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Bydgoszcz | Forum.Lutosławski

Forum.Lutosławski

The "Forum.Lutosławski" festival – an event organized as part of the "Regional Initiative of Excellence" project led by the Academy of Music in Bydgoszcz – will take place on 26 November and 1 December 2019. The Forum will consist of meetings, discussions, workshops and concerts introducing the work of Witold Lutosławski – one of the greatest Polish composers of the 20th century.

The "Forum.Lutosławski" will include a three-day conference Musical works of the past and present, featuring lectures on compositions created in the 20th and 21st century. There will also be master classes with the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music professors, Jadwiga Rappe and Andrzej Bauer, devoted to the issues of performing the 20th-century repertoire, with particular emphasis on the work of the Forum's patron. A seminar on composition, with the participation of Dobrinka Tabakova, Joe Cutler, Ewa Pobłocka and Dariusz Przybylski, will take place on 28 and 29 November at the Academy of Music in Bydgoszcz. The seminar will end with a discussion panel dedicated to the patron of the Forum. On 30 November, Katarzyna Naliwajek-Mazurek will lead a discussion devoted to direct relations between artists and the composer and his work, with the participation of Zbigniew Bargielski, Wojciech Michniewski and Andrzej Bauer.

The concerts on 26 and 27 November will feature works by Zbigniew Bargielski, Łukasz Godyla, Michał Dobrzyński, Marcin Gumiela, Bettina Skrzypczak, Hanna Kulenty and Franciszek Woźniak. The final concert will take place on 1 December at the Pomeranian Philharmonic Concert Hall. The Academic Choir and Symphony Orchestra of the Music Academy in Bydgoszcz under the baton of Michał Dworzyński will perform the Coronation Mass in C major, KV 317 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and the Concerto for cello and orchestra by Witold Lutosławski, with the solo part performed by Andrzej Bauer.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Full programme available at: http://www.amuz.bydgoszcz.pl/ 

Lublin | Stanisław Moniuszko and sacred music

Fonie

The next concert in the "Fonie Lublina" series will take place on 17 November 2019 at 4 p.m. in the Basilica of the Dominican Friars in Lublin. The programme will be filled with sacred music.

This time the Moniuszko's music will be presented in the context of a wide cross-section of Polish religious works. We will listen to Moniuszko's religious songs and fragments of his operas with references to religious music as well as his organ preludes, performed much less frequently than vocal-instrumental music. The programme will be complemented by organ and choral compositions by other composers of sacred music, including Mieczysław Surzyński. The pieces will be performed by soprano Dorota Szostak-Gąska, tenor Jakub Gąska, organist Elżbieta Charlińska and Boys' Choir The Lublin Nightingales under the direction of Irena Sołtan-Wąsik. The concert will be hosted by Ewa Kuszewska.

The concert is held under the honorary patronage of the Mayor of Lublin Krzysztof Żuk and the Voivode of Lublin Przemysław Czarnek. Admission to the event is free!

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

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Łódź | 22nd „Cantio Lodziensis” Łódź Choir Festival

Cantio Lodziensis

The Łódź Culture Center and the Polish Association of Choirs and Orchestras – Branch in Łódź invites you to the 22nd Łódź Choir Festival "Cantio Lodziensis", which will take place on 16-17 November 2019. This year's event takes the form of competition between choirs and vocal ensembles judged by the international jury chaired by Prof. Dariusz Dyczewski – rector of the Art Academy in Szczecin.

Ensembles representing general and music schools, colleges, academies, cultural institutions and singers' associations from Poland and Slovakia will participate in the Festival. This year's programme will include two blocks of competition concerts and a gala evening. The festival's guest will be the academic choir D’Voice SV IPB Student Choir of the University of Bogor, West Java from Indonesia conducted by Asep Aryanto, who will perform in the non-competitive part at the Museum in Łowicz. The festival will also feature a seminar for conductors, which will be led by professors of the music academies in Łódź, Katowice and Szczecin.

This artistic event promotes the activities of various amateur choirs and vocal ensembles and also fulfills an educational role. On the occasion of the 200th anniversary of the birth of Stanisław Moniuszko, the additional prize for the best performance of the work by our national composer will be awarded by the organisers. The jury will also nominate the laureate of the Festival to participate in the Stefan Stuligrosz Grand Prix Festival of Polish Choir Singing, which will take place in Poznań.

The festival is also an opportunity to promote the artistic achievements of contemporary composers. To this end, a special repertoire has been prepared for the choirs participating in the project. The fringe concerts will be held in Zgierz, Łowicz, Aleksandrów Łódzki and Ksawerów. Admission to all concerts within the Festival is free!

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Full programme available at: http://www.ldk.lodz.pl/aktualnosci-a3/festiwal-choralny-przed-nami-r4730 

The latest Ravel Piano Duo Album in "A Polish Kaleidoscope" series

DUX

The latest album by Ravel Piano Duo – A Polish Kaleidoscope 3 – will be premiered on 17 November 2019 in the Władysław Żeleński State Secondary Music School in Kraków as part of the 3rd "Krakow Musical Salon: Moniuszko – Żeleński".

Ravel Piano Duo, composed of Agnieszka Kozło and Katarzyna Ewa Sokołowska, actively performs in Poland and Europe. A Polish Kaleidoscope 3 | Dance Music for 4 Hands is already the third album in "A Polish Kaleidoscope" DUX publishing series, aimed at presenting obscure Polish music originally written for four hands. The first album was awarded the "Fryderyk 2016" award in the "Album of the Year Chamber Music" category, and the second was nominated to the same award.

The latest album presents works by Stanisław Moniuszko, Władysław Żeleński, Ignacy Friedman, Zygmunt Noskowski and Maurycy Moszkowski, which will be performed during the Krakow concert. The album will be available to purchase from 17 November in the DUX online store, and soon it will be available through traditional and digital international distribution channels.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Full programme of the Festival athttp://www.spmk.com.pl/salon/ 

Warsaw | Scientific and Artistic Conference "Dialogue of modernity with tradition in Polish music of the 20th and 21st century"

UMFC

The Fryderyk Chopin University of Music and the Academy of Arts in Szczecin invite you to the Scientific and Artistic Conference "Dialogue of modernity with tradition in Polish music of the 20th and 21st century", which will take place at the FCUM on 15-16 November 2019.

The conference will feature lectures by such famous composers and performers as: Anna Ignatowicz-Glińska, Edward Sielicki, Artur Kroschel, Weronika Ratusińska-Zamuszko, Róża Wilczak-Płaziuk, Leszek Lorent, Bartosz Kowalski-Banasewicz, Artur Cieślak, Joanna Freszel, Aldona Nawrocka-Woźniak, Katarzyna Kwiecień-Długosz, Anna Maria Huszcza, Pawel Kwapiński and Barbara Borowicz.

After the theoretical part, there will be two concerts: on 15 November at 7 p.m. in the Melcer Hall and on 16 November at 4 p.m. in the FCUM Concert Hall. The programme will include works by composers representing music universities from all over the country: Artur Cieślak, Anna Maria Huszcza, Anna Ignatowicz-Glińska, Bartosz Kowalski, Artur Kroschel, Paweł Kwapiński, Katarzyna Kwiecień-Długosz, Aldona Nawrocka, Weronika Ratusińska-Zamuszko, Jakub Szafranski , Olga Hans and Edward Sielicki.

Free admission.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Warsaw | Concert of the winners of the Kazimierz Serocki 16th International Composers' Competition

Konkurs Serockiego

A concert of the winners of the Kazimierz Serocki 16th International Composers' Competition will take place on 30 November 2019 at 7 p.m. at the Witold Lutosławski Polish Radio Concert Studio in Warsaw.

A meeting of the Jury of the Kazimierz Serocki 16th International Composers' Competition took place on 4-6 October 2019 in Radziejowice. 144 scores were submitted for the competition, held under the honorary patronage of the Polish Composers' Union. The jury composed of Fredrik Österling (Sweden), Paul Patterson (United Kingdom) and Dariusz Przybylski (Poland), awarded four prizes and three honorable mentions.

