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Minsk County's Art Festival 2021

Czas SztukiThe "Czas Sztuki" Foundation invites you to the second concert as part of the Minsk County's Art Festival. Baroque music as well as 20th and 21st centuries works will be performed by an extraordinary violin-accordion trio at the parish square in Dębe Wielkie on 5 September 2021 at 6.00 p.m.

The Minsk County's Art Festival features 13 artistic events in each of the thirteen municipalities of the Minsk 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 scheduled events 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.

The next concert will present the music of Antonio Vivaldi, Jean-Marie Leclair, Alfred Schittke, and Arvo Pärt as interpreted by violinists Katarzyna Boniecka and Maksymilian Grzesiak and accordionist Rafał Łuc.

Admission to all festival events is free! Co-financed from the budget of the Minsk Poviat, Mazowieckie Voivodeship and the PZU Foundation.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

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Warsaw | 6th SuperSam + 1: Edyta Jarząb & Anthony Pateras

Super SamEdyta Jarząb and Anthony Pateras Qba Janicki will perform together on 2 September 2021 at 8 p.m. at the SPATIF club in Warsaw as part of the 6th edition of the "SuperSam + 1 series" of master performances.

“SUPER” in the title means that the programme will be based on renowned artists – masters. “SAM” (from Polish, means „alone”, "by himself/herself") refers to the solo performances as well as the creative loneliness. “+ 1” in the title means that each evening will be crowned with a duo performance. In most cases, the artists will meet on stage for the first time.

Sound artist Edyta Jarząb practices “deep listening” as a starting point for sound activism. She creates audio spheres (among others for dance theatre) using voice, radio waves, field recording and electronics. She co-creates the social radio channel Radio Kapitał in Warsaw. She is the author of poetic radio plays and sound interventions in urban spaces. Her works based on improvisation was presented during 7. Festiwal Canti Spazializatti, Warszawskie Sanatorium Dźwięku, Aerosol Lab in Berlin and exhibition Organica. Zapisy Mechaniczne in Muzeum Sztuki in Łódź. She was a resident of the experimental studio WORM in Rotterdam many times and she is a permanent cooperator of an interdisciplinary platform Q-O2 in Brussels.

Anthony Pateras is a composer, pianist and electronic musician. He holds a Masters & PhD from Monash University, which both researched nexuses of composition, improvisation & electronic music. Pateras has been commissioned by INA-GRM, Radio France, Südwestrundfunk, ensemble]h[iatus and Kitchen Orchestra Stavanger. He has received performances from the Los Angeles Philharmonic, BBC & Toronto Symphony Orchestras, the Australian Chamber Orchestra, Golden Fur and ICE, among many others.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information: http://supersam.mozg.pl 

Warsaw | Jerzy Semkow Polish Sinfonia Iuventus Orchestra: inauguration of the 2021 / 2022 artistic season

POSIThe concert inaugurating the new season of Jerzy Semkow Polish Sinfonia Iuventus Orchestra on 4 September 2021 at 7.30 p.m. in Witold Lutosławski Polish Radio Concert Studio will be conducted by Marek Wroniszewski. The programme includes works by Johannes Brahms and Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov as well as the performance by the violinist Jakub Haufa and cellist Tomasz Strahl, who are among the most outstanding Polish virtuosos of their instruments.

The fairy-tale like, “imagined” Orient has always fascinated Western artists, whilst the publication of successive translations of the masterpiece of Arabic literature (containing tales, legends and anecdotes from various cultural circles of the ancient East) – The Book of One Thousand and One Nights in the 18th and 19th centuries sparkled even a greater interest. Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, a prominent figure of Russian Neo-Romanticism and a master of orchestral colours and effects, also fell under their spell. His four-movement programmatic orchestral suite Scheherazade composed in 1888, which illustrates selected episodes of the cycle, highlights precisely the colour aspect. The work was a great success and served also in ballet and film adaptations, and to this day is regarded as one of Rimsky’s most popular compositions.

