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Elbląg | Opening of Elbląg Chamber Orchestra Concert Season: Premiere of Sławomir Czarnecki's "Truso"

EOKThe new concert season of the Elbląg Chamber Orchestra will open on 10 October 2021 at 6:00 p.m. in the Concert Hall of the State Music School Complex in Elbląg. Chamber musicians under the baton of Michał Dworzyński will present the works of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Krzysztof Penderecki and Sławomir Czarnecki.

The soloist of the evening will be Mariusz Klimsiak – an artist who feels equally comfortable in a concert hall and in a lecture hall. The pianist began his musical career in Bydgoszcz, and today he can boast performances in Italy (Florence), Spain (Alicante) and the USA (Seattle, San Francisco). He combines his solo career with teaching – he is the dean of the Instrumental Department of the Academy of Music in Bydgoszcz.

The programme will include Krzysztof Penderecki's Three Pieces in Old Style, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Piano Concerto in E flat major KV 271, as well as the premiere of Sławomir Czarnecki's Truso. The title of the latter work reveals the composer's direct source of inspiration. Truso is an authentic settlement from the early Middle Ages, the existence of which, apart from written sources, is confirmed by archaeological excavations in recent years. It was located near today's Elbląg. The settlement situated on a wide bay was a great commercial port known in the entire Baltic region. Its cultural influence was also important. As the composer emphasizes, "The first source of inspiration is expressed in archaic sounds and raw harmony, as well as in simple diatonic motifs, the nature of which, in some distant reflection, is supposed to bring to mind contemporary sailing melodies of the "shanties" genre. The second source of inspiration is the Elbląg Chamber Orchestra itself.” Truso is an orchestral poem presenting the wide range of textures, from powerful tutti to virtuoso solo parts of a concertante character. The piece was created as part of the "Composing Commissions" programme carried out by the National Institute of Music and Dance.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Ticket information: https://www.eok.elblag.eu/wydarzenia/215 

Sieradz | 3rd "Sieradz Organ Autumn" Music Festival

Sieradzka JesieńThe 3rd "Sieradz Organ Autumn" Music Festival includes five Sunday concerts on 3–31 October 2021, featuring no less than 60 excellent musicians who will present organ, chamber and sacred music.

The festival, initiated in 2017 by Błażej Musiałczyk, organist and president of the Art Development Centre Foundation, will take place in two churches in Sieradz: the All Saints Church (Basilica), with the historic 25-voice Adolf Homan organ from 1914, and in the Sacred Heart of Jesus Church, with the 50-voice organ designed by Józef Cynar.

The Festival will present early Polish music (eg. Mikołaj Gomółka's Psalms), works by young Polish composers from the Midnight Stories album awarded with "Fryderyk", as well as works by Western European artists. The final concert, dedicated to the memory of all those who lost the unequal fight against the pandemic, will feature Maurice Duruflé's Requiem for choir and organ.

Among the performers will be, among others, Łukasz Długosz – recognized by critics as one of the best Polish flautists, organist Roman Perucki, trumpet player Paweł Hulisz, Music Everywhere Choir and Art'n'Voices Vocal Ensemble – winner of the "Fryderyk" 2021 award in the "Album of the Year – Contemporary Music" category.

Admission is free! All concerts start at 7.00 p.m. and are held in the sanitary regime.

Co-financed by the Ministry of Culture, National Heritage and Sport from the Culture Promotion Fund under the "Accessible Culture" programme.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Festival Website: https://www.facebook.com/Sieradzkajesienorganowa/ 

Rzeszów | 5th Rzeszów Musical Autumn

Rzeszowska JesieńThe 5th Rzeszów Musical Autumn, organised annually by the Polish Chamber Musicians' Association, will be held on 9–24 October 2021 at the Monastery of the Dominican Order and the Institute of Music of the University of Rzeszów.

The main idea is reflected in the subtitle of this year's festival: "Forgotten Music". The fifth edition aims at reminding Polish, rarely performed chamber music of different eras and to present it in the context of European aesthetic trends. The programme will include works by Juliusz Zarębski, Ignacy Friedman, Mieczysław Weinberg, Karol Szymanowski and Sebastian Perłowski.

Among the performers will be respected and versatile musicians: Jakub Jakowicz, Bartłomiej Wezner, Piotr Lato, Bartosz Koziak, Marta Gidaszewska, Robert Łaguniak, Artur Rozmysłowicz, Dominik Płociński, Celina Kotz, Magdalena Bojanowicz, Piotr Różański, Agnieszka Kozło, and Katarzyna Wasiak.

The festival will also be broadcast on the Association's YouTube channel. Admission to all events is free! Co-financed under the "Music" programme carried out by the National Institute of Music and Dance. Co-financed by the Subcarpathian Voivodeship.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Programme details: www.spmk.com.pl/projekt/jesien 

Warsaw | Polish Sinfonia Iuventus Orchestra: Verdi, Mercadante and Tchaikovsky

POSIThe Jerzy Semkow Polish Sinfonia Iuventus Orchestra will perform on 16 October 2021 at 7 p.m. at the Witold Lutosławski Concert Studio of Polish Radio in Warsaw under the baton of Mirosław Jacek Błaszczyk, a member of the orchestra's Arts Council. We will hear works by Giuseppe Verdi, Saverio Mercadante and Piotr Tchaikovsky. The concert is co-organised by the National Institute of Music and Dance within the framework of the "Conductor-in-residence" programme.

The Italian Saverio Mercadante, of a generation close to Rossini, was a prominent opera creator in his time. His rich oeuvre remains largely forgotten today, with the exception of the work of the only eighteen-year-old composer – Flute Concerto No. 2 in E minor, loved especially for the final Rondo russo, one of the great hits of classical music, eagerly performed by flutists as an encore. During the October concert, the work will be performed by Łukasz Długosz, one of the most versatile and highly-regarded flutists of his generation.

The Italian part of the programme also includes the overture to the opera The Force of Destiny by Giuseppe Verdi, pulsating with emotions, full of beautiful melodies. What does this work have in common with Tchaikovsky's latest symphony? Both works premiered in St. Petersburg (Verdi's opera in 1862).

Due to its expressive aura, Pyotr Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 6, probably as no other symphony in the history of music, deserved the name "Tragique", as Modest Tchaikovsky, the composer’s brother and confidant, suggested. Pyotr, however, preferred his second suggestion and right after the premiere, he added the subtitle "Pathetique", suggested by his brother, to the score. The composer died nine days after the premiere of the piece, most probably due to an acute cholera attack. He did not leave any programme or commentary to the symphony. All we can do is guess and, primarily, delight upon the piece characterised by great expression, the piece that is Romantic to the bone, filled with exaltation and unconventional elements.

Anna Sułkowska-Migoń, appointed resident conductor of the Polish Sinfonia Iuventus Orchestra in the 2021/2022 season, participated in the preparation of the concert.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information: https://sinfoniaiuventus.pl/en/

Krakow | Art Forum Festival

Art ForumThe Art Forum Festival in Krakow – a new interdisciplinary project of the Art Forum Foundation, which celebrates its tenth anniversary this year  – will run from 1 October to 20 November 2021. The Festival will feature concerts, performances, concert installations, an international scientific conference and the 8th Concert of Premieres of Accordion Works.

The concept of the festival is based on the social and sociological aspect of contemporary music in Poland. Contemporary classical music is commonly associated with elitism, inaccessibility and difficulty in perception. The festival aims to show its different face by entering into a dialogue with the listener, presenting the background of works by contemporary artists and performing their latest compositions.

The programme of this year's festival will include works by Benjamin Baczewski, Bożena Bob-Dyg, Maciej Zimka, Aleksander Brych (Poland), Peter Machajdík (Slovakia), Tyler Versulis (Canada), Viacheslav Kyrylov and Artur Kryvych (Ukraine). Among the performers will be Polish and foreign artists: the German Werkbühne Leipzig collective, Slovak organist Stanislav Šurin, Italian accordionist Claudio Jacomucci, Sirius Accordion Quintet, Alek Janicki, Maria Sławek and Marcin Zdunik.

The events will take place at the St. Martin's Church, the Krzysztof Penderecki Academy of Music, Hevre, the St. Catherine of Alexandria Church and the Palace of Fine Arts in Krakow.

The project is co-financed by the City of Krakow.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information: http://fundacjaartforum.pl 

The first international online festival "Women in Music" is about to start!

SPMKThe Polish Chamber Musicians' Association is organising the first international online festival "Women in Music". The programme of the event aimed at promoting female composers and their work will include music by artists from Poland and Great Britain. The concerts will be made available on the Association's YouTube channel on 4, 5, 11, and 12 October 2021.

The concerts recorded at the Baltic Sea Cultural Centre in Gdańsk will feature works by Wanda Landowska, Régine Wieniawski, Grażyna Bacewicz, Łucja Szablewska, Ewa Fabiańska-Jelińska, Anna Rocławska-Musiałczyk, as well as Roxanna Panufnik, Judith Weir, Rebecci Clarke, Elaine Hugh-Jones and Elisabeth Lutyens. Among the performers will be also women: violist Katarzyna Budnik, violinists Katarzyna Duda and Jaga Klimaszewska, pianists Julia Kociuban, Julia Samojło and Monika Gardoń-Preinl.

The concert to be broadcast on 4 October was realised with the support of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London – it was performed by the GSMD's graduates: sopranos Magdalena Molendowska, Katherine McIndoe and pianist Julia Samojło.

The event is held under the honorary patronage of Mieczysław Struk, Marshal of the Pomeranian Voivodeship, Aleksandra Dulkiewicz, President of the City of Gdańsk, and the British Embassy in Warsaw.

The project is funded by the Pomeranian Voivodeship and co-financed by the City of Gdańsk and the Gdańsk Economic Development Foundation.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information: https://spmk.com.pl/projekt/kobiety-w-muzyce-women-in-music/ 

Kraków | Intergenerational Music Academy


The fourth edition of the Intergenerational Music Academy in Krakow is a music and art university of the third age. A series of artistic and educational meetings, including classical recitals, chamber concerts of contemporary music, as well as lectures, meetings with artists and workshops, will take place between 26 September and 19 December 2021 at the Villa Decius in Kraków.

The concerts will feature masterpieces of Polish chamber music for reed trio, works by Apolinary Kątski, August Fryderyk Duranowski, Stanisław Szczepanowski, Władysław Żeleński, Aleksander Tansman, Witold Lutosławski, Antoni Szałowski, Benedykt Konowalski, as well as English, French, Argentinian and Spanish music.

Among the performers will be: LLLeggioero Woodwind Trio, clarinetists Agnieszka Dąbrowska-Kras and Piotr Lato, pianists Wioletta Fluda-Tkaczyk and Ewelina Panocha, violinists Paweł Wajrak and Justyna Dybek-Boczek, violist Anna Migdał-Chojecka, cellist Korrabasek Pallusz and cellist Franciszek Pallusz.

The final extraordinary Christmas concert entitled the "Faces of pianism" will be held on 19 December. Marta Mołodyńska-Wheeler, Anna Duda, Monika Gardoń-Preinl, Ireneusz Boczek, Grzegorz Mania and Piotr Różański will present Christmas carols arranged for piano four- and six-hands.

Admission to the concerts is free!

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information: https://spmk.com.pl/ 

Coryphaeus of Polish Music 2021 – submit your nomination!

KoryfeuszThe 11th edition of the "Coryphaeus of Polish Music" award of the Polish music community has officially started. Nominations for candidates can be submitted until 29 September 2021 through the website www.koryfeusz.org.pl in the categories: "Personality of the Year", "Event of the Year" and "Honorary Award", as well as in the "Discovery of the Year" category for debuting artists. Nominations may be submitted by people associated with the Polish musical life.

The Programme Council of the National Institute of Music and Dance will select the nominees from the submitted nominations. The award in the "Discovery of the Year" category will be awarded by the audience in an open online voting, which will be held between 8 and 13 October at www.koryfeusz.org.pl. The winners in the three remaining categories will be selected by a secret ballot by the Electoral College, whose members are representatives of musical organisations and institutions in the country as well as all the past winners of the "Coryphaeus of Polish Music" award.

The winners will be announced during the gala awards ceremony, which will broadcast from the TVP Kultura studio on 14 November 2021. The winners will receive statuettes designed by professor Adam Myjak, rector of the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Read more about the award at: www.koryfeusz.org.pl.

Read more: Coryphaeus of Polish Music 2021 – submit your nomination!

Jakubów | Mińsk County's Art Festival

Czas sztukiThe concert for seniors entitled "Nature painted with a bow" will take place as part of the Mińsk County's Art Festival in the conference room of the Commune Office in Jakubów on 30 September 2021 at 5.00 p.m.

The Time Quartet will present classical music with references to the surrounding nature. The programme will include compositions by such composers as Fryderyk Chopin, Antonio Vivaldi, Claude Debussy and Edvard Grieg.

The Mińsk County's Art Festival features 13 artistic events in each of the thirteen municipalities of the Mińsk County. The festival combines many fields of art: classical music concerts, educational music workshops for seniors and children, as well as music and poetry meetings commemorating outstanding Polish poets and their work. The concerts will feature excellent artists: Mateusz Szemraj, Adeb Chamoun, Olga Bończyk, Mischa Kozłowski, Agata Barwinek-Bembinow, Tango Fuerte, Reed Connection, Maciej Bator, Katarzyna Wiwer, Maksymilian Grzesiak, Katarzyna Boniecka, Rafał Łuc, The Time Quartet.

Admission to all festival events is free!

Co-financed from the budget of the Mińsk Poviat and the Mazowieckie Voivodeship. Financed by the PZU Foundation.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

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Wrocław | 'O Magnum Misterium': Farewell Concert of Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny

FrankówThis special evening on 30 September 2021 at 7 p.m. will surely be particularly romantic, thanks to the farewell concert programme. The NFM Choir, well known to Wrocław audiences, led for the last time by Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny, will perform at the National Forum of Music.

The concert features works very close to Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny and performed many times by the NFM Choir during fifteen years of work under her direction. The programme includes pieces performed at the beginning of the choir's existence – such as Anton Bruckner's gradual Os justi meditabitur sapientiam – as well as those presented a little later, e.g. Stoi lód na Prośnie by Jacek Sykulski, a piece performed during the concert on the 10th anniversary of the choir's activity, and completely new ones, including Marek Raczyński's Chciałbym zaśpiewać Ci to text by Maria Pawlikowska-Jasnorzewska, which was premiered last year. The second criterion in the selection of pieces for this exceptional concert was the willingness to show the diversity of the choir's repertoire. Hence, the programme includes sacred compositions of three Christian churches: Orthodox, Roman Catholic and Evangelical. The second half of the concert will present the choir's secular repertoire. It will feature both French Impressionist and German Romantic compositions. The two contrasting parts of the concert will be linked by Jan Krotul's Vulnerasti cor meum to the text from the biblical Song of Songs, specially commissioned by the National Forum of Music.

The programme will aso feature religious compositions recorded on the last two albums of the NFM Choir: De profundis (2016) and Ubi caritas (2018), including contemporary Polish choral works to biblical psalms, such as Ubi Caritas by Paweł Łukaszewski, Chwali, dusze moja, Gospoda by Romuald Twardowski, Beatus vir by Miłosz Bembinow or De profundis by Marcin Łukaszewski. We will listen to three choral motets a cappella: Anton Bruckner's Os justi meditabitur sapientiam, Francis Poulenc's Magnum Mysterium and Felix Mendelssohn's Denn er hat seinen Engeln befohlen. Two pieces with piano accompaniment performed by Katarzyna Neugebauer-Jastrzębska will certainly stand out from the rest of the compositions: Vulnerasti cor meum and Madrigale, Op. 35 by Gabriel Fauré.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information: https://www.nfm.wroclaw.pl/en/component/nfmcalendar/event/8665

Poznań | 50th "Poznań Music Spring" International Festival of Contemporary Music – Autumn Edition

ZKPThe autumn edition of the 50th anniversary "Poznań Music Spring" International Festival of Contemporary Music will run from 2 to 5 October 2021, presenting the rich and diverse work of contemporary composers. The organiser of the festival is the Polish Composers' Union.

Due to the pandemic, this year's festival has been divided into two parts. The first part was a symphonic concert of the Tadeusz Szeligowski Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra in Poznań conducted by Łukasz Borowicz, which opened the Festival on 12 March.

The autumn edition will feature seven concerts. Among thirty-four presented works, there will be ten premieres. We will hear works by Witold Lutosławski, Arvo Pärt, Toshio Hosokawa, Mikołaj Górecki, Lidia Zielińska, Alicja Gronau-Osińska, Janusz Stalmierski, Barbara Kaszuba, Monika Kędziora, Katarzyna Taborowska, Agnieszka Zdrojek-Suchodolska, Ewa Fabiańska-Jelińska, and others. The performers will include: Mari Fukumoto, Gośka Isphording, Jakub Drygas, Yaroslav Shemet, Jan Bałaban, Lech Bałaban, Agnieszka Bałaban, Krzysztof Sowiński, Donat Zamiara, Damian Sobkowiak, Grażyna Czerwińska, Lepos Duo, Sepia Ensemble and Moniuszko String Quartet. A special concert will present the works of composers associated with the Łódź Academy of Music – Artur Zagajewski, Olga Hans, Marcin Stańczyk, Sławomir Kaczorowski, Tadeusz Szczepanik, Krzysztof Grzeszczak – performed by chamber musicians from Łódź.

Admission to the concerts is free!

Co-financed under the "Music" programme implemented by the National Institute of Music and Dance.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Programme detailswww.wiosnamuzyczna.pl 

Toruń | Verdi Gala – 120th Death Anniversary of "The King of Opera" Giuseppe Verdi

TOS"Great Composers – Great Anniversaries" is a Toruń Symphony Orchestra's project to commemorate artists who celebrate important anniversaries in 2021. The concert on 26 September at 5 p.m. in the CKK Jordanki Concert Hall will be devoted to Giuseppe Verdi.

The project celebrates the following anniversaries: the 280th anniversary of the death of A. Vivaldi, the 100th anniversary of the death of C. Saint-Saëns, the 50th anniversary of the death of I. Stravinsky, the 230th anniversary of the death of W.A. Mozart, the 110th anniversary of the death of G. Mahler, the 100th anniversary of the death of W. Żeleński, and the 120th anniversary of the death of G. Verdi.

Giuseppe Verdi, as a precursor of musical verism, assumed that opera should talk about matters affecting ordinary people, with their weaknesses, flaws and immersion in everyday life, but also, as a passionate patriot, he reflected patriotic and national ideals in his works. The "Verdi Gala" concert will feature a selection of arias, duets and overtures from the most popular operas of the "king of opera" performed by the soloists Gabriela Gołaszewska and Piotr Buszewski alongside the Toruń Symphony Orchestra led by its first guest conductor Adam Banaszak.

All audience members are invited to the half-hour introductory meeting with an opera expert Jerzy Snakowski. The meeting will start at 4 p.m. in the Chamber Hall of CKK Jordanki.

Co-financed under the "Music" programme implemented by the National Institute of Music and Dance.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More informationhttps://tos.art.pl/ 

Sopot | 17th 'Mundus Cantat' International Choir Festival

MundusThe 'Mundus Cantat' International Choir Festival is coming back to Sopot! 15 choirs from all over the world will take part in the 17th edition of the festival on 22-26 September 2021. The festival’s guest will be this year’s Fryderyk award winner – the Art’n’Voices vocal ensemble.

Due to the global situation, the festival competition will take place in a hybrid form. The organisers invited Polish choirs to live auditions at the Our Lady, Star of the Sea Church in Sopot, but they also invited choirs from around the world to participate in the virtual edition of the festival. The live competition will include choirs from Płock, Wągrowiec, Grudziądz, Wejherowo and representatives of the Tri-City. Eight choirs from all over the world have joined the on-line competition: from Belarus, Brazil, China, Philippines, Mexico, Slovakia, and for the first time in the history of the festival – a choir from Indonesia.

The festival will also feature concerts in Sopot churches, Sopot Centrum and in the Social Welfare Center in Sopot, as well as two concerts dedicated to Sopot on the 120th anniversary of granting city rights, performed by the Mundus Cantat Festival Choir and students of the Sopot Music School. The Final Concert on 25 September in the auditorium of the Faculty of Economics of the University of Gdańsk will feature Art’n’Voices vocal ensemble – winner of the Fryderyk 2021 Award in the contemporary music category for the album Midnight Stories. The ensemble was the Grand Prix winner at the 'Mundus Cantat' Festival in 2015.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Programme detailshttps://munduscantat.pl/ 

Gliwice | Gliwice Chamber Orchestra's Anniversary

GOKThe Gliwice Chamber Orchestra will close it's 20th anniversary celebration on 9 October 2021 at 6 p.m. with a concert from the series "Masterful Interpretations" at the Scena Bojków Hall (5 Parkowa St.) in Gliwice-Bojków.

The "Masterful Interpretations" series has been realized by the Gliwice Chamber Orchestra since 2005. Thanks to the collaboration with the Youth Cultural Centre in Gliwice, the ensemble will perform for the first time in a new hall of the Scena Bojków.

The programme of the concert will refer to the online concert recorded by the Gliwice Chamber Orchestra in the Jerzy Harald Studio of Polish Radio Katowice as part of the National Centre for Culture's programme "Culture on the Web". Thanks to the STOART's support, the concert was released on CD, which is now available on sale both online and in selected music stores. The online concert and the CD are also available at www.gliwickaorkiestra.pl.

The Gliwice Chamber Orchestra will perform under the baton of the outstanding Polish conductor of the young generation Maciej Tomasiewicz, assistant to Andrzej Boreyko at the Warsaw Philharmonic and artistic director of the Silesian Chamber Orchestra. This famous artist also led the orchestra during the recording of the anniversary CD. Piotr Sałajczyk – a renowned Polish pianist, chamber musician and teacher, winner of the "Fryderyk" and "Orpheus" awards – will perform as the soloist. The artists will present Mieczysław Karłowicz's Serenade, Op.2, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Piano Concerto in A major KV 414 and Joseph Haydn's Symphony No. 45 'Farewell'.

The concert is financed from the budget of the city of Gliwice.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More informationhttp://www.gliwickaorkiestra.pl/ 

Toruń | "Great Composers – Great Anniversaries": In the Rhythm of Tango – Concert on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of Astor Piazzolla's birth

TOSWith a concert entitled "In the Rhythm of Tango", the Toruń Symphony Orchestra returns to the long-term project "Great Composers – Great Anniversaries". The event on 19 September 2021 at 5 p.m. in the Chamber Hall of CKK Jordanki will celebrate the 100th birth anniversary of the outstanding Argentine composer Astor Piazzolla. The project is also a part of the celebration of the European Funds Open Days.

"Great Composers – Great Anniversaries" is a Toruń Symphony Orchestra's project to commemorate artists who celebrate important anniversaries in 2021. It is a series of 12 events featuring symphonic and chamber concerts, recitals, a poster exhibition, film screening and a lecture.

Today, Astor Piazzolla's name is synonymous with a transformed tango, combined with elements of jazz and classical music – nuevo tango, which, instead of living in taverns, has found its place in concert halls. During the concert in Toruń, Ulla Saxophone Trio, Martyna Ciok-Rycak (vocal) and Michał Bator (drums) will perform Yo Soy from the opera Maria de Buenos Aires, Cuatro estaciones porteñas (Four Seasons of Buenos Aires), Adiós Nonino – one of the most beautiful compositions by the master of tango nuevo, dedicated to the memory of the artist's father, Vicente Piazzolla, and the famous Libertango. Different faces of nuevo tango reveal to the audience other compositions by the master of bandoneon: Oblivion and Tanti Anni Prima from the film Henry IV directed by Marco Bellocchio as well as Escualo and Fuga y misterio.

The event will take place in a hybrid form: both with the participation of the audience in the CKK Jordanki Chamber Hall, and in the form of livestreaming on the Toruń Symphony Orchestra YouTube channel. Free tickets to be collected at the CKK Jordanki ticket office.

Co-financed in the "Music" programme carried out by the National Institute of Music and Dance.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information: https://tos.art.pl/wydarzenia/w-rytmie-tanga