The first prize of PLN 13,000 was awarded to Jinseok Choi – a composer from South Korea – for the work Pathos. Adam Vilagi (Finland) received the second prize of PLN 8,000 for the work Directions. The third prize of PLN 4,000 was awarded to Hugh Collins Rici (Great Britain) for the work Canto Celato. Jinseok Choi also received a Special Award of the PWM Edition for the youngest laureate (a set of Polish contemporary scores). Honorable mentions went to: Youngwoo Yoo (South Korea), Minzuo Lu (China) and Zhaoyu Zhang (China). The awards were funded by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, Polish Society of Authors and Composers ZAiKS, Witold Lutosławski Society and the Association of Polish Musicians.

The Winners' Concert, co-organized with Polish Radio Programme 2, will feature works by the Competition's patron – Kazimierz Serocki, Jinseok Choi, Adam Vilaga and Hugh Collins Rice. The compositions will be performed by outstanding artists specializing in contemporary music: Łukasz Długosz and Agata Kielar-Długosz, Hashtag Ensemble, Seweryn Zapłatyński, Franciszek Olszowski, Alicja Kieruzalska, Łukasz Łacny and Krystyna Wiśniewska. The concert will be recorded and broadcast in the Programme 2 of Polish Radio, and then offered to the European Broadcasting Union.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Lusławice | Concert of Polish and German artists on the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall

Luslawice

On 9 November 2019 at 7 p.m. at the Krzysztof Penderecki European Centre for Music in Lusławice, one of the best European big bands – NDR Bigband – will perform in the company of the Atom String Quartet, soprano Olga Pasiecznik and pianist Vladislav Sendecki.

Norddeutscher Rundfunk Big Band – the orchestra of the German public radio in Hamburg, is one of the best European jazz big bands. They have performed with such artists as Dexter Gordon, Chet Baker, George Coleman, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Tomasz Stańko, Lionel Hampton, Richard Galliano. The first jazz concert of the orchestra took place in May 1974 in Hamburg's "Fabrik" and since then the band has built its international reputation. NDR Big Band takes part in many special artistic projects that often go beyond the scope of jazz music. The orchestra has been successfully reaching for compositions of Polish jazzmen for several years. Pianist and composer Vladislav Sendecki, a graduate of the Music Academy in Krakow, has been the arranger and soloist of the famous NDR Big Band since 1996. The concert will also feature the Atom String Quartet – one of the best jazz quartets in Poland and soprano Olga Pasiecznik, a soloist of the Polish Royal Opera.

The artists will perform Le Jardin Qublié by Vladyslav Sendecki, My Polish Heart by Wolfgang Kerschek and About Penderecki by Geir Lysne – variations on the works by Krzysztof Penderecki. The concert will be a repetition of the well-received world premiere of the project, which the artists performed on 27 November 2018 at the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information at: https://penderecki-center.pl/ 

Warsaw | 5th Kwadrofonik Festival

Kwadrofonik

The fifth edition of the Kwadrofonik Festival will take place on 7-21 November 2019 in Warsaw.

Light and sound – these are two forces of nature affecting our senses. In a capacious and tolerant art universe, light and sound have the right to meet. Looking, seeing, perceiving, shading, interpreting the light, its meaning and colors – both by directors, composers and invited musicians – will be the theme of this year's edition of the Kwadrofonik Festival. Black and white Buster Keaton's silent film with unusual sounds of percussion instruments in the score performed by the Pękala / Kordylasińska / Pękala duo, two black pianos from which pianists of the Lutosławski Piano Duo will bring out all shades of French Impressionist masterpieces – from white to black, or the songs of the blind singer Moondog in the intimate interpretation by Natalia Przybysz, Raphael Roginski and Širom – these are the proposals of the upcoming edition of the Festival.

Th Warsaw premiere of Urlicht for keyboard instruments and percussion written by the Kwadrofonik members will take place on 21 November at the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews. This new project is a musical interpretation of the phenomenon of light: not only as a physical force, but also as pure energy that has existed since the very beginning of the universe. In the Urlicht project Kwadrofonik creates a form of variations based on the chorale and its counterpoint, which resound separately or enter into dialogue with each other.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Full programme available atwww.kwadrofonik.pl 

Chorzów | Premiere of Adam Wesołowski's "Euphony Concerto"

Gorczycki Festiwal

One of the most inspiring and extraordinary concerts of the 14th International Festival of G. G. Gorczycki, which takes place under the slogan "Up and reach the places out of sight", will take place on 16 November 2019 at 6 p.m. at the Chorzów Cultural Center.

International Festival of Grzegorz Gerwazy Gorczycki is an event that has permanently entered the artistic calendar of Silesia. For many years, it has been consistently building its image through a unique repertoire, the participation of excellent artists and the interest of several thousand listeners.

On 16 November, the world-famous soloist Steven Mead (Great Britain), playing the beautiful-sounding euphonium instrument, will visit Poland for the first time to premiere the first concert in the history of Polish music on the euphonium – Adam Wesołowski's Euphonia Concerto. We will also listen to the Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 in G major by Johann Sebastian Bach in the "industrial version", i.e. using the sounds recorded in the steel mill, arranged by Adam Wesołowski. This performance will correspond with his Industrial Symphony for string orchestra and multimedia, which combines tradition with modernity. The programme will also include Adam Wesołowski's Encore Concerto for flute and string orchestra, performed by the well-known Polish flautist Łukasz Długosz.

The soloists will be accompanied by the Silesian Chamber Orchestra – a bravura artistic ensemble of the Silesian Philharmonic, which has gained recognition on the international stage. The orchestra works under the direction of both violin virtuoso and conductor Robert Kabara.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

Full programme available at: www.gorczycki.pl 

Warsaw | SUPERSAM + 1: Ned Rothenberg & Hubert Zemler

SuperSam+1Ned Rothenberg and Hubert Zemler will participate in the 4th edition of the "Supersam +1" project. The artists will perform together on 14 November 2019 at 8 p.m. in the DZiK Club (44A Belwederska St., Warsaw).

“Supersam + 1” is a series of master performances. The project focuses mainly on music, however, it also includes other forms of expression such as: performance, multimedia, monodrama. “Supersam + 1” will present respected Polish and foreign artists whose work is original, experimental and innovative. “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.

Ned Rothenberg is a composer and performer. He has been internationally acclaimed for both solo and ensemble works, presented for the past 33 years on 5 continents. He performs primarily on alto saxophone, clarinet, bass clarinet, and the shakuhachi – an end-blown Japanese bamboo flute. His solo work utilizes an expanded palette of sonic language, creating a kind of personal idiom on its own. In an ensemble setting, he leads the trio Sync, with Jerome Harris (guitars) and Samir Chatterjee (tabla), works with the Mivos string quartet playing his Quintet for Clarinet and Strings and collaborates around the world with fellow improvisors. Recent recordings include this Quintet, The World of Odd Harmonics, Ryu Nashi (new music for shakuhachi), and Inner Diaspora, all on John Zorn's Tzadik label, as well as Live at Roulette with Evan Parker, and The Fell Clutch, on Rothenberg’s Animul label.

Hubert Zemler is a composer and percussionist whose repertoire includes pieces by 20th and 21st centuries composers. He graduated from the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw. Besides his classical education and cooperation with symphony orchestras, he played with jazz bands, exploring the secrets of improvisation, experimental and world music. He is a co-founder of Warsaw-based indie bands: Piętnastka (with Piotr Kurek), Slalom, jazz trio LAM (along with Wacław Zimpel and Krzysztof Dys) and the Pilokatabaza percussion duo (with Pawel Szpura); he is also involved in a number of projects combining contemporary music and improvisation. His latest releases are "Kreatura" with Hungarian avant-garde pianist and composer Szabolcs Esztényi and cassette albums "Melatony" and "Groove 8". He collaborated with artists such as John Tilbury, Jon Gibson, Evan Ziporyn, Gyan Riley, Agusti Fernandez, Felix Kubin, Tod Barton, Mitch & Mitch, Raphael Rogiński, Wacław Zimpel.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

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

Miłosz Wośko – Urban residents' beliefs

Opus

The album Urban residents' beliefs – Miłosza Wośko's phonographic debut in the field of instrumental music – was released by the Opus Series publishing house in October 2019. The works were recorded by three outstanding ensembles: the Aukso orchestra, Polonika Quartet and Polish Brass Quintet.

The album opens with Dawn for strings with the solo accordion part, performed by the winner of Polityka's Passport – Maciej Frąckiewicz. Urban dances were recorded by the Polonika Quartet with the guest participation of Emilia Sitarz (piano) and Hubert Zemler (percussion). It is a minimalism-inspired "industrial acoustic suite" describing the course of an individual's life in a human-transformed, urbanized, bureaucratic world – where the rhythm of the day is determined by processes that deprive independence, and everyone can be "made" or "displaced" and even the "escape" has its planned place and time. Five discussions on difficult topics for wind quintet are conversations about feelings and emotions juxtaposed in contexts that are not associated with them  – "sensitivity" and "corporation", "youth" and "eternity", "patriotism" and "eyeing". Having great dynamic and color possibilities, brass instruments show these contrasts in a very expressive way.

The album was recorded with the financial support of the Polish Association of Performing Artists 'Stoart'. City dances were composed as part of the scholarship from the Creativity Support Fund. Five discussions on difficult topics were commissioned by the Mieczysław Karłowicz Phillharmonic in Szczecin as part of the "Composer-in- Residence" programme implemented jointly with the Institute of Music and Dance.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information athttps://opus-series.com/pl/sklep/urban_residents_beliefs 

Katowice | Iwona Sobotka at the 90th anniversary of the Silesian Museum at the Silesian Philharmonic

FS

On 8 November 2019, the Silesian Museum will celebrate its 90th anniversary with a concert of the Silesian Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra and Iwona Sobotka conducted by Juozas Domarkas.

The concert to celebrate a holiday of such an important regional institution will abound in unusually colorful works written by composers related to Silesia. The programme will include Silesian Triptych by Witold Lutosławski and Stanczyk Symphonic Scherzo by Ludomir Różycki, who was strongly associated with Katowice and the local State Higher School of Music (today the Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music). We will also listen to the musical interpretation of Jan Kasprowicz's metaphysical poetry in the 3 Fragments from poems of Jan Kasprowicz, Op. 5 by Karol Szymanowski. The work will be performed for the first time by the world-reknown stage artist of exceptional sensitivity – Iwona Sobotka. The evening will finish with the solemn Symphony No. 4 in F minor, Op. 36 by Pyotr Tchaikovsky. 

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

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

Lusławice | Marek Napiórkowski "Hipokamp" ft. Mino Cinelu

Napiorkowski

Another concert in the "Autumn in Lusławice" series will take place on 30 October 2019 at 7 p.m. at the Krzysztof Penderecki European Music Centre in Lusławice as part of the tour promoting the album Hipokamp. The event will feature outstanding artists: Marek Napiórkowski (guitars), Mino Cinelu (percussion instruments), Jan Smoczyński (keyboards) and Paweł Dobrowolski (percussion).

The title of Marek Napiórkowski’s new album refers to the mysterious and not fully explored area of the human brain. Similarly, set in the original sound context, the guitarist’s new music is a spectrum of mysterious and non-obvious colors. Hipokamp is an album combining refined jazz improvisations with the world of electronic sound structures and intriguing dialogues of percussion instruments. The premiere Trio, based on the sounds of electric guitar, various analog synthesizers (Jan Smoczyński) and stylish sounding percussion (Paweł Dobrowolski), Napiórkowski decided to enrich with the presence of the absolute jazz star – Mino Cinel, probably the most titled drummer of our time. The special guest who also appeared on the album is – esteemed in Europe and in the world – a jazz saxophonist Adam Pierończyk.

Media patronage: Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.

More information athttps://penderecki-center.pl/news#2411

Łódź | 7. AŻ Festival: Polish anniversaries and music for every taste

7AZ

Grażyna and Kiejstut Bacewicz Academy of Music in Łódź invites you to the seventh edition of the AŻ Festival, which will last from 16 November to 8 December 2019, featuring nine events at the Academy's Concert Hall on Żubardzka Street. The opening and closing of the festival will include music by Polish composers – Stanisław Moniuszko and Grażyna Bacewicz, on the occasion of their birth anniversaries.

The festival will begin with two performances of the Flis opera by Stanisław Moniuszko (16 and 17 November). The Big Band of the Academy of Music in Łódź under the direction of Jacek Delong and Dorota Miśkiewicz will present songs from Ella Fitzgerald's repertoire (19 November). The Cracovia Danza Court Ballet and the Baroque Orchestra of the Academy of Music will provide the audience with a musical and visual journey to France in the 18th century (21 November). The PRIMUZ Chamber Orchestra and the accordionist Wiesław Prządka will perform energetic tangos of Astor Piazzolla (24 November). Students of vocal departments will invite the audience to the evening entitled "From opera to Broadway" (27 November) with musical hits by Leonard Bernstein, Alan Menken and Claude Schönberg. Percussionist and conductor Bismarck Fernández together with the Bacewicz Percussion Ensamble and Piotr Sutt will warm up the audience with works by Costa Rican composers (30 November). The Symphony Orchestra of the Gdańsk Music Academy will perform a modern repertoire consisting of compositions by Gdańsk artists (3 December), which will also be a part of the 75th Musica Moderna session. In the finale, the Symphony Orchestra of the Łódź Music Academy under the direction of Jerzy Salwarowski will play the Fairy Tale Ouverture by Moniuszko and together with the soloist Sławomira Wilga – Violin Concerto No. 7 by Grażyna Bacewicz (8 December).

Full programme available at: http://www.amuz.lodz.pl/pl/wydarzenia/7-az-festiwal

14th International Grzegorz Gerwazy Gorczycki Festival

Gorczycki

The 14th International Festival of G. G. Gorczycki includes sixteen concerts in twelve cities with the participation of world-renowned artists from Poland and abroad. This year's edition will last from 14 November to 8 December 2019 under the slogan "Up and reach the places out of sight". The audience will have a unique opportunity to participate in the "Concerts in the dark". The Festival will also celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Stanisław Moniuszko.

International Festival of Grzegorz Gerwazy Gorczycki is an event that has permanently entered the artistic calendar of Silesia. For many years, it has been consistently building its image through a unique repertoire, the participation of excellent artists and the interest of several thousand listeners. This year's edition will be inaugurated on 14 November at the Zagłębie Palace of Culture in Dąbrowa Górnicza and will last until 8 December 2019. The list of performers includes such artists as: Vivica Genaux, Steven Mead, Paul Esswood, Waldemar Malicki, Piotr Pławner, Łukasz Długosz, Andrzej Lampert, Olga Bończyk, Elżbieta Stefańska, Hanna Balcerzak, Francesco Bottigliero, Diego Godoy-Gutiérrez, and such ensembles as: Czech Baroque Ensemble, Polish Royal Opera, Capella Cracoviensis, LutosAir Quintet, Katowice City Singers' Camerata Silesia, Cracow Royal Singers, 'Śląsk' Song and Dance Ensemble and all ensembles of the Silesian Philharmonic – Symphony Orchestra, Choir and the Silesian Chamber Orchestra.

Many foreign guests will present Polish music, including works by Grzegorz Gerwazy Gorczycki, Stanisław Moniuszko, Mieczysław Karłowicz, Fryderyk Chopin, as well as Andrzej Panufnik, Adam Wesołowski and Nikola Kołodziejczyk. The programme will also include masterpieces of world literature. In line with the motto, "Up and reach the places out of sight", the 14th edition of the Festival will offer many events that will emphasize the work of composers with sight and hearing impairment, such as Johann Sebastian Bach, Georg Friedrich Händel, Joaquín Rodrigo, or Ludwig van Beethoven. The festival concerts will also feature blind musicians.

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

Full programme of the Festival available at: www.gorczycki.pl.