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Opole | Opera at Philharmonic: "The Haunted Manor"

FOAs part of its 70th anniversary season, the Józef Elsner Opole Philharmonic invites you on 10 December 2021 at 7.00 p.m. and on 11 December 2021 at 6.00 p.m. to the concert performances Stanisław Moniuszko's The Haunted Manor.

The action of the four-act opera composed to the libretto by Jan Chęciński takes place in the first half of the 18th century. It tells the sotry about two brothers, Zbigniew and Stefan, who – after having finished their service in the army – return to their homeland with the intention to remain bachelors. The author of the work, despite the experience of studying and working abroad, made the decision to return to his homeland (which at that time did not exist on maps), and through his operas he criticized the society and illustrated social conflicts. The Haunted Manor, written at the beginning of the 1860s, became a patriotic manifesto, and for this reason it was banned by the censorship.

This legendary work will be performed by the Opole Philharmonic Orchestra and the Silesian Opera Choir under the baton of Tadeusz Kozłowski, who this year celebrates the 50th anniversary of his artistic activity. As soloists will perform: Aleksandra Kubas-Kruk (Hanna), Monika Ledzion-Porczyńska (Jadwiga), Paweł Skałuba (Stefan), Adam Woźniak (Zbigniew), Anna Borucka (Cześnikowa), Leszek Skrla (Miecznik), Wołodymyr Pańkiw (Skołuba), Albert Memeti (Damazy), Stanisław Duda (Maciej), Iwona Noszczyk (Marta), Michał Bagniewski (Grześ), Jolanta Wyszkowska (Old Woman).

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Ticket Information: https://filharmonia.opole.pl/ 

Kraków | Krzysztof Penderecki in Memoriam: Students and Friends in Tribute to the Master

SCA unique concert of Sinfonietta Cracovia dedicated to the memory of Krzysztof Penderecki on his 88th birth anniversary will be held on 25 November 2021 at 7.30 p.m. at the St. Florian's Basilica in Krakow. The orchestra under the baton of Jurek Dybał will present pieces by Professor's friends and students: Joanna Wnuk-Nazarowa, Mladen Tarbuk, Marcel Chyrzyński and Jeajoon Ryu.

Krzysztof Penderecki, for over 60 years associated with the Academy of Music in Krakow, bearing his name today, educated many outstanding composers. Among his students were Marek Stachowski, Stanisław Radwan, Joanna Wnuk-Nazarowa, Abel Korzeniowski, and graduates of doctoral studies: Zaid Jabri and Karol Nepelski.

The concert will open with a piece by Marcel Chyrzyński, who studied instrumentation with Penderecki. Dedicated to the Master, Adagio for strings is a suggestive and gloomy work commissioned by the Silesian Philharmonic in the framework of the #stay at home and create! project, organised together with PWM Edition. In the last fragment, the composer refers to the Adagio movement from Penderecki's 4th Symphony "Adagio". Sinfonietta per archi is another piece dedicated to Penderecki, written by the Korean composer Jeajoon Ryu, who studied under the composer until 1995. Tombeau de Penderecki, a four-part musical homage paid to Penderecki by the Croatian conductor and composer Mladen Tarbuk, alludes to the French tradition. Joanna Wnuk-Nazarowa's Quintetto per archi in the version for string orchestra (2021) is also dedicated to Krzysztof Penderecki, who was the composer's teacher until 1974.

At the end we will hear Penderecki's two-movement Serenade for string orchestra (1996-97). It consists of Passacaglia (marked as part II) and melodious Larghetto (part III). The composer wrote the pieces for Lucerne Festival Strings and dedicated it to the ensemble's conductor – Rudolf Baumgartner.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

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More information: www.sinfonietta.pl 

Warsaw | Adam Bałdych & Sinfonia Iuventus

POSIA concert of Adam Bałdych and his excellent quartet alongside the Jerzy Semkow Sinfonia Iuventus Orchestra under the baton of Szymon Bywalec will take place on 4 December 2021 at 7.00 p.m. at the Witold Lutosławski Concert Studio of Polish Radio in Warsaw.

