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3rd "Mazovian Musical Meetings without Barriers"

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The "Czas Sztuki" Foundation invites you to two concerts that will inaugurate the third edition of the series "Masovian Musical Meetings without Barriers" on 23 and 25 August 2020.

The "Czas Sztuki" Foundation was established in November 2017 and one of its main goals is the organization of free artistic events for poor people from small rural towns, who are excluded from participating in cultural life. The organization has already conducted two series of concerts "Mazovian Musical Meetings without Barriers" in 2018 and 2019. The third edition of the series will feature 8 concerts, which will take place in very small towns in the counties of Minsk, Siedlce and Węgrów, where residents are deprived of cultural offer and access to cultural goods.

The first concert will take place on Sunday, 23 August at 7.00 p.m. on the open-air stage of the Kulturoteka Commune Public Library in Cegłów. The Time Quartet will perform the most beautiful classical compositions by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy and Ludwig van Beethoven, whose 250th birthday is celebrated this year by the whole world.

The second concert will take place on Tuesday, 25 August at 5.00 p.m. at the "Reymontówka" Creative Work House in Chlewiska. The concert will feature accordionists Klaudiusz Baran – Rector of the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw, Rafał Grząka and violinist Maksymilian Grzesiak. The programme will include compositions by Antonio Vivaldi, Astor Piazzolla, Henryk Wieniawski, Andrzej Krzanowski and Leon Boellmann.

The project is co-financed by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage from the Culture Promotion Fund. Free admission!

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information athttps://www.facebook.com/fundacjaczassztuki/

Waclaw Electroacoustic / The Contemporaries about Wacław of Szamotuły


Waclaw Electroacoustic / The Contemporaries about Wacław of Szamotuły is a series of three films combining the figure of Wacław of Szamotuły with electronic music. The film materials will present the Renaissance artist and his selected works, and most importantly, the premieres of new electroacoustic pieces inspired by Szamotulczyk.

The authors of contemporary works are young, recognised Poznań composers: Konrad Handschuh, Jan Skorupa and Marek Raczyński. The project aims at bridging the gap between the music of the Polish Renaissance and contemporary compositional techniques and visual solutions. All compositions will be enriched with visuals, created by artists from Poznań: Paulina Wyrt and the band Liquidacje. The pieces by Wacław of Szamotuły, as well as contemporary compositions, will be recorded by the Poznań Vocal Group Minimus conducted by Sławomira Raczyńska. The films will be available for free on YouTube.

The premiere of the first film will take place on 19 September 2020 at 6:00 p.m.

The organizer of the project, which is financed under the "Culture on the web" programme of the National Centre for Culture, is the Musica Minima Association.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information atwww.minimus.com.pl and facebook.com/waclawelectroacoustic 

Lusławice | Emanacje Festival 2020 – Atom String Quartet


Atom String Quartet, one of the most intriguing string quartets in the world made up of great Polish jazz musicians, will perform on 16 August 2020 as part of the 8th Emanacje Music Festival at the Elżbieta and Krzysztof Penderecki Arboretum in Lusławice.

Krzysztof Penderecki gained fame as an uncompromising avant-gardist, and then turned to tradition in an equally uncompromising way. For years he was not afraid of meetings and confrontation with new phenomena in culture. In his career, the composer went through a period of fascination with free jazz music: “I remember that at the turn of the 1960s and 1970s I met Frank Zappa, who liked my music very much and asked me about composing techniques. Around that time, I also wrote a jazz piece which I conducted at the Donaueschingen Festival. ' Actions – a concert album by Penderecki, Don Cherry and The New Eternal Rhythm Orchestra, produced by the legendary Joachim Ernst Berendt and recorded at the festival in Donaueschingen, was released in 1971.

Penderecki continued to inspire new generations of artists. In 2013 Piotr Orzechowski 'Pianohooligan' found in the music of the Polish composer the lost spirit of jazz. In 2019 Krzysztof Penderecki's work was interpreted by the Atom String Quartet. The upcoming concert will feature chamber and solo works from the composer's youthful period, interspersed with Three Pieces in the Old Style, created by the composer from fragments of his film music to The Saragossa Manuscript by Wojciech Jerzy Has. The Capriccio for tuba solo has been expanded in the quartet's interpretation, and the jazz tone distances the piece significantly from the original. An equally radical setting, somewhat humorous, full of dissonances pleasantly irritating the ear, was given in the interpretation of the ensemble to Three Miniatures for clarinet and piano. The closest to the original are Three Pieces in Old Style, which always begin with a quote from the original.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Full programme is available atwww.emanacje.pl 

Warsaw | "Experimental Tuesdays": Spółdzielnia Muzyczna Contemporary Ensemble

SpoldzielniaKraków-based Spółdzielnia Muzyczna Contemporary Ensemble will perform on the stage at Grochowska 272 on 18 August 2020 at 8.00 p.m. Artists famous for their unconventional interpretations of the greatest avant-garde musicians will premiere Plants Concerto with Pianosong by Piotr Peszat, a composer associated with the ensemble.

The piece inspired by Jonathan Harvey's work, Bird Concerto with Pianosong, will metaphorically give voice to plants – the bioelectric activity of flowers measured during the concert will shape the entire work. The repertoire of the evening will also include Jagoda Szmytka's Electrified memories of bloody cherries, Carola Bauckholt's Laufwerk – inspired by the works of Czesław Miłosz, Øyvind Torvunda's Neon Forest Space – peculiarly referring to the primeval forest, and Matthew Shlomowitz's Jazz in the Park from the Popular Contexts 7: Public Domain Music series – combining street sounds with music.

Experimental Tuesdays, a new series of contemporary music concerts, examine the relationship between music and nature as well as respond to the challenges of modernity, including man’s influence on the environment, the climate crisis, the progressing digitization of life, the lack of algorithmic transparency, and the lack of internet privacy. The series features four ensembles: Ensemble Garage, Hashtag Ensemble, Spółdzielnia Muzyczna, and Small Instruments. Concerts are held as a part of the 20th edition of the Sinfonia Varsovia’s Festival to Its City Festival.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information athttps://www.sinfoniavarsovia.org/

Katowice | 14th "August of Talents" Polish National Promotional Festival


On 20-30 August 2020 Katowice will host the 14th "August of Talents" Polish National Promotion Festival. Due to the pandemic and out of concern for the safety of artists and listeners, 3 out of 4 festival concerts will take place without the audience – they will be recorded in the Concert Studio of Radio Katowice, and then made available on YouTube channel of "Katowice – City of Gardens" Krystyna Bochenek Culture Centre.

The festival will be inaugurated by the Al Pari string quartet, who will perform Claude Debussy's String Quartet in G minor, Op.10, and then, together with the clarinetist Bartłomiej Dobrowolski, will present rarely performed works by Aleksander Głazunow and Bernhard Henrik Crusell. The concert "Vocalissimo", which will be held on 25 August at 6.00 p.m. in the Concert Hall of the City of Gardens, will be the only one open to the public. Three distinguished artists of the young generation  Justyna Bujak, Paulina Horajska and Natalia Płonka, accompanied by Mirella Malorny-Konopka, will perform opera repertoire.

The concert entitled "Gitariada" will be performed Jakub Moroziński, Przemysław Religa and Julia Żarnowska  three graduates of the Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music, who will be introduced by prof. Marek Nosal, guitar teacher and the Artistic Director of the Silesian Guitar Autumn. The artists will present a wide range of guitar repertoire, including compositions by John Dowland, Ferdynard Sor, Darius Milhaud, as well as Polish composer Alexander Tansman (Cavatina Suite).

The final concert of this year's "August of Talents" will belong to outstanding pianists of the young generation. Piano recitals recorded at the Katowice Radio Studio will be given by Kamil Pacholec, who, in addition to the works of Fryderyk Chopin, will also perform works by Ignacy Jan Paderewski and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and Andrzej Wierciński, who will play Chopin's pieces.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

DOWNLOAD: Festival Programme

More information athttp://www.silesia.art.pl/strona/sierpientalentow2020

Katowice | Hear us at the Silesian Museum

Sezon Letni

15 August is a special day in Poland – not only because of the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, but also the Feast of the Polish Armed Forces. A few days later falls the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the Second Silesian Uprising, therefore the concert played that day by the musicians of the Silesian Philharmonic as part of the series "Hear us at the Silesian Museum" will present an appropriate programme.

The Silesian Philharmonic Choir, conducted by Jarosław Wolanin, will perform uprising, military and patriotic songs. We will also hear fragments of Broad Waters, Op. 39 by Henryk Mikołaj Górecki, a series of songs based on traditional songs from the collection of Jadwiga Gorzechowska of that title and from Jadwiga Gorzechowska and Maria Kaczurbina’s What It Used to Be Like in Kurpie. The Symphony Orchestra of the Silesian Philharmonic under the baton of Jarosław Wolanin will perform Symphony No. 100 in G major 'Military' by Joseph Haydn, Etude in E major, Op. 10 No. 3 by Fryderyk Chopin in an orchestral arrangement and film music by Wojciech Kilar.

A special part of the evening will be the concert premiere of Three Warsaw Polonaises by an unknown 18th-century author, arranged for chamber orchestra by Szymon Laks, the bandmaster of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Orchestra. In the Nazi camp, performing and listening to Polish and Jewish music was forbidden, but the prisoners, risking their lives, violated this prohibition. In the inhuman conditions of the camp, being in touch with native art gave at least a substitute for humanity. Three Warsaw Polonaises were recorded last year by the New Music Orchestra conducted by Szymon Bywalc, who will also stand on the conductor's podium on 15 August. The recording was made with the financial support of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Victims Memorial Foundation and under the patronage of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum in Oświęcim.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information athttps://filharmonia-slaska.eu/production/sezon-letni-1508/

Katowice | Silesian Uprisings in Memoriam


On 23 August 2020 Marshal of the Silesian Voivodeship Jakub Chełstowski invites you to the Cathedral of Christ the King in Katowice to contemplate the music of the Patron of the Silesian Philharmonic. The concert will commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of the Second Silesian Uprising, which falls on 25 August 2020.

The evening will present one of the most famous works from the second half of the 20th century – Symphony No. 3, Symphony of Sorrowful Songs, Op. 36 by Henryk Mikołaj Górecki. The enormity of emotions, expressed both in the music and text of Górecki's Symphony, will fill the walls of the Katowice temple. The Symphony Orchestra of the Silesian Philharmonic will be conducted by Łukasz Borowicz – the winner of the "Polityka's" Passport, the Corypheus of Polish Music award, the Cyprian Kamil Norwid award and the Tansman award for "outstanding musical personality". The solo part will be performed by soprano Iwona Socha, soloist of the Krakow Opera who cooperates with leading opera and operetta houses in the country, performing in Poland and abroad.

The August concert will be an extremely significant event for Silesia. The celebration of the 100th anniversary of the end of the Second Silesian Uprising will be graced by the music of Henryk Mikołaj Górecki, one of the most important Polish composers of the 20th century who was a Silesian. It will be performed by the Silesian Philharmonic, for which the heritage of the region is particularly important and its promotion is one of the main goals of the institution. Thanks to live streaming, everyone will be able to listen to the concert – not only in the Cathedral, but also at home.

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Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information athttps://filharmonia-slaska.eu/production/powstania-slaskie-in-memoriam/

Lusławice | Emanacje Festival 2020 – Meccore String Quartet


The next concert of the Emanacje Festival in Lusławice will take place on Sunday, 9 August 2020 at 7:00 p.m., presenting works by Beethoven and Penderecki – composers who were crossing the borders, paving new paths, and changing the face of music. In the year of the 250th anniversary of Beethoven's birth and the death of Krzysztof Penderecki, their music takes on a special meaning. The Meccore String Quartet, one of the most outstanding string quartets in Europe, will perform chamber works by both composers.

Beethoven is a unique figure in the history of music, a rebellious artist, eulogist of the revolution, a man full of contradictions. He boldly expressed with sound what for other composers remained unimaginable for a long time. Krzysztof Penderecki expressed a similar attitude. He was constantly surprising and delighting with his music. As noticed by Mieczysław Tomaszewski, it was Penderecki who invented the formula of the necessity to "be rooted twice in the earth and in heaven", he used the labyrinth metaphor as a symbol of the creative path, he dared to say what others perhaps sensed: "We found ourselves at the point where the most creative way is to open the door behind you". Penderecki's phenomenon consisted in the fact that even when he "opened the door behind him", he was still in the avant-garde movement.

Beethoven began working on his first cycle of six quartets, Op. 18 being less than 30 years old. He remained faithful to ​​this genre throughout his life, subjecting it to revolutionary transformations and leading to an unprecedented flourish, the most striking example of which is the Grosse Fuge, Op. 133. Penderecki, like Beethoven, reached for the quartet genre before his thirties. His String Quartet No. 1, which can be described as a small sonorist poem, was written in 1960. The composer introduced surprising and unusual sonic effects strictly according to the rules of the "magic square". String Quartet No. 2 was written 8 years later, also being an expression of innovative explorations in terms of sound. While the aesthetics of the post-war avant-garde believed that the work accepted by the general public was not art, Penderecki was sure that the artist's mission was to create works that would find social resonance and connect people.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Full programme is available at: www.emanacje.pl 

Katowice | Hear us at the Silesian Museum

Muzeum Slaskie

During the next concert of the series "Hear us at the Silesian Museum", on 8 August 2020 at 7.00 p.m., musicians of the Silesian Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra will take us to various nooks and crannies of the musical world.

Thanks to the cooperation of the Silesian Philharmonic with the Silesian Museum and their joint mission of spreading culture, both institutions invite you to musical meetings on every Saturday until 22 August. The next concert at the Fajrant Square of the Silesian Museum will feature two ensembles. Harpist Agnieszka Kaczmarek-Bialic in a duet with oboist Adam Stachula will perform works by Claude Debussy, Camille Saint-Saëns, Witold Lutosławski and Agnieszka Kaczmarek-Bialic herself. The second part of the evening will feature a trombone quartet composed of Grzegorz Kurowski, Mateusz Konopka, Marek Przegendza and Piotr Misiak. The soft and warm sound of the trombones will be a fantastic continuation of the first part of the concert. The quartet will perform diverse arrangements of compositions by Jerry Bock, Irvin L. Wagner and many others.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information at: https://filharmonia-slaska.eu/production/sezon-letni-0808/

Zakopane | 43rd Karol Szymanowski Music Days Festival

Dni Szymanowskiego

The programme of the 43rd Karol Szymanowski Music Days in Zakopane, which will take place between 30 August and 6 September 2020, is focused primarily on the works of Ludwig van Beethoven, Henryk Mikołaj Górecki and Karol Szymanowski.

In 2020, the entire musical world is celebrating the 250th birth anniversary of Ludwig van Beethoven. We can hear the influence of his artistic work in the 20th-century music, the best proof beeing Henryk Mikołaj Górecki's oeuvre. The composer, born in Czernica, drew inspiration from the Master of Bonn on many occasions. His music is also very close to Karol Szymanowski's work. Górecki was a student of Bolesław Szabelski, who was a student of the patron of the festival – in a straight line Górecki continues Szymanowski's musical heritage. Moreover, we cannot ignore the Silesian composer's love for Szymanowski's music and Podhale itself. If we add works by Ludomir Różycki, Ignacy Jan Paderewski and Marcin Jachim (the winner of the 60th Tadeusz Baird Composers' Competition), we get a diverse range of Polish music from the beginning of the 19th century to the beginning of the 21st century, which will be presented during the Festival.

Outstanding performers guarantee perfect interpretations of the achievements of these masters. The festival will be inaugurated by the Dafô Quartet, celebrating its 25th anniversary. We will hear violin recital by Sławomira Wilga, winner of the 1st Prize at the 1st Karol Szymanowski International Music Competition in Katowice, piano recitals by Radosław Sobczak and Eligiusz Skoczylas, concerts of the Silesian Quartet and the Sinfonia Varsovia String Ensemble under the direction of Jakub Haufa. The festival will end with a performance of The Highlander's Dance from Szymanowski's ballet Harnasie, arranged by Wiesław Świderski.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a maximum of 50 people can attend fesival concerts. Starting from 20 August, you can reserve your seat by phone at +48 607 820 795.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Full programme is available at: http://www.szymanowski.zakopane.pl/ 

"Polskie Muzyczki": educational films on Polish composers

Polskie Muzyczki

The idea of ​​a new project "Polskie Muzyczki" ("Polish Women Musicians") is to create a series of educational films devoted to Polish composers, which will be posted on YouTube and Facebook. The premiere of the project will take place on1 August 2020 at 5.00 p.m.

The project was created in response to the needs of the audience participating in joint concerts of clarinetist Barbara Borowicz and pianist Anna Miernik, who promote Polish music and the achievements of Polish composers.

In times of uncertainty for culture, the winners of international competitions temporarily transferred some of their activities to the Internet. The artists want to pursue the idea of ​​"learning through play" –  their short film episodes will contain high-quality content presented in a light and pleasant form of a dialogue. Facts from the history of music will intertwine with funny anecdotes, which will make the materials accesible to an average audience and help to break the "artist-viewer" barrier. Each of the eight episodes will be devoted to a different Polish composer, including Piotr Rytel, Witold Friemann, Antoni Szałowski, Grzegorz Fitelberg, Marcel Chyrzyński, Henryk Mikołaj Górecki and Mikołaj Górecki. The composers themselves – Maciej Zimka, Ewa Fabiańska-Jelińska, Martyna Kosecka and Michał Papara – will take part in a few episodes. The aim of the project is to encourge listeners to participate in live concerts when it is fully possible. 

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Subsequent episodes will be available on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCE6etN2Avl9NSZqMhxwA5Gg 

Lusławice | Emanacje Festival 2020 – Karol Szymanowski Quartet


The outstanding Karol Szymanowski Quartet will start the August edition of the Emanacje Festival in Lusławice. On 1 and 2 August 2020 the ensemble will perform two late string quartets by Krzysztof Penderecki and an early quartet by Ludwig van Beethoven.

Penderecki often emphasided that for him Beethoven was a very important composer. Although he is considered one of the Viennese classics, he definitely went beyond the classical rules of composition. Beethoven revolutionized almost every genre he created, and his string quartets became a special ground for changes. Twentieth-century music developed in a direction far from Beethoven's harmonic and formal patterns, and the string quartet was finally freed from comparisons with the late works of the last classic, becoming a medium of personal expression.

Penderecki's String Quartet No. 3 (2008) follows this trend. The title "Pages from an Unwritten Diary" indicates that the music brings personal confession. Stylistically, the work is in line with the Haydn-Beethoven tradition, representing the neo-romantic chamber music. String Quartet No. 4 (2016) – the last quartet in Penderecki's catalog of works – was written in a similar style. It was composed for the Belcea Quartet, one of the best string quartets in the world. The composer worked on the extended version of the piece until the end of his life. Death interrupted the process of expanding the work, which remained a nostalgic reflection of memory, the symbolic last page of the Artist's sound diary.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Full programme available at: www.emanacje.pl 

Anniversary Concert of the Gliwice Chamber Orchestra online!


The Gliwice Chamber Orchestra Foundation invites you on 27 September 2020 at 7.15 p.m. to the broadcast of the anniversary concert as part of the celebration of the 20th anniversary of the artistic activity of the Gliwice Chamber Orchestra (GOK). The concert will be broadcast on its YouTube channel and Facebook profile, on Radio Katowice and on the website www.gliwickaorkiestra.pl

Gliwice chamber musicians have been pursuing their passion for twenty years, collaborating with well-known conductors and soloists and presenting interesting interpretations of outstanding musical works to the local audiences.

This time, due to the live broadcast, their audience will expand to include online listeners. The programme of the concert will include works by Johann Sebastian Bach, Christoph Willibald Gluck, Joseph Haydn and Mieczysław Karłowicz. The orchestra will be led by a young Polish conductor, Maciej Tomasiewicz, associated with the Archetti Chamber Orchestra of the City of Jaworzna. Maciej Tomasiewicz has collaborated with many outstanding orchestras in the country. He is the only conductor who has twice benefited from the "Conductor-in-residence" programme operated by the Institute of Music and Dance.

The concert is co-financed by the National Centre for Culture as part of the "Culture on the web" programme.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POMIC.

More information at: http://www.gliwickaorkiestra.pl/ 

Łódź | International piano master classes for the second time at the Karol Poznański Palace

BISMABISMA Bacewicz International Summer Music Academy are master classes directed at musicians who want to expand their knowledge and develop skills in piano performance. The courses conducted by Michel Béroff, Claudio Martinez Mehner, Piotr Sałajczyk and Ilya Maximov will take place between 2 and 8 August 2020 in the historical building of the Academy of Music in Łódź. 25 pianists from all over the world will perform live-streamed concerts and take part in the Final Gala with audience participation.

This is the second edition of BISMA, courses organized by the Stretto Music Foundation and the Academy of Music in Łódź. Pianists from Poland, Switzerland, Spain, Romania, France, Italy, Germany, Bulgaria, Australia and Japan will work on their skills in performing wide piano repertoire. Eminent pianists from prestigious European universities will share their experience: Michel Béroff from the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse in Paris (professor of Seong-Jin Cho, the winner of the last Chopin Competition in Warsaw) and Claudio Martinez Mehner from the Hochschule für Musik in Basel and the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz in Cologne. They will be accompanied by artists of the younger generation: Ilya Maximov (Universität Mozarteum in Salzburg) and Piotr Sałajczyk (Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice).

The project includes four concerts by participants, which will be broadcast live on the Academy of Music in Łódź Facebook page. These will be: "Beethoven 2020", "Chopin & Friends" – a concert of representatives of the Polish team for the upcoming 18th International Chopin Competition in Warsaw, and "Pearls of piano music". The courses will end with the Final Gala, during which the four young pianists participating in the project will present their recitals, and the best of them will be awarded the International Grażyna Bacewicz Award. As the only event of this year's edition, the Final Gala will be open to the public. Due to the limited number of seats, the organisers ask all interested music lovers to arrive at least half an hour before the start. The ceremony will be also broadcast online.

In addition to concerts, this year's master classes will be broadcast live!

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information at: http://www.bisma.pl/ 

Warsaw | 34th Warsaw Music Encounters


The 34th Warsaw Music Encounters were cancelled in May 2020 due to the pandemic, however, we know the new date and formula of the festival. Thanks to the collaboration with the PROM Kultury Saska Kępa and the Służew Culture Centre, four chamber concerts will take place on 5, 7, 8 and 9 August at 7.00 p.m. with live broadcast on the Internet.

In the year of coronavarius, Bastarda Trio will present its project Ars moriendi – a musical passage through the ritual of death and funeral in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. Members of the Hashtag Ensemble will perform a premiere Polish-German programme, including new compositions by Wojciech Błażejczyk, Jacek Domagała, Thomas Gerwin, Aleksandra Kaca, Gisbert Naether, Dariusz Przybylski, Jarosław Siwiński and Lothar Voigtländer.

Karolina Mikołajczyk & Iwo Jedynecki will present Polish works for violin and accordion, including premieres of new pieces and compositions dedicated to this excellent duo (Marcin Błażewicz, Andrzej Karałow, Wojciech Kostrzewa, Jacek Sienkiewicz and Ignacy Zalewski). We will also hear very interesting transcriptions of works by Mieczysław Weinberg and Krzysztof Penderecki.

The title of the last concert – "Ars vitae" – should be a good omen for the future. Let the inspiring meeting of Krzesimir Dębski (violin, synthesizer) and Tadeusz Sudnik (electronics) be a symbol of overcoming the first (and hopefully last) pandemic of the 21st century.

All events will be broadcast live on the Internet (www.wsm.art.pl) and will be available to watch on YouTube afterwards. The organisers also invite the audience to participate in the concerts (limited number of seats, no reservations, free tickets), which will take place at the PROM Kultury Saska Kępa (23 Brukselska Street) and Służew Culture Centre (15 J.S. Bacha Street).

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.