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Calendar 27 June 2016
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13th Summer Film Journeys

It’s July, which means it’s time for the 13th Summer Film Journeys in Agrafka and Kika Cinemas!


Photo by Artur Żyrkowski
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.

26th Jewish Culture Festival

26th Jewish Culture Festival will be dedicated to Diaspora and Shabbat – two phenomenon, that have created past, present and future of Jewish life.


50th International "Organ Music Days in Kraków" Festival

From Bach to a football match… the 50th International “Organ Music Days in Kraków” Festival boldly combines tradition with the avant-garde!


Concerts of classical and organ music at Bernardine Church – Orchestra of St Maurice

Chamber Orchestra of St Maurice and soloists present classical music concert in the Baroque scenery of the Bernardine Church.

Royal Opera House Live at Multikino

Broadcast from Royal Opera House – screenings at Multikino.

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.

Poster of event, photo from organiser's archive
Gogol Bordello at Studio

On 27 June their lively blend of punk with traditional Roma and Ukrainian music will make anyone want to dance.


Cello Recitals at St Giles’ Church

Suites of Johann Sebastian Bach and the mellow sounds of cello resound in the intimate scenery of St Giles’ Church – the concerts are presented by the ART-Production Agency.


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.

9th Barbican Festival

The Kraków Barbican is the 15th-century pride and glory of the city’s fortifications, boasting massive brick walls and seven turrets. The stunning setting will be filled by music thanks to the 9th Barbican Festival (28 June – 1 July).


Next Year in Jerusalem…

As part of the 26th Jewish Culture Festival, Pod Baranami Cinema presents the film cycle Next Year in Jerusalem… (28-30 June). The programme includes six documentaries on the Jewish diaspora around the world.


Klezmer Music Concerts at the Klezmer Music Venue

The repertoire consists of instrumental pieces, connected with the folklore of Reform Judaism, and of songs performed in Yiddish, belonging to the tradition of Orthodox Judaism.

MercolediFilm

Film screenings at Italian Cultural Institute.


Concerts at the Chopin Gallery

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

Organ Concerts with Soprano Solo at St Giles’ Church

For organ and soprano: ART-Production Agency presents concerts right at the foot of Wawel Hill – in the intimate interiors of St Giles’ Church.

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

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

Fot. Ignacy Matuszewski
Ad radices musicae 2016

Octava Ensemble once again reaches for sources of Christian traditions and sacral music. Once a month, the vocal octet invites listeners for meetings with the cycle Ad radices musicae.

25th International Summer Organ Concerts Festival

Artists from various corners of the world will reveal many aspects of organ and organ music. Concerts take place at the most beautiful Kraków churches. The jubilee edition will focus on how Polish and European trends in organ music have intertwined and blended throughout the centuries.

Kraków Folk Music Show at Tradycyja Restaurant

An opportunity to become familiar with polish traditions and its cuisine. Experience and enjoy the show of all Polish national dances such performed by professional group LajkFolk dressed in traditional Polish colorful costumes.

Folk Show at Jama Michalika

Meeting with Polish folklore, traditional and culture: see beautiful folk dances and costumes, listen to traditional Polish songs. During the show you can also try typical Polish dishes.

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21st Summer Jazz Festival at Piwnica pod Baranami

Piwnica pod Baranami is one of the cradles of Polish jazz, and the birthplace of the Summer Jazz Festival in 1996.


26th Jewish Culture Festival

26th Jewish Culture Festival will be dedicated to Diaspora and Shabbat – two phenomenon, that have created past, present and future of Jewish life.


2nd Sinfonietta Festival

World-famous artists (Dmitry Sitkovetsky, the legend of the violin studies, in the double role: as a conductor and soloist – playing his Stradivarius), out-of-the-box musical ideas, top notch chamber music. 2nd Sinfonietta Festival (1-5 July) is coming!


Mateusz Smoczyński, fot. Zosia Zija & Jacek Pióro
Jazz On the Wave

This year’s 21st Summer Jazz Festival at Piwnica Pod Baranami kicks off with a series of special concerts at Radio Kraków.


Sławomir Zubrzycki, fot. Klaudyna Schubert
12th Festival of Polish Music

Chopin, Moniuszko, Szymanowski, Penderecki… You think Polish music holds no secrets? The festival will show you there’s plenty more to discover!

Krzysztof Komeda, fot. Marek Karewicz
The Home of Jazz

Kraków is much more than a home to historical monuments! The city is also the capital of Polish jazz.


5th Miłosz Festival

Soon, Kraków will once again be the place for an exceptional meeting with poetry. Outstanding artists representing various continents, cultures and languages will invite audiences for shared poetry readings and discussions on the various forms of contemporary nomadism.


Beethoven extreme

Capella Cracoviensis presents: Beethoven's nine symphonies in one day (27 August) or the most beautiful day of summer!

Hannes Postma Hannes,  Vunus interial, akwatinta, 1966
50 years of International Print Biennial and Triennial in Kraków

The 50th anniversary of Poland’s longest-running printmaking festival (the event was biennial until 1986) is taking place in June this year.

fot. Ryszard Kornecki
20th Kraków Opera Summer Festival

Premiere of theTannhäuser, The Troubadour at the Wawel Royal Castle, famous Madame Butterfly, Tosca and La Bohème – the jubilee 20th Kraków Opera Summer Festival is held under the catchword Wagner – Verdi – Puccini!

 

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