Adam Bałdych, violinist and composer, called "a child prodigy of violin", started his career at the age of 14. Soon he was hailed an innovator combining the achievements of classical music with contemporary improvised violin. In his recent pieces, composed for renowned orchestras, there are clearer references to classical music.

In 2019, on commission from AUKSO orchestra, he composed Early Birds Symphony for the auksodrone festival. Teodor, on the other hand, was composed for his son, born in the summer of 2020. Adam Bałdych ran the project with his wife – vocalist Kari Sál, and with Krzysztof Dys, Michał Barański and Dawid Fortuna, who are members of his ensemble, Adam Bałdych Quartet. The artist decided to go back to the years of his childhood and draw inspirations from the exceptional atmosphere of the 1980s. It was not only the time of the explosion of synthetic sounds and provocative music projects, but also the golden era of Polish Jazz represented by such eminent musicians as Tomasz Stańko, Michał Urbaniak or Zbigniew Namysłowski. The 80s, marking the decline of the Polish People’s Republic, abounded in rebellious compositions and avant-garde peregrinations, both in jazz and classical music.

Piotr Maculewicz

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information: www.sinfoniaiuventus.pl 

Warsaw | "Tell me a Story" – free improvisation workshops for children

PTMWThe Polish Society for Contemporary Music invite you to the free improvisation workshops for children "Tell me a story" on 27 November 2021 at 11.00 a.m. at the Local Activity Centre (14 Kłobucka St., Warsaw).

The main idea of ​​the project is to trigger graphic-inspired improvisations. Children will create their own stories based on picture books. The improvised fairy tales will be then "translated" into musical language under the guidance of class teachers. Improvisation is the most basic, primary and joyful form of music performance, which is why the workshops combine children's creativity and imagination with books and contemporary music.

The workshops will be conducted by harpist Agata Galik, composer and pianist Jarosław Siwiński, and double bass player and children's event organiser Małgorzata Kołcz.

Children aged 3-8 will learn, play and improvise in the company of their parents. In addition to improvising and playing with books, children will learn various techniques of producing sound, which expose its color and dynamic values, and will also have a chance to play percussion instruments on their own. Classes last about 90 minutes with a short break.

The number of places is limited, please register in advance via the form https://forms.gle/VQwccJJED4XJMPzY7 or by e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

The event is co-financed by the Capital City of Warsaw Warsaw.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

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Kraków | Polish Patriotic Song Competition "Every Pole Plays and Sings for Poland"

Dom HarcerzaThe 2nd edition of the Polish Patriotic Song Competition "Every Pole Plays and Sings for Poland" will be held in a stationary mode on 20-21 November 2021.

The aim of the competition is to cultivate the cultural heritage, broaden the knowledge of Polish musical culture and cultivate the tradition of performing Polish patriotic songs together. The competition is organised by the Youth House of Culture "Dom Harcerza", "Debiuty" Song Studio and "Canzonetta" Voice Emission Studio. The event is co-organized by the Council and the Board of the V Krowodrza District. The honorary patronage over the event was taken by the Institute of Musicology of the Jagiellonian University and the Krzysztof Penderecki Academy of Music in Krakow.

Last year the contest was organised online and its popularity exceeded the expectations of the organisers. A total of 734 participants took part in the competition, supervised by 297 teachers. 12,816 votes were cast in the vote for the Audience Award. The competition recordings lasted a total of 26 hours. This year's edition is planned in a stationary mode, in compliance with the sanitary regime.

Soloists, vocal ensembles, instrumental ensembles and vocal-instrumental ensembles may enter the competition. Participants can compete in three age groups: younger (6-8), middle (9-12) and older (13-18).

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information: https://www.mdk-dh.krakow.pl/konkursy/1025-konkurs-piosenki-patriotycznej-2021 

Kraków | Polish Music for Voice and Piano

Dom HarcerzaThe concert "Polish music for voice and piano" will be held on 26 November at 7 p.m. as part of a series of events related to the Independence Day.

The concert's repertoire will include songs by leading composers of this genre – Fryderyk Chopin, Stanisław Moniuszko, Mieczysław Karłowicz and Władysław Żeleński performed by the soprano Annika Mikołajko-Osman. A graduate of the Academy of Music in Kraków and the Academy of Music in Katowice, she made her solo debut on the stage of the Krakow Philharmonic in the opera Peleas and Melisande under the baton of Gabriel Chmura. She performs opera, operetta, oratorio and choral music, specialising mostly in contemporary music.

The concert also includes the performance of one of the forgotten pieces by Eugeniusz Pankiewicz and the premiere of a composition by Karol Osman, created especially for this occasion. The composer graduated from the Academy of Music in Krakow. His works have been distinguished in renowned international composers' competitions and performed at numerous festivals in Poland and abroad, including the USA and France.

We will also hear piano pieces by Ignacy Jan Paderewski, Fryderyk Chopin and Karol Szymanowski performed by Radosław Goździkowski, also a graduate of the Academy of Music in Krakow.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More informationhttps://www.mdk-dh.krakow.pl/aktualnosci/1031-koncert-muzyka-polska-na-glos-i-fortepian 

Gdańsk | Concert to Celebrate the Year of Mieczysław Fogg

FoggIn 2021, the Open Theatre in Gdańsk celebrates its 25th anniversary. On the occasion of the Year of Mieczysław Fogg, the institution organises a concert to celebrate his 120th birth anniversary. The concert will be held on 20 November 2021 at 6.00 p.m. at the Artus Court in Gdańsk.

Mieczysław Fogg was the most popular performer of the evergreen To ostatnia niedziela (The Last Sunday, 1935). During the upcoming concert, Jerzy Petersburski's piece will be performed in Hebrew. The programme will also include other well-known pieces from the repertoire of Mieczysław Fogg, composed by Henryk Wars, Władysław Daniłowski, Stanisław Ferszko, Julian Front, Artur Gold, Zygmunt Karasiński, Szymon Kataszek, Albert Harris, Zygmunt and Adam Lewandowski.

The concert will be performed by Dariusz Wójcik – a singer awarded with the honorary distinction "Złoty Liść Retro" (Golden Leaf Retro) 2013 by the Fogg Family in recognition of his artistic merits and achievements, as well as for maintaining traditions and popularising the works of the interwar period. In 2020, the Minister of Culture and National Heritage awarded Dariusz Wójcik with the Medal for Merit to Culture – Gloria Artis. The soloist will be accompanied by Cuarteto Re! Tango ensemble composed of: Paweł A. Nowak (bandoneon), Łukasz Perucki (violin), Paweł Zawada (piano), Sebastian Wyszyński (double bass).

Co-financed by the City of Gdańsk.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

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Gdańsk | 7th "New Waves" Contemporary Music Festival

ZKPChamber music will dominate the programme of the 7th "New waves" Contemporary Music Festival, which will be held on 22-27 November 2021 at the Baltic Culture Centre and the Stanisław Moniuszko Academy of Music in Gdańsk.

Chamber music owes its populatiry not only to the greater mobility and flexibility of small instrumental and vocal ensembles, but also to the demand of composers, inspired by experiments with the human voice and instruments. Some artists explore already known combinations, others write for unconventional sets of instruments and obtain surprising results by exploiting the difference in the mobility of voices or instruments, separate characteristics of their tuning, specific sound in individual registers and different acoustic conditions. The collaboration between a composer and a chamber musician is usually very personal and specific; the performer, who knows his instrument very well, sometimes becomes a co-creator of the piece.

This year's festival will feature both pieces for classical ensembles (oboe and piano, flute and piano), and those for unusual combinations of instruments (accordion and harpsichord, accordion and string quartet, various types of flutes). The final concert will be performed by an excellent Gdańsk vocal octet, Art'n'Voices. The programme of the Festival will highlight performers and composers from Gdańsk and Pomerania. Traditionally, debutants will perform alongside renowned artists. For the seventh time, new music will be presented at the Old Town Hall and the Gdańsk Music Academy, brightening dark November evenings.

Co-financed by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage from the Culture Promotion Fund as part of the "Music" programme implemented by the National Institute of Music and Dance.

Admission to all concerts is free!

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Full programmehttps://2021.nowefale.pl/ 

Katowice | 9th Festival of Premieres at NOSPR – November premieres!

NOSPRPremieres of new works by Polish composers will take place on 20, 22 and 26 November 2021 at 7.30 p.m. during the 9th edition of the Festival of Premieres at the NOSPR. The organisers invite you to jointly discover the latest musical works of our composers!

On 20 November, the Camerata Silesia Katowice City Singers' Ensemble conducted by Anna Szostak will perform Krzysztof Wołek's Paradiso for mixed choir and live electronics (with the composer), Romuald Twardowski's Sacrum – Profanum for mixed a cappella choir, Aleksander Nowak's Hevel for mixed chamber choir and Paweł Łukaszewski's Christus Vincit for 2 mixed choirs and organ (with Michał Goławski at the organ).

On 22 November, we will have a chance to experience an extraordinary event under the supervision of the director Pia Partum – the premiere of a unique radio play How to say it ... by Tadeusz Wielecki for soprano, two actors, chamber orchestra and electronics. The musicians of the New Music Orchestra and great soloists: soprano Joanna Freszel, actors – Jędrzej Wielecki and Matylda Damięcka, and Barbara Okoń-Makowska on electronics will take us into the musical world of Tadeusz Wielecki.

On 26 November, the world-famous Klangforum Wien ensemble conducted by Titus Engel will premiere PhonoPhantomatics – a piece by Cezary Duchnowski for an instrumental ensemble and live electronics inspired by the works of Stanisław Lem, and 3x3 by Agata Zubel for 9 instruments. As the composer points out, "Three times three, words – phrases – contexts, are a form that predicts development".

Co-financed by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage from the Culture Promotion Fund as part of the "Composing Commissions" programme implemented by the National Institute of Music and Dance.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Ticket Informationhttps://nospr.org.pl/pl 

Katowice | Anu Tali at NOSPR

NOSPRLudomir Michał Rogowski and Dora Pejačević will be the heroes of the next subscription concert at the NOSPR Concert Hall on 19 November 2021 at 7.30 p.m. The legacy of these two outsiders has only recently come back into favor with music lovers.

Ludomir Michał Rogowski was fascinated by psychology, the occult and Indian philosophy, worked with theatres, and produced his own literary works. Dora Pejačević was fluent in five languages, studied musicological, philosophical and political texts, and read classics in the original language. The output of both these indomitable turn-of-the-century personalities long remained forgotten.

The experimental musical language of Rogowski, a Lublin-born composer for whom Slavic culture possessed more links to the ancient East than to the West, failed to win approval in Poland, and the composer spent a considerable part of his life in a monastery in sunny Dubrovnik. There he wrote his Impressions of Dubrovnik, which will be performed during the concert. Although brought up in the family palace, Pejačević, who composed the first Croatian works for orchestra, took a critical view of the aristocracy, for which the sole concern was losing a game of bridge. A self-taught composer, she nursed wounded soldiers during the war and, seeing her relatives’ indifference to the suffering of her compatriots, abandoned the social elite for good. Her wartime experiences inspired her Symphony in F sharp minor, Op. 41, considered to be the first established Croatian symphony work.

That evening the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra will be conducted by the outstanding Estonian conductor Anu Tali. Editor Jakub Puchalski (Polish Radio Chopin) will discuss the pieces performed under her baton before the concert, at 6:30 p.m. in the NOSPR chamber hall.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Ticket Information: https://nospr.org.pl/pl/kalendarz/nospr-anu-tali 

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

AKThe "Friends of Music" Culture Support Foundation invites duets, as well as individual opera singers and pianists, to participate in the masterclasses "The Art of Song", which will be conducted by Prof. Urszula Kryger and Prof. Katarzyna Jankowska-Borzykowska at the Ojrzanów Palace (1 Tarczyńska St., Żabia Wola) on 6-11 December 2021. The deadline for submitting applications is 30 November.

It is the only masterclass of this type aimed at deepening the art of song interpretation, chamber music making and collaboration of singer and pianist in a vocal duet.

The masterclasses are open to opera singers and pianists – students of the last years of secondary music schools as well as students and graduates with no upper age limit, who will work in duets with other students during the course.

The course includes 5 lessons for each duo, which will be held between 6 and 11 December according to the schedule set by the teachers. Lessons will be open to all interested course participants. The course will end with a concert performed by the participants.

The organiser provides full-board accommodation in single or double rooms at the Ojrzanów Palace.

Please send your applications with an art resume (max. 2000 characters) and the programme you want to work on during the masterclass by 30 November 2021 to the following e-mail address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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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Warsaw | Polish Sinfonia Iuventus Orchestra: Concert in memory of Prof. Piotr Baron

POSI The programme of the Jerzy Semkow Polish Sinfonia Iuventus Orchestra's concert on 20 November 2021 at 7 p.m. at the Witold Lutosławski Polish Radio Concert Studio will feature a unique Silesian accent in the form of a musical tribute to Prof. Piotr Baron, an outstanding researcher who popularised the music of his region, a respected pedagogue (who lectured, among others, at the State Higher Vocational School in Nysa), the founder and director of the Silesian Composers’ Festival, and a conductor, organist, composer and art therapist, whose premature death on 24 July 2020 was mourned by the regional and national musical community.

The annals of music history include many aristocrats who were gifted with true musical talent and highly valued as composers, including Count Bolko von Hochberg, born into a powerful family that for centuries ruled vast estates in Silesia, among them Książ Castle. In his time, he was a respected author of operas, songs and chamber works (published under the pseudonym Johann Heinrich Franz), who also held important positions, incl. as Intendant of the Royal Theatre Institute in Berlin. His now somewhat forgotten work, maintained in the late-Romantic spirit, is being rediscovered thanks to the efforts of his family and Polish musicologists. A contemporary performance of his Piano Concerto in C minor will be interpreted by respected pianist and chamber musician Zofia Antes, who performs in Poland and abroad and works, among others, at the Institute of Music of the University of Warmia and Mazury.

The Jerzy Semkow Polish Sinfonia Iuventus Orchestra conducted by Marek Wroniszewski will also perform Felix Mendelssohn's Overture to A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 21 and Johannes Brahms' Symphony No. 1 in C minor.

Piotr Maculewicz

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information: https://sinfoniaiuventus.pl/

Winners of Coryphaeus of Polish Music Award 2021 Were Announced!!


The winners of the 11th edition of the Coryphaeus of Polish Music Award, organised by the National Institute of Music and Dance from the funds of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage, were announced on 14 November 2021 at the Awards Gala on TVP Kultura. The ceremony was broadcast live on TVP Kultura and on the Internet.

The awards went to:

  • in the "Honorary Award" category: Lidia Grychtołówna – for lifetime artistic activity;
  • in the "Discovery of the Year" category: Kinga Głyk – bass guitarist, for virtuosity in playing the bass guitar, achieving success on European stages and continuing the tradition of outstanding jazz bassists;
  • in the "Personality of the Year" category: Aleksander Nowak – composer, for a number of world premieres in the 2020/2021 season, with particular emphasis on the premiere of lo firgai. Mask by Klangforum Wien and Agata Zubel in Vienna;
  • in the "Event of the Year" category: publication of Danuta Gwizdalanka's book The Seducer. A Thing About Karol Szymanowski – for an intriguing and insightful monograph of Karol Szymanowski, which analyzes the composer's personality.

The winners selected by the Polish music community were awarded with statuettes designed by Professor Adam Myjak. The awards in the "Personality of the Year" category and the Honorary Award were accompanied by financial awards sponsored by the STOART Union of Performing Artists and the ZAiKS Association of Authors.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More informationwww.koryfeusz.org.pl 

Gdańsk | Open Course on Performing, Composing and Arranging for Carillon

CarillonThe open course on Performing, Composing and Arranging for Carillon will be held on the 18-20 November 2021 in Gdańsk by Monika Kaźmierczak (PhD) and Kamil Cieślik (MA) from the Stanisław Moniuszko Music Academy in Gdańsk, Katarzyna Kwiecień-Długosz (PhD, Assoc. Prof.) from the University of Zielona Góra and Gert Oldenbeuving – city carilloneur in Zutphen, Groenlo, Winterswijk (The Netherlands).

Organisers of the course are: The Church Music Chair of the Stanisław Moniuszko Music Academy in Gdańsk, The Museum of Gdańsk, The City of Gdańsk and The Chair of Composition and Music Theory, Institute of Music, University of Zielona Góra. The course will be held on the tower of St. Catharine Church in Gdańsk (3 Profesorska St.), the tower of the Main Town Hall in Gdańsk (46 Długa St.), and at the Stanisław Moniuszko Music Academy in Gdańsk, room 413 (the yellow building) and room 414 (the red building).

The programme of the course encompasses: the presentation of the carillons of the St. Catherine Church and the Main Town Hall, carillon for advanced performers (class with Gert Oldenbeuving) and for beginners (class with Monika Kaźmierczak), individual work of the participants with appointments for a consultation. In the theoretical part of the course for composers Katarzyna Kwiecień-Długosz and Kamil Cieślik will reveal the arcana of composing and arranging for carillon.

Moreover, two weekly carillon concerts will take place. On 19 November at 11:00 a.m. at the St. Catherine Church we will hear compositions by Elżbieta Sikora, Agata Zubel, Katarzyna Kwiecień-Długosz, Krzysztof Falkowski, Gert d’Hollander. Before the concert Monika Kaźmierczak will hold a presentation "New compositions for the carillons of Gdańsk" about the CD Contemporary Carillon (Anaklasis, 2021). On 20 November at 12:05 p.m. a the Main Town Hall there will be a oncert with compositions by Aleksander Nowak, Paweł Mykietyn, Zygmunt Krauze, Katarzyna Kwiecień-Długosz. Before the concert Monika Kaźmierczak and Katarzyna Kwiecień-Długosz will hold a presentation „About composing for a meantone carillon from the point of view of the performer and the composer”.

The course will be held under the patronage of the Polish Composers’ Union and under the media patronage of the Polish Music Information Centre  POLMIC.

Full programme is available athttps://amuz.gda.pl/wydarzenia/otwarty-kurs-gry-kompozycji-i-aranzacji-na-carillon,605 

Katowice | "The Youth's Stage" at NOSPR: Cracow Golden Quintet

NOSPRThe Cracow Golden Quintet – 2nd prize winners of the Stanisław Moniuszko International Competition of Polish Music in Rzeszów, organised by the National Institute of Music and Dance – will perform on 15 November 2021 at 7.30 p.m. in the NOSPR series "Youth's Stage".

The "Youth's Stage" pulsates with energy and enthusiasm of debutants, for whom the performance at the NOSPR is an important moment on their way to a great career – these are concerts for everyone who prefer musical discoveries and sprouting talents to established names.

The Cracow Golden Quintet's repertoire covers both classical and popular music ranging from the classical era all the way to the contemporary. The group specialise in performing and promoting the musical output of Poland. That particular repertoire consists of pieces by Grażyna Bacewicz, Wojciech Kilar, Michał Spisak, and Tadeusz Szeligowski, among others, and is continually extended, especially to include music which has been forgotten and rarely performed onstage. Another field of Cracow Golden Quintet’s activity is premiering and recording 20th and 21st-century works. Acclaimed both domestically and internationally, the group have earned several awards and has performed at prestigious concert halls all over the world. In 2020, DUX released the ensemble’s first album, featuring works by Polish composers which was nominated for the 'Fryderyk' 2021 phonographic awards in the 'Chamber Music Album of the Year' category.

The programme of the upcoming concert will include Wojciech Kilar's Quintet for wind instruments, Józef Świder's Mini-Quintetto, as well as Jacques Ibert's Trois pièces brèves, Malcolm Arnold's Three Shanties and Júlia Medaglia's Belle epoque en Sud-America.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Ticket Information: https://nospr.org.pl/pl/kalendarz/scena-mlodych-cracow-golden-quintet-2