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Calendar 9 February 2016
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Concerts at St Adalbert's Church

Programme of the concerts is composed of best known classical pieces as well as the most popular film melodies.

Chopin Concerts at the Bonerowski Palace

Concerts dedicated to the oeuvre of Fryderyk Chopin – iconic Polish composer, the genius of the piano.

Chopin Concerts at Wierzynek Restaurant

Chopin's etudes, nocturnes, mazurkas and polonaises, as well as works by Liszt, Mendelssohn or Schumann, performed by young, talented, Kraków pianists at the Renaissance Hall of the legendary Wierzynek Restaurant.

Concerts at St. Peter and Paul’s Church – Cracow Chamber Orchestra of St Maurice

The concerts of classical music are held at St. Peter and Paul’s Church.

Concerts at the Royal Chamber Orchestra Hall

Programme of the concerts is composed of best known classical pieces as well as the most popular film melodies.

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Kraków Nativity Scene Contest Exhibition

On the first Thursday in December (3 December) participants of the Kraków Nativity Scene Contest gather at the statue of Adam Mickiewicz at the Main Market Square. On Sunday 6 December 2015, director of the Historical Museum in Kraków announced the results and opened the Kraków Nativity Scene Contest Exhibition, running until the end of February.

Poster of festival, photo form organiser's archive
Shanties 2016

Sails, nets, harpoons, barrels… We’re setting off Around the world with fishermen – as the motto of the Shanties 2016 Festival dictates.


Katy Carr, fot. www.benwrightphotogrphy.co.uk
Katy Carr at Auditorium Maximum UJ

Katy Carr performs on 28 February at the Auditorium Maximum of the Jagiellonian University during the 2nd Festival “To the Free and Independent”.


Misteria Paschalia 2016

The core of the upcoming Festival Misteria Paschalia will again be a presentation of three oratorios – Alessandro Scarlatti's (Cain overo Il primo omicidio), Michele Falco's (Oratorio di Sant’Antonio) and George Frideric Haendel's (Belshazzar).


9th FMF

Rosemary’s Baby, The Ninth Gate, Cul-de-sac, Sicario, The Theory of Everything, Drive, Oblivion, How to Train Your Dragon, Shrek, The Lion King; Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark, the world premiere of music from the game Witcher 3 – and that’s still far from all the attractions of the 9th FMF!


 

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