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Tłokowo | CLANGOR – Jeziorany Chamber Music Concerts

Klangor The last weekend of August will provide us with the opportunity to experience the beauty of live chamber music, while being surrounded by picturesque local landscapes and historic architecture of the Polish region Warmia. Cellist and music arranger Michał Pepol (born in Olsztyn, Poland), artistic curator of the Clangor – Jeziorany Chamber Music Concerts festival invites prominent Polish musicians: pianist Bartek Wąsik, violinist Izabella Szałaj-Zimak and clarinetist Andrzej Ciepliński to once again collaborate with him on stage during this remarkable musical event.

The concerts will be held on 27-29 August 2021, each day at 7.30 p.m., in the St. Roch Church between Tłokowo and Kramarzewo. There is an intentional association between the festival’s date and its title – Clangor is a word which refers to the cranes’ calls, and the end of August is the usual time in Poland for these birds to gather before they leave for winter. The bird calls’ motif will also appear in the musical works presented at the festival.

Clangor, a three-day event, will celebrate its opening with Michał Pepol’s concert Vox Cellestis. This intriguing title actually refers to a one-hour concert of cello solo music, mixed with electronic sounds, which includes pieces by such composers as Olivier Messiaen, Steve Reich, Paweł Mykietyn and Arvo Pärt. On the second day of the event the guests will have the chance to listen to Olivier Messiaen’s Quartet for the end of time, performed by Michał Pepol (cello), Bartek Wąsik (piano), Izabella Szałaj-Zimak (violin) and Andrzej Ciepliński (clarinet). The eight-movement quartet was written in the concentration camp in Görlitz (presently Zgorzelec), where the composer was imprisoned since 1940. The last festival evening will belong to pianist Bartek Wąsik, who will be performing his own piece Pianokrąg (Pianocircle) – an hour-long composition inspired by the sounds of Polish nature. Pianokrąg is a sort of musical tribute to nature, and – undoubtedly – a perfect culmination for the first edition of the festival, as its very last sounds are accompanied by the crane clangor recorded by the pianist himself while wandering through the meadows of Warmia.

The festival is organised by the Municipal Cultural Center in Jeziorany, Poland. The event is co-financed by the Polish Minister of Culture, National Heritage and Sport as part of the National Center for Culture’s program "Culture – Interventions 2021".

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information at: http://mokjeziorany.pl/ 

Rzeszów, Katowice, Opole | On the trail of Polish composers: Markowicz / Karłowicz

PAF"On the trail of Polish composers: Markowicz / Karłowicz" is a project of the Polish Art Philharmonic orchestra and the Myślenice Cultural Centre. The works of two outstanding composers will be presented on 25-27 August 2021 at 7.00 p.m. at the philharmonic stages in Rzeszów, Katowice and Opole.

The idea behind ​​this concert series is to promote the work of Polish composers and performers, as well as the artistic output of the Polish Art Philharmonic Orchestra, which has been contributing to the development of musical culture in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship and the popularization of Polish music internationally for over 10 years.

The Polish Art Philharmonic Orchestra together with the famous violinist and composer Marcin Markowicz will perform three concerts under the baton of maestro Michał Maciaszczyk. The programme will include Serenade for strings, Op. 2 by Mieczysław Karłowicz – one of the most important figures in the history of Polish music at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries, a master of orchestration and the genre of symphonic poem – and Concerto for violin and string orchestra by Marcin Markowicz. The concerts will be held on 25 August at the Artur Malawski Subcarpathian Philharmonic in Rzeszów, on 26 August at the Henryk Mikołaj Górecki Silesian Philharmonic in Katowice, and on 27 August at the Józef Elsner Opole Philharmonic.

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

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information at: http://concertino.myslenice.pl/ 

15th "August of Talents" National Promotion Festival

Miasto ogrodówOn 22-31 August 2021, Katowice will host the 15th "August of Talents" National Promotion Festival. The Katowice City of Gardens – Krystyna Bochenek Institution of Culture invites you to festival concerts in the spacious Concert Hall at 2 Silesian Parliament Square.

