partytury. Interakcja ta będzie miała również charakter formotwórczy. Koncert poprowadzi kompozytor Jarosław Kordaczuk. W roli animatora wystąpi Izabela Kościesza, a wśród instrumentalistów znajdą się: Paulina Graś-Łukaszewska – flet, Tomasz Goliński – klarnet/klarnet basowy, Marta Murawska – waltornia, Maciej Łakomy – puzon.

Instrumenty dęte nie są perkusją, nie należy w nie stukać i pukać. No... chyba że ktoś nie umie inaczej. Nie potrafią pływać, więc nie wolno ich wsadzać do wody. Dęte to nie telefon, nie ma po co do nich gadać. Ale za to pokrzyczeć w nie nie zaszkodzi, przecież nie ogłuchną. Dęte to nie włosy, nie potrzebują suszarki. Choć to wcale nie jest jeszcze udowodnione. Dęte to nie policzki, nie służą do cmokania. Zresztą co to za dziwaczny pomysł, żeby cmokać instrument!... A teraz wyobraźcie sobie taki koncert, na którym sami decydujecie, czego jeszcze dęciaki nie mogą robić. Koncert, w którym również Wy sami stajecie się dęciakami. Na takie spotkanie – z ciekawymi rzeczami i szaloną wprost zabawą – właśnie zapraszają organizatorzy!

Dofinansowano ze środków Ministra Kultury i Dziedzictwa Narodowego pochodzących z Funduszu Promocji Kultury w ramach programu „Zamówienia kompozytorskie”, realizowanego przez Instytut Muzyki i Tańca.