Jakub Haufa and Tomasz Strahl will combine their talents in Johannes Brahms’ late masterpiece, the nostalgic, moving and darkly coloured Double Concerto in A minor, his last (of four) pieces in this genre. It was written to express the renewal of his friendship with the great violinist Josef Joachim, which lasted from his youth and was put to various tests. The violinist would perform the composition together with cellist Robert Hausmann under the baton of the composer.

Concert is co-organized by the National Institute of Music and Dance within the framework of its program „Conductor – resident”.

Piotr Maculewicz

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

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

Wrocław | Brave Kids under Wrocław Skies

NFMWe invite you to the concert on 28 August 2021 at 5.00 p.m. of the NFM Boys’ Choir as part of this year's edition of Brave Kids – an educational and artistic project involving children's ensembles and arts groups from around the world! We will hear famous songs from films about the adventures of Professor Ambroży Blot, songs for children composed by Witold Lutosławski, as well as religious compositions.

The first two films with the participation of Mr Blot – Mr Blot’s Academy and Mr Blot’s Travels – were based on a novel by Jan Brzechwa; the third – Mr Blot in Space – was based on the original screenplay. The films were directed by Krzysztof Gradowski, who was also the author of the lyrics to some of the songs to which Andrzej Korzyński wrote the music. During the concert, we will hear such famous hits as: Welcome to our Fairy Tale, Weird Duc, On the Bergamuta Islands.

Although the name of Witold Lutosławski is associated primarily with such works as Venetian Games, Concerto for Orchestra, or Mi parti, an important place in his oeuvre is also occupied by smaller pieces, such as songs written to texts for children. Despite their often ‘childish’ character, the pieces show the composer’s excellent technique, which we will have the opportunity to see during the concert, whose programme will be complemented by religious works performed by the NFM Boys’ Choir. These will include, among others, Alleluia from Exsultate jubilate KV 158 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. You will also hear Howard Goodall's The Lord is my Shepherd. The theme of this song was used in the award-winning BBC comedy series Vicar of Dibley.

Agnieszka Frei

Media partner: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information and tickets are available at: https://www.nfm.wroclaw.pl/en/component/nfmcalendar/event/8654 

Kraków | One of the most important events of the Year of Cyprian Kamil Norwid: premiere of the opera ‘Wanda’ by Joanna Wnuk-Nazarowa

PWMIn the year of Cyprian Kamil Norwid, the PWM Edition and the Kraków Opera together with the Channel 2 of Polish Radio and the Wawel Royal Castle invite you to watch the premiere of the opera Wanda by Joanna Wnuk-Nazarowa to the words of Cyprian Kamil Norwid’s mystery play. The premiere will take place on 10 September 2021 at 8.30 p.m. with the second performance of the play on 11 September on the Arcade Courtyard of the Wawel Royal Castle.

The event is the only so highly ranked undertaking in the Year of Cyprian Kamil Norwid announced by the Sejm of the Republic of Poland on the occasion of the 200th birth anniversary of this poet, writer and playwright. The honorary patronage of the play was taken by the Deputy Prime Minister, the Minister of Culture, National Heritage and Sport, Prof. Dr. hab. Piotr Gliński.

Wanda by Joanna Wnuk-Nazarowa is not only the second finished and staged opera devoted to the legendary Polish ruler worldwide, after Vanda by Antonin Dvořák. It is also the first opera in the catalogue of the composer: the unique musical piece that adapts Norwid’s text to the stage of the opera.

The new opera is an attempt to create an outstanding synthesis of the elements of legends from the ancient history of the city of Kraków, Norwid’s output, cultural contexts of the epoch of Romanticism and, finally, the contemporary music composition, in which rhythm of Polish national dances combined with Proto-Slavic choral singing play the main role. The composer reads Norwid’s values in the contemporary context, encouraging us to give it multidimensional considerations.

The choice of time and place of the premiere of the work is not a coincidence. The Norwid’s mystery play is in fact set at the Wawel Royal Castle and its courtyard. Also there, in the Crypt of the National Poets in the Wawel Cathedral, the symbolic funeral ceremony of Norwid took place twenty years ago, in 2001.

Wanda by Joanna Wnuk-Nazarowa, dedicated to the memory of Jadwiga Halina Gallowa, is also a 70-minute musical work written for large ensemble with solo voices, mixed choir, children’s choir, ballet and symphony orchestra.

The piece was written as part of the "Composing Commissions" programme carried out by the National Institute of Music and Dance.

Justyna Pieszczek-Zadańska

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Information about the tickets: www.opera.krakow.pl 

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Żabia Wola | The Academy of Chamber Music in the Ojrzanów Palace

Przyjaciele MuzykiThe Foundation for Cultural Promotion „Friends of Music” („Przyjaciele Muzyki”) invites duos as well as individual singers and pianists to participate in the Masterclass “The art of classical song for duos” that will take place in the Ojrzanów Palace (Tarczyńska 1, Żabia Wola) between 6-10 September 2021.

The Masterclass aims to deepen the art song interpretation skills, the understanding of chamber music making and the singer-pianist cooperation in a voice and piano duo. The classes will be led by respected artists – prof. Urszula Kryger i prof. Katarzyna Jankowska-Borzykowska.

The Masterclass is for singers and pianists, both students and graduates, without the upper age limit. The Masterclass can be attended by both existing duets as well as individual singers and pianists who will be paired with other participants. The Organizer guarantees 5 classes for each duo between 6 and 10 Sept in accordance with the schedule arranged by the teachers. All classes will be open to all interested Masterclass participants. The Organizer provides full-board accommodation in single or twin rooms in the Ojrzanów Palace. The Masterclass will end in a concert performed by the participants.

Please send your applications with an artistic CV by 20 August 2021 at the latest to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

MORE INFORMATION: Masterclass Rules and Regulations

Gdańsk | Premiere of "The Turbulent History of the Polish Army"

Teatr OtwartyThe Open Theatre in Gdańsk, which celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2021, invites to the premiere of The Turbulent History of the Polish Army on the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the Order of Polonia Restituta. The music and theatre performance will take place at the Artus Court in Gdańsk on 16 October at 6.00 p.m. under the National Patronage of the President of the Republic of Poland, Mr. Andrzej Duda.

The founder and artistic director of the Open Theatre is Dariusz S. Wójcik – a well-known Gdańsk singer, winner of the provincial eliminations of the "Personality of the Year 2020" Plebiscite and the 3rd place in the "Personality of the Year in Poland 2020" in the "culture" category. Dariusz Wójcik is the author of the script and the director of the performance which is dedicated to the Fathers of Polish Independence: Józef Piłsudski, Roman Dmowski, Ignacy Jan Paderewski, Wincenty Witos, Wojciech Korfanty, Ignacy Daszyński, who were awarded the Order of Polonia Restituta and the Order of the White Eagle.

The programme will include patriotic songs that were written in various periods of the struggle for independence and after Poland regained its independence. Works by Wojciech (Albert) Sowiński, Michał Kleofas Ogiński, Kazimierz Hofman, Karol Kurpiński, Władysław Tarnowski, Mieczysław Kozar-Słobódzki, Władysław Piątkiewicz, Adam Kowalski, Alfred Schutz, Witold Rowicki, Andrzej Panufnik, and Albert Harris will be performed in new arrangements by Kamil Cieślik, teacher at the Stanisław Moniuszko Academy of Music in Gdańsk, vice-dean of the Faculty of Conducting, Composition and Music Theory.

Among the performers will be Małgorzata Trojanowska (soprano), Jacek Szymański (tenor), Dariusz S. Wójcik (bass), Rafał Lewandowski (piano), Mea Patria Chamber Ensemble and Male Vocal Ensemble. An integral part of the show will be a historical commentary by an employee of the National Education Office of the Institute of National Remembrance in Gdańsk, as well as beautiful choreographic arrangements presenting Polish national dances performed by dancers of the "Jantar" Song and Dance Ensemble of the University of Gdańsk.

Admission is free, but tickets must be pre-booked at: +48 600 290 214.

Co-financed by the NIEPODLEGŁA Multiannual Programme for 2017-2022 under the "Niepodległa" Subsidy Programme.

Co-financed by the City of Gdańsk.

Patronage: Franciszek Stefczyk Foundation and Argo S.A.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information: www.teatrotwarty.pl 

Lusławice | "Emanacje" Festival 2021: Grand Finale

EmanacjeThe last weekend of August 2021 at the Krzysztof Penderecki European Centre for Music includes three final concerts. On 27 August there will be a final concert of the participants of Adam Sztaba's workshops, on 28 August – the last Chopin recital performed by Marcin Wieczorek, and on 29 August – a concert of the Aukso Orchestra conducted by Marek Moś, which is the culmination of the Festival.

EmanacjeThe concert of the participants of Adam Sztaba's workshops will present the result of weekly intensive rehearsals of the workshop orchestra, composed of young musicians playing both acoustic, electric and electronic instruments. This evening we will hear works by composers and arrangers participating in the workshops as well as Adam Sztaba's own compositions. The concert will be realised in collaboration with the most recognized Polish sound company – GMB Pro Sound.

EmanacjeMarcin Wieczorek from Radom was among 87 pianists qualified for the 18th Chopin Competition. He studied with Ewa Pobłocka and Paweł Wakarecy at the Feliks Nowowiejski Academy of Music in Bydgoszcz, and currently he is studying piano with Stefan Wojtas. He is the winner of the "La Palma d'Oro" competition in Italy (2019), the winner of the 1st prize at the Teodor Leszetycki competition in Germany (2020) and 2nd prize at the "Nuova Coppa Pianisti" competition (2019). The young pianist received a number of prestigious scholarships, performed at concerts and festivals in Europe and North America, and made many recordings for Polish Television and Polish Radio.

Polish contemporary music will dominate the concert programme of the Aukso Orchestra. We will hear Aleksander Lasoń's Hymn and Aria for string orchestra, Andrzej Krzanowski's Symphony No. 2 for 13 string instruments, Eugeniusz Knapik's Islands for chamber string orchestra and Krzysztof Penderecki's Sinfonietta No. 3.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Information about tickets:: www.emanacje.pl 

Lusławice | „Emanacje" Festival 2021: Aleksandra Świgut and Motion Trio

EmanacjeAleksandra Świgut and Motion Trio will perform as part of the "Emanacje" Festival 2021 in Lusławice on 21 and 22 August at 7:00 p.m. The pianist's Chopin recital will take place in the concert hall of the Krzysztof Penderecki European Centre for Music, while the trio will perform at the Arboretum.

EmanacjeAleksandra Świgut studied with Piotr Paleczny at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw, with Wojciech Świtała at the Academy of Music in Katowice, and with David Dolan at the Guildhall School of Music. Currently, she is a PhD candidate at the Academy of Music in Gdańsk. She is a multiple scholarship holder of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, the Franciszek Wybrańczyk Foundation, and the German Jütting Foundation. She is a laureate of piano competitions in Ettlingen, Enschede and New Orleans. In 2018, she received the 2nd prize at the 1st International Chopin Competition on Period Instruments in Warsaw. This year, she will participate in the 18th Chopin Competition.

The accordion trio Motion Trio is the winner of the Grand Prix and First Prize at the 4th Krzysztof Penderecki  International Contemporary Chamber Music Competition in Krakow in 2000. They won the recognition of critics and the public by performing in 44 countries around the world on six continents, including at such prestigious venues as the Carnegie Hall in New York. The ensemble's output includes 13 albums, i.a. Polonium devoted exclusively to Polish music. At the next concert, they will perform for the first time Krzysztof Penderecki's Three Pieces in Old Style in a version for accordion trio, as well as works by Fryderyk Chopin, Grażyna Bacewicz, Wojciech Kilar, Michael Nyman, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and compositions by members of the band – Janusz Wojtarowicz, Marcin Gałażyn and Paweł Lamb.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Information about tickets: www.emanacje.pl 

Music Summer in Subcarpathian Manors

SPMKThe Association of Polish Chamber Musicians returns with the project "Music Summer in Subcarpathian Manors" 2021. The festival will begin with events in Dwór Błotnicki in Dzikowiec (17 and 29 August at 5.00 p.m.), followed by two concerts at Dworek Hupki in Niwiska (17 and 22 September at 4.00 p.m.). Admission to all events is free. The project is carried out with the support of the Subcarpathian Voivodeship.

SPMKThe festival will feature 4 chamber concerts held in unique historic manor houses. The aim of the project is to popularize chamber music, broaden the knowledge of Polish music, promote young artists, as well as promote the gems of Subcarpathian cultural heritage. The proposed programme, performed by outstanding artists – members of the Association of Polish Chamber Musicians, is related to the tradition of manor houses of Polish nobility. Works by outstanding composers, created and performed in the privacy of landowners' residences, remind us of the beautiful tradition of salon concerts. Part of the programme will be devoted to the work of Władysław Żeleński, whose 100th death anniversary falls in 2021. There will also be premieres of new works by Marta Mołodyńska-Wheeler.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

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

Katowice | Evening Music

FSA concert of the Silesian Philharmonic Choir and the Silesian Chamber Orchestra on 27 August 2021 at 7.00 p.m. will be filled with works depicting inspiring night landscapes. The Philharmonic ensembles, led by their artistic directors – Maciej Tomasiewicz and Jarosław Wolanin – will perform compositions by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Robert Schumann, Johannes Brahms, Josef Rheinberger, Romuald Twardowski, Mikołaj Piotr Górecki, Zoltán Kodalya and Luigi Boccherini.

The concert will be opened by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's cheerful Serenade "Eine kleine Nachtmusik", one of his most recognizable pieces. It will be a perfect introduction to the set of works inspired by the mysterious atmosphere of the night: An die Sterne by Robert Schumann, Waldesnacht by Johannes Brahms, Abendlied by Josef Rheinberger, Esti dal by Zoltán Kodaly and Musica notturna della strade di Madrid by Luigi Boccherini.

The Silesian Chamber Orchestra will also perform Romuald Twardowski's Serenade for string orchestra. It is a piece full of humor, pulsating with rhythm and energy, ending with an extremely lively obertas. The subsequent vocal pieces will bring a moment of respite. We will hear, among others, a song to the words of Jan Kochanowski The Guest, sit under my leaf by Mikołaj Piotr Górecki, based on the famous limerick On the Linden Tree.

The concert is held under the patronage of PWM Edition as part of the TUTTI.pl project promoting the performance of Polish music.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information: https://filharmonia-slaska.eu/ 

Krakow | Pan Ton Quartet presents the works of Jerzy Fitelberg

Pan Ton QuartetPan Ton String Quartet in cooperation with the National Museum in Krakow and the Polish Viola Society invites to the 1st Monographic Concert devoted to the chamber music of Jerzy Fitelberg written for string quartet. The concert will take place on 29 August 2021 at 7 p.m. in the Main Building of the National Museum in Krakow. The event accompanies the exhibition "4 x Modernity. Polish National Styles".

During the first concert, the Pan Ton String Quartet will present three of the six pieces for string quartet by Jerzy Fitelberg: Quartet No. 1 (1926), Quartet No. 2 (1928) and Quartet No. 3 (1935-36). The event will also be accompanied by an original lecture by the quartet’s viola player concerning the life and work of this forgotten composer.

The work of Jerzy Fitelberg (1903-1951) is a rediscovered output, in which we can find a unique fusion of styles, trends and creative directions from various European and North American artistic circles seen in the first half of the 20th century. This composer, for reasons that are not fully explained, remains forgotten and underestimated today, despite the fact that his music was often performed at many important festivals and concerts before his death, and received several prestigious awards. One of the aims of this event is to revitalize and popularize this unjustly overlooked figure and creativity. The Pan Ton String Quartet are: Karolina Szymbara, Fabio Salmeri (violin), Paweł Riess (viola), Krzysztof Sadłowski (cello).

Admission to the concert is free. Due to pandemic restrictions, the number of seats remains limited, therefore prior booking is required, which can be made by e-mail (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) or by phone (+48 12 433 57 44).

Both monographic concerts are carried out thanks to the Scholarship of the Polish Minister of Culture, National Heritage and Sport.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information: https://mnk.pl/ 

Wejherowo | ArteFonie Festival

Artefonie The ArteFonie festival, which will be held on 3-5 September 2021, is a new musical event on the map of northern Poland. The festival is organised by the renowned Art'nVoices vocal octet – winner of the Fryderyk 2021 Polish Phonographic Academy Award in the "Album of the Year – Contemporary Music" category.

On the occasion of the 10th anniversary of Art'n'Voices, the ensemble invites you to the first ArteFonie Festival, combining various genres of high culture and presenting the achievements of artists of the young generation. The programme will feature chamber, choral, organ, improvised, as well as folk and jazz music. All events will take place in Wejherowo on the first weekend of September.

The festival opens with a jazz concert related to the project "Cassubia" by Jakub Klemensiewicz and Dominik Kisiel, which was inspired by the songs of the folk artist from Jastarnia – Marian Selin. Saturday evening in the Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Queen of Poland, will be filled with chamber and organ music performed by violinist Maria Perucka and organist Roman Perucki. The final anniversary concert "Art'n'Voices – 10 years on stage" will present compositions by Polish contemporary artists from the Midnight Stories album. Art'n'Voices will also premiere the winning piece of the composition competition organised as part of the ArteFonieFestival. The winner will be selected from among 37 submitted applications.

Admission to all concerts is free!

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Full programme is available athttps://www.facebook.com/ArteFonie-103594345267981 

Lusławice | "Emanacje" Festival: Jakub Kuszlik and Penderecki Youth Orchestra

EmanacjeOn 15 August 2021 at 7.00 p.m. the Penderecki Youth Orchestra – an orchestra founded on the initiative of the Krzysztof Penderecki European Centre for Music – will perform works by Antonin Dvořák, Krzysztof Penderecki and Grażyna Bacewicz. The day before, Jakub Kuszlik will give a Chopin recital.

Jakub Kuszlik was a student of Prof. Katarzyna Popowa-Zydroń at the Feliks Nowowiejski Academy of Music in Bydgoszcz. He is a laureate of national and international piano competitions. In 2019 he won the 2nd prize in one of the most important piano competitions in the United States – the "Hilton Head Piano Competition". The pianist has performed not only in Europe, but also in the United States, Iceland and Japan.

Penderecki Youth Orchestra was established in 2018 by bringing together talented young people aged 16 to 19 associated with Lusławice. By participating in the projects of ​​the Krzysztof Penderecki European Centre for Music, the orchestra supports the institution's mission of being a meeting place for students with masters, young talents with renowned artists. During the upcoming concert, PYO under the baton of Maciej Tworek will present Grażyna Bacewicz's Concerto for String Orchestra, Krzysztof Penderecki's Chaconne from Polish Requiem, and Antonín Dvořák's Serenade for Strings in E major, Op. 22.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Information about tickets: www.emanacje.pl 

Katowice | Summer near NOSPR: Marcin Świątkiewicz & Pola Atmańska

NOSPROn 17-24 August 2021, all those who are impatiently waiting for the new concert season of the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra in Katowice, are invited to the concert series "Summer near NOSPR". This year's programme will be dominated by improvised piano music in two completely different versions.

Marcin Świątkiewicz, an excellent harpsichordist and improviser, will perform in the NOSPR amphitheater on 17 August at 7.00 p.m. Although he specialises in baroque repertoire, the artist often participates in various experimental projects and performs contemporary music. During the upcoming concert, the audience will be offered an improvised journey through history: from the Renaissance ostinato and baroque suite, through fantasies, variations and romantic miniatures, to a contemporary improvised music. The second concert on 24 August will be performed by jazz pianist Pola Atmańska, who is involved in numerous artistic projects, creates music for theatre performances and fashion shows.

We will find out the exact programme of the concerts only when the artists sit down at the instrument. This is what the greatest magic of improvised music is all about – it is always new, always up-to-date, and always arises in dialogue with the environment, audience and the atmosphere of a given moment. Admission free!

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information: https://nospr.org.pl/