This year, the inauguration of the Festival will be associated with a series of open-air events in the Kościuszko Park entitled „Music Promenade”. On 22 August, four young singers – Sylwia Ziółkowska, Natalia Płonka, Stanisław Napierała and Wiktor Jankowski, accompanied by Mirella Malorny-Konopka on the piano, will present well-known fragments of operas and operettas.

On 24 August, a piano trio composed of Bartłomiej Fraś (violin), Julianna Vinci (cello) and Jim-Isaac Chua (piano) will perform masterpieces of romantic chamber music by Beethoven, Brahms and Schubert. A Chopin piano recital by Jakub Kuszlik – young pianist qualified to the 18th International Chopin Competition held in October this year – will be held on 26 August.

Three pianists – winners of the Piano Competition Online organised by the Elena Aleksiejuk Foundation – will perform on 28 August at the concert co-organised with the Foundation. The youngest laureates from Poland – Bartosz Frydel and Lena Juszkiewicz – will present works by Bach, Bacewicz and Rachmaninow, while a Chinese pianist living in the USA, Xu Guo, will give a Chopin recital.

The final concert of this year’s edition of "August of Talents" will belong to duets. On 31 August, violinist Karolina Górny and pianist Michał Dziewior will present works by Schubert and Wieniawski, and Trefon Gmyrek DUO, composed of Maria Gmyrek (saxophone) and Wojciech Trefon (harp), will perform a varied programme including works by Debussy, Ravel and Piazzolla.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information: http://www.miasto-ogrodow.eu/ 

Bydgoszcz | 4th "Music at the Blumwe Villa" Festival

BlumweThe 4th "Music at the Blumwe Villa" Festival consists of five extraordinary concerts between 19 August and 9 December 2021. Among the invited artists are Krzysztof Meisinger, Paweł Zalejski, Zarębski Piano Duo, Zbigniew Zamachowski and the Herbert Piano Trio.

The festival organised by the Piotr Orawski Foundation offers chamber meetings with music and musicians. The concerts will be held every month, always on Thursdays, this time at Pomorzanin Cinema. Traditionally, they will be accompanied by interviews with artists led by Magdalena Jasińska – editor of Polish Radio PiK, and dr. hab. Bartłomiej Wezner – director of the Festival, at the Jeremi Przybora Concert Studio of Polish Radio PiK. The concerts will be recorded and broadcast on the Piotr Orawski Foundation YouTube channel, as well as retransmitted on Polish Radio PiK on Fridays at 9.06 p.m. in the "Classic Salon" programme.

A concert of competition winners will feature works by Mieczysław Karłowicz. Zarębski Piano Duo will present pieces by Władysław Żeleński and Ignacy Friedman. Bartłomiej Wezner and Paweł Zalejski will perform, among others, works by Zalejski himself. The final concert entitled "Emotions: word and sound" will feature Zbigniew Zamachowski, Herbert Piano Trio (Bartłomiej Wezner, Joanna Kreft, Dominik Płociński) and percussionist Jan Wezner. We will hear, among others, Michał Dobrzyński's 2xH for actor, piano trio, percussion and electronics (2020) to poems by Zbigniew Herbert and fragments of The Book of Job, as well as Rafał Janiak's Sounds of robots for actor, piano trio and percussion (2021) to excerpts from Stanisław Lem's Fables for Robots. The work in tribute to Stanisław Lem on his 100th birth anniversary was created as part of the "Composing Commissions" programme carried out by the National Institute of Music and Dance. And this is only the Polish part of the rich programme of the Festival.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information at: https://www.facebook.com/muzykawwilliblumwego 

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Zielona Góra | 5th Corno – Brass Music Festival

Corno BrassThe 5th Corno – Brass Music Festival will take place on 16–21 August 2021 in Zielona Góra. Six different concerts will feature French horn, trumpet, trombone and tuba in the lead role. The world-famous Czech horn player Radek Baborak will lead the Zielona Góra Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Chilean-Columbian band Los Pitutos will invite us to a Latin music concert.

Corno – Brass Music Festival is a unique event featuring chamber and symphonic concerts, international instrumental workshops, individual and group lessons, classes on healthy body posture, lectures, an exhibition of instruments – all in several locations in Zielona Góra. It is the only festival of this type in Poland, currently the largest both in the country and in this part of Europe. The creators of the festival are Łukasz Łacny and Maciej Baranowski, graduates of the Music School in Zielona Góra. Their contacts with outstanding musicians around the world allow them to invite stars to their hometown.

The inaugural concert on 18 August at the Lubuskie Region Museum will include the world premiere of Paweł Pudło's Hornet attack performed by the Hornet Quartet. The work was created as part of the "Composing Commissions" programme carried out by the National Institute of Music and Dance.

The program of this year's Festival will also include performances by Adam Rapa, Radek Baborak, Andre Schoch, Corno Brass Ensemble, participants of the International Instrumental Workshops conducted by James Thatcher, Andrew Stone-Fewings and Roland Szentpali, concerts at the Venus Planetarium, a promenade concert and a film music concert.

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

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Full programme is available at: http://www.corno.pl/ 

Żarnowiec and Jastarnia | "Missa pro pace" – Concert in Memory of Fr. Krzysztof Stachowski

SedlakaThe Father Professor Włodzimierz Sedlak Foundation invites you to "Missa Pro Pace" – a concert for soprano, baritone, mixed choir, saxophone, accordion, organ and brass band which will be held on 15 August 2021 at 8.30 p.m. in the Church of Annunciation of the Lord in Żarnowiec and on 18 August 2021 at 7.00 p.m. in the Church of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Jastarnia. The event is dedicated to the memory of Fr. Krzysztof Stachowski – the parish priest in Żarnowiec, who died on 5 February 2021.

The title "Missa pro pace" (Mass for peace) refers to the first sentence of the book of Cistercian manuscripts from the 15th century, owned by the treasury of the Benedictine Abbey in Żarnowiec. This source material inspired the composer Adam Diesner to arrange sacred melodies for modern instruments. An attempt was made to establish a dialogue between the past and the future, but also between the artists and the audience. The concert consists of elements of the ordinary of the mass: Introit, Kyrie, Gloria, Graduale, Alleluia, Credo, Offertorium, Sanctus, Agnus Dei and Communio. The experiment adds musical improvisation, interaction with the audience and juxtaposes Latin with the Kashubian language.

During the transcription and studies on the "Żarnowiecki Gradual", a gap in the text was discovered in the Gloria part, which was the reason to incorporate into the arrangement contemporary tropes in Kashubian – a prayer for the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the period of the pandemic by Tomasz Fopke. The idea of ​​the authors was also to symbolically show the dialogue of the Creator and creation at the heart of the composition, in the Credo part.

Adam Diesner's arrangements will be performed by the Lutnia Choir from Luzin, the Fisherman's Brass Band from Jastarnia and soloists – including Tomasz Fopke himself – conducted by Zofia Guz.

The project was co-financed under the "Music" programme, carried out by the National Institute of Music and Dance, and from the resources of the Krokowa Commune.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information: www.fundacjasedlaka.pl 

Lusławice | "Emanacje": Andrzej Wierciński's Chopin recital and Beethoven Academy Orchestra's symphonic concert

EmanacjeThe renowned pianist Andrzej Wierciński and the famous Beethoven Academy Orchestra will perform on 7 and 8 August 2021 at 7.00 p.m. at the Krzysztof Penderecki European Centre for Music Center in Lusławice as part of the "Emanacje" Festival.

EmanacjeChopin recitals, which are an integral part of this year's festival, are a foretaste of the great emotions that await music lovers during the 18th Chopin Competition. On 7 August we will hear Andrzej Wierciński – winner of the 1st prize at the Saint-Priest International Piano Competition (2019) and the Polish Chopin Competition in Warsaw (2015) as well as the 3rd prize at the Hong Kong International Piano Competition (2019). The artist is a laureate of the Franciszek Wybrańczyk Artistic Scholarship, the Sinfonia Varsovia Foundation, the Krystian Zimerman Artistic Scholarship and the Yamaha Artistic Scholarship.

On 8 August the Beethoven Academy Orchestra conducted by violinist Joanna Konarzewska will present works by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Benjamin Britten and Krzysztof Penderecki, with whom the orchestra was particularly associated. We will hear Penderecki's Serenade for string orchestra. The composer repeatedly praised the high artistic level of the orchestra, saying: “I am touched by the commitment of the ensemble. It is not just a performance (...) there is something more to it ... ”.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information and tickets are available at: www.emanacje.pl 

9th Lower Silesian Music Festival "Searching for harmony"

Dolnośląski FestiwalThe organist Krzysztof Karcz and trombonist Tomasz Stolarczyk will inaugurate the 9th Lower Silesian Music Festival on 1 August 2021 at 7.00 p.m. in the church of Church the of Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The Festival will run from August, through September to October.

The leitmotif of this year's edition of the Lower Silesian Music Festival is "Searching for harmony" – the last year has shown how important art, music and word are to all of us. The 100th anniversary of Władysław Żeleński's death in 2021 also influenced the festival programme. Żeleńki's works will be performed at each of the concerts.

The upcoming events are two August concerts in the interiors of baroque churches in Polanica-Zdrój and Stary Wielisław. On 1 August, we will hear the original organ-trombone duo: Krzysztof Karcz and Tomasz Stolarczyk will present the work Holy God by Żeleński, as well as Komm, Gott Schopfer heiliger Gheist BWV 667 and Prelude and Fugue in G minor BWV 558 by Johann Sebastian Bach and Largo by Georg Friedrich Handel. On 22 August, the violinist Karol Lipiński and organist Adam Klarecki will perform at 7.00 p.m. in the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Sorrows in Stary Wielisław.

The concerts in September and October will feature such virtuosos as cellist Jan Kalinowski, pianist Marek Szlezer and organist Mateusz Rzewuski.

Admission to all concerts is free!

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information: https://www.facebook.com/DolnoslaskiFestiwalMuzyczny 

Lusławice | Music of Chopin and Penderecki at the "Emanacje" Festival

Emanacje The next concerts as part of the 9th "Emanacje" Festival will be held at the Krzysztof Penderecki European Centre for Music in Lusławicn on the weekend of 31 July and 1 August 2021. We will hear the PRIMUZ Chamber Orchestra and the outstanding pianist Piotr Alexewicz.

On 1 August at 7:00 p.m. the PRIMUZ Chamber Orchestra will present works form the canon of "20th-century classics" – the music of Grażyna Bacewicz and Krzysztof Penderecki and a composition written especially for the ensemble – Fab Four by Wojciech Lemański. This repertoire seems to break barriers between what is traditional and modern; between classical music and valuable rock and jazz music. The PRIMUZ Chamber Orchestra was established in 2012. It consists of talented students and graduates of the Academy of Music in Łódź. The founder, artistic director and conductor of the ensemble is Łukasz Błaszczyk, an outstanding Polish violinist and chamber musician, who has been associated with the Łódź academy for many years.


On the eve of this event, on 31 July, there will be a recital by the outstanding pianist Piotr Alexewicz – two-time winner of the Polish National Chopin Piano Competition in 2017 and 2020, participant of this year's 18th Chopin Competition in Warsaw. Currently, Piotr is a student of Paweł Zawadzki at the Karol Lipiński Academy of Music in Wrocław. The pianist has performed at international festivals: "Chopin and His Europe" in Warsaw, 73rd and 75th International Festival in Duszniki Zdrój, Gdańsk Music Festival, 36th Festival Chopin a Paris "Hommage a Clara Schumann". Moreover, he performed at the prestigious International Classical Music Awards – NOSPR in Katowice or at the Andre Malreaux Theatre Municipial in Paris. In 2019, his debut album with works by Liszt, Beethoven, Chopin and Ravel was released by the Fryderyk Chopin Institute.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Detailed information and tickets are available at: www.emanacje.pl 

Toruń | 100th anniversary of the Pomeranian Music Society: Young Music Festival 2021

PTMThe Pomeranian Music Society in Toruń celebrates its 100th anniversary with a special edition of the Young Music Festival, which will run from 10 to 18 September 2021.

The festival is a continuation of social concerts that have been held regularly since 2012. This year's edition will celebrate the anniversary of one of the most important music associations operating in the region since 1921. One of the most important achievements of the Pomeranian Music Society is the establishment of the Music Conservatory, the present Music School Complex. From the very beginning, the society has been organizing concerts, promoting high culture, developing and disseminating music culture and artistic education.

The programme will include premieres and works by various generations of artists associated with Toruń, inclusive of young composers. We will hear classical, new, carillon, electroacoustic and jazz music, as well as literary songs. Two monographic concerts will be dedicated to the memory of Bogusław Schaeffer and Piotr Perkowski. In addition, the festival will feature events promoting young instrumentalists, concerts and meetings with outstanding artists from all over Poland, including Piotr Moss from Toruń, an exhibition, "Electro-Legends" workshop, and an anniversary publication.

Outstanding soloists, ensembles and orchestras will perform, including Krzysztof and Jakub Jakowicz, Gabriela Szendzielorz, Sepia Ensemble, Toruń Symphony Orchestra conducted by Dainius Pavilionis and Cappella Gedanensis conducted by Rafał Kłoczka.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information: http://www.ptm.info.pl/ 

Katowice | NOSPR Academy – 2021/2022 season

NOSPRThe NOSPR Academy is an original scholarship and mentoring programme that prepares young musicians to play with an orchestra and to function in the realities of the contemporary music market. Recruitment will begin on 15 July 2021 and will continue until 15 September 2021.

It is addressed to violinists, violists, cellists and double bass players between 18 and 30 years of age who want to gain orchestral experience alongside musicians of one of the most renowned Polish symphonic orchestras.

The NOSPR Academy includes individual lessons with NOSPR musicians and the care of mentors – leaders of individual sections of the orchestra. In addition, programme participants will have the opportunity to learn about the organisational functioning of the institution. They will be able to use this knowledge during preparations for the June chamber concert of the "Young Stage" series, which they will be responsible for organising and programming.

Media partner: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Application Form is available at: https://bit.ly/3wGedp6 

Kałuszyn | Inauguration of the 4th Mazovian Musical Meetings Without Barriers

Czas sztukiThe "Czas Sztuki" Foundation invites you on 25 July 2021 at 9.00 p.m. to the inauguration of the 4th Mazovian Musical Meetings Without Barriers. The Ludwik Sarski Orchestra will perform original improvised music for the 1917 film Bestia (The Polish Dancer) by Aleksander Hertz on the open-air stage of the Cultural Centre in Kałuszyn (Kilińskiego Square).

Ludwik Sarski Orchestra was founded on the initiative of two multi-instrumentalists and composers: Damian Szymczak and Piotr Tomala. In their improvisations, they combine styles related to contemporary music, jazz, klezmer music and tango. The ensemble successfully performs in Poland and abroad, presenting their original compositions live to silent films by Buster Keaton, Charlie Chaplin, Roman Polański and others. In May, DUX released their debut album – Ols the Kid, which is a tribute to Chaplin's work.

The 4th Mazovian Musical Meetings Without Barriers will be inaugurated with a screening of Aleksander Hertz's Bestia with live music. The film tells the tragic story of a love triangle: a young artist and her two lovers, former and new, married to another woman. The role of the artist is played by Pola Negri, the greatest star of Polish cinema at the time. The film is the oldest surviving film with the actress and one of nine films she made for the Sfinks studio.

8 artistic events are scheduled as part of the 4th Mazovian Musical Meetings without Barriers, including concerts with classical music, premieres of new works by Dawid Pajdzik and Bartosz Kowalski, and a music-poetry meeting. The events within the series will take place from July to December 2021 at the Cultural Centre in Kałuszyn, the House of Creative Work "Reymontówka" in Chlewiska, the Church of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Seroczyn, at the Liw Castle and the Łochów Palace.

Admission to all events is free! Co-financed by the Minister of Culture, National Heritage and Sport from the Culture Promotion Fund.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

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Wrocław | Cellos meet Chopin

NFMThe International Cello Academy (ICA) is one of the few events in Europe aimed at cellists from all over the world. ICA was created to bring the world of cello ensembles closer to the audience and to support talents wishing to master their playing on this instrument. The concert in the frames of the ICA 2021 will be held at the National Forum of Music in Wrocław on 2 July 2021 at 8.00 p.m.

The founder and organiser of the International Cello Academy is the Polish Cello Quartet. It was established in 2011 on the initiative of prominent Polish cellists: Tomasz Daroch, Wojciech Fudala, Krzysztof Karpeta, and Adam Krzeszowiec. Their repertoire includes mainly works originally composed for a cello quartet.

The July concert will begin with Fryderyk Chopin’s compositions arranged especially for the Polish Cello Quartet. Then we will hear Louange à l'Éternité de Jésus (The Praise to Eternity of Jesus), the fifth movement of Olivier Messiaen's Quatuor pour la fin du temps. The fragment that will be presented during the concert is a slow, wistful cello cantilena against the steady piano chords (which will be replaced by the cello ensemble).

The concert will end with the premiere of Sentieri interrotti (Trails Interrupted) – a piece by the Italian composer Francesco Bottigliero. It is a work for four solo cellos and cello orchestra. This piece was created as part of the „Composing Commissions” programme, realised by the National Institute of Music and Dance.

Media partner: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information: https://www.nfm.wroclaw.pl/en/component/nfmcalendar/event/8600 

Lusławice | Concert marathon as part of the "Emanacje" festival

LuslawiceA concert marathon will take place on 21-25 July 2021 at 7.00 p.m. as part of the "Emanacje" festival at the Krzysztof Penderecki European Centre for Music!

Jazz music as part of the Seifert Jazz Days (The Owl, RGG, Dawid Lubowicz Quartet, EABS), a Chopin recital by Zuzanna Pietrzak and a choral music concert performed by Cracow Singers. The richness of styles and performance diversity, an interesting repertoire, as well as unique artists will provide unusual experience during Lusławice meetings with live music.

The marathon programme includes, among others, Totus tuus by Henryk Mikołaj Górecki, Niech Jezus Chrystus from Six Kurpie Songs by Karol Szymanowski and O gloriosa Virginum and Agnus Dei from Missa brevis by Krzysztof Penderecki.

The height of summer is the perfect time to visit the Lusławice park, the arboretum and the multimedia exhibition located in the Centre. Visiting is possible on all days before the concerts.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information and tickets are available at: www.emanacje.pl 

Wigry | 3rd "Kamedulskie Wigry" Chamber and Organ Music Festival

JAXThe JAX Association together with the Marshal of the Podlaskie Voivodeship invite you to the 3rd Festival of Chamber and Organ Music "Kamedulskie Wigry". Festival concerts will be held on selected Sundays from 25 July to 18 September 2021 in the 17th-century Post-Camaldolese Monastery in Wigry.

Ahead of us is a journey into the world of various forms, musical styles and interesting acoustic effects. We will hear the solo organ, as well as the chords of the king of instruments with the violin, oboe or a rarely presented traditional bazuna – a Kashubian musical instrument. Among the performers there will be recognized artists who have been actively involved in cultural life for many year: Piotr Rojek, Gedymin Grubba, Paweł Gruba, Róża Lorenc, Wiktor Brzuchacz, Rafael Gabriel Przybyła, Dariusz Hajdukiewicz. The whole event will end with a performance of the Concert Orchestra of the Representative Artistic Ensemble of the Polish Army.

Music lovers will also be able to get to know the box organ. Currently, such instruments are truly unique – in Europe we can find only five of them, including one in Poland. It was made in imitation of Baroque instruments by the Johannes Kircher manufactory of Heidelbereg, and soon the organ will be heard in a post-Camaldolese temple.

The concert programme includes works from early baroque to 20th-century music. There will also be elaborate organ improvisations on well-known and liked melodies. This year's festival will be enriched by the promotion of Polish musical literature, which delights with its composition artistry, depth of expression and a variety of moods. A Polish accent will accompany each concert. We will hear music by Michał Kleofas Ogiński, Stanisław Moniuszko, Władysław Żeleński, Feliks Nowowiejski as well as songs from the Sapieżyński Album.

Admission to the concerts is free!

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Full programme: https://festiwal.wigry.pro/program-2021/