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Calendar 5 July 2015
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Sunday Matinée

The Witold Lutosławski Conservatory Cracow presents a Sunday Matinée: concert at the Historical Museum's Fontana Hall.


Plakat festiwalu, fot. arch. organizatora
25th Jewish Culture Festival

The 25th Jewish Culture Festival encourages contemplation – and the result is the quarter, or district. And it’s not just about Kazimierz!


Swing Era Festival 2015

The Festival of Swing Culture, Music and Dance presents 1930s and 1940s-themed events, dance demonstrations and the competitions Jack & Jill, Showcase, and Solo Charleston.

Arie Oper Świata. Letni Festiwal Opery Krakowskiej, fot. Ryszard Kornecki
19th Kraków Opera Summer Festival. Operatic Passions...

One of the world’s most famous tenors, and the best performances from recent seasons – welcome to the 19th Kraków Opera Summer Festival!


Ad radices musicae 2015

The tradition returns. Octava Ensemble presents a cycle of every-month meetings with sacral early music, that return to its roots, to its very source.

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.

Shalom on Szeroka, photo by Paweł Mazurt. Paweł Mazur
25th Jewish Culture Festival – You Must Play Here

This is a living festival. It is written into the 800 years of Jewish history in Kraków, but it lives here and now; it respects traditions, but it mainly creates contemporary culture.


One on One with God: Prayers for Those Who are Unable to Pray

Performance One on One with God: Prayers for Those Who are Unable to Pray – monologues with Music in Hebrew, German, French and Polish.

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.

EtnoKraków

Kraków will be a capital city once again! Between 5 and 11 July, it turns into Europe’s centre of ethnic music, thanks to the EtnoKraków festival.


Film Harvest for Children

Pokazy dla dzieci w ramach 9. wakacyjnego festiwalu filmowego Letnie Tanie Kinobranie

100th anniversary of the merger of Kraków and Podgórze

A century ago, the merger of Kraków and Podgórze was the crowning achievement of the process of creating Greater Kraków.


Klezmer Concerts at Isaac Synagogue

The concerts are an artistic attempt to preserve the heritage of Kazimierz, an area that once flourished with the Jewish culture and tradition. They offer a unique possibility of meeting the Jewish culture and tradition at its very source!


Podgórze Summer Concerts 2015

On Sunday afternoons in July and August, Orthodox hymns, Schubert and Tchaikovsky for Pan flute and organ, Straight Paths and Winding Roads with flute, guitar and harp in the background and Kaleidoscope with contemporary French music resound at St Joseph’s Church.


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.

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.

The Space of an Image

The Space of an Image: a series of films on Jewish themes in the frame of the 25th Jewish Culture Festival.

The 20th Jubilee Summer Jazz Festival at Piwnica pod Baranami

The jazz giant Herbie Hancock, the Grammy-awarded Robert Glasper Trio, a prestigious guitar competition, the star-studded Jazz Night… And that’s just some of the attractions of the 20th Summer Jazz Festival at Piwnica Pod Baranami. Plenty of anniversary fun!


Poster of event, photo from organiser's archive
Fabryka Lata

From June 12, throughout the summer, Fabryka will be open for every urban entertaniment lover and bring satisfaction by its unique summer schedule.


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.

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.

Concerts at the Church of Sts Peter and Paul – Classical and Film Music

Orchestra of the City of Krakow presents the most beautiful works of world-famous masters, from Baroque to contemporary music: Mozart, Vivaldi, Bach, Morricone, Williams.


Organ Music Concerts at St Peter and Paul's Church

Organ concert of the most popular works of the greatest composers: J.S. Bach, F.G. Haendel, Ch.M. Widor performed at a beautiful, Baroque Church of St Peter and Paul.

Pałac Czapskich, fot. Karol Kowalik, MNK
European Centre of Polish Numismatics

From the dinar of Bolesław Chrobry minted on the occasion of the Congress of Gniezno in the year 1000, through early Polish banknotes from the era of the Kościuszko Uprising, to contemporary currency we will see on the permanent exhibition at the European Centre of Polish Numismatics.

Hills Road Sixth Form College Choir at St Catherine’s Church

On 7 July, the Hills Road Sixth Form College Choir from Cambridge will perform under the baton of Kate Murdoch, presenting works by Byrd, Mozart, Stanford, Reineck, Bruckner, Tavener and Britten.

Sebastian Szumski, fot. Michał Ramus
Fighting for Songs

We fight for songs on 7, 14 and 21 July at BAL in Zabłocie, and – according to Capella Cracoviensis – “we will all emerge victorious!”

Organ & Vocal Concerts 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.

Bambino Cinema

Special film screenings for parents with kids.


Chopin Concerts at the Bonerowski Palace

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

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11th Festival of Polish Music

What did people sing after the death of King Bolesław Chrobry? Did firs always sigh in Halka? We’ll find out during the 11th Festival of Polish Music (8-18 July)!

photo by: Ilja Van De Pavert
16th Cracovia Danza Court Dance Festival

Court dance, theatre and music performed against the antique background of the City's historic buildings is surely one of the best attractions Cracow has to offer to tourists, residents, lovers of court culture and audiences of all ages.


Shalom on Szeroka, photo by Paweł Mazurt. Paweł Mazur
25th Jewish Culture Festival – You Must Play Here

This is a living festival. It is written into the 800 years of Jewish history in Kraków, but it lives here and now; it respects traditions, but it mainly creates contemporary culture.


Plakat festiwalu, fot. arch. organizatora
25th Jewish Culture Festival

The 25th Jewish Culture Festival encourages contemplation – and the result is the quarter, or district. And it’s not just about Kazimierz!


Poster of event, photo from organiser's archive
Sacrum Profanum 2015

The programme spanning these two points will also have room for the presentation of outstanding personalities from the world of popular music, whose ambitions far exceed its limits, as well as the unveiling of artistic possibilities inherent in the creative reinterpretation of classical pieces by experimental artists.

7th Conrad Festival

Jonathan Franzen – one of the most important American novelists, Hooman Majd – a cult Iranian-American writer, Wiesław Myśliwski – the double winner of the Nike Literary Prize, and Hanna Krall – a legendary Polish reporter are the first guests of the 7th Conrad Festival.

EtnoKraków

Kraków will be a capital city once again! Between 5 and 11 July, it turns into Europe’s centre of ethnic music, thanks to the EtnoKraków festival.


28. ULICA – The International Festival of Street Theatres

This time, 28. ULICA is dedicated to “the divine anointed”: the clown. Kraków host breathtaking spectacles, pantomimes, acrobatics, juggling, street performances including theatre, music and dance, and of course clowns.

Jazz Night 2015

Once there was sleeplessness in Seattle, now it’s time for sleeplessness in Kraków. Free outdoor concerts, long improