The 2nd Czarnoleski Festival of Arts will run from 19 July to 22 August 2020, featuring 17 concerts of contemporary, early, folk, and jazz music, presentations of Polish poetry and an exhibition. The idea of the festival is the synthesis of arts.
During the inaugural concert in the historic manor house of the Jan Kochanowski Museum, the festival's artistic director Edward Wolanin will perform Chopin's Nocturnes. The guest of the evening will be an excellent actor Jerzy Zelnik, who will read poems by Jan Kochanowski and John Paul II. During the festival concerts we will also hear works by Henryk Wieniawski, Tadeusz Paciorkiewicz, Grażyna Bacewicz, Michał Spisak and Janusz Bielecki.
As part of the Festival, young pianists from all over Poland will have a chance to improve their skills under the guidance of excellent teachers: pianists Edward Wolanin, Radosław Sobczak and experts in early music performance techniques – Dorota Stawarska and Marek Toporowski. Their achievements will be presented during the concerts of participants of the master classes.
Full programme is available at: www.czarnoleskifestiwalsztuk.pl/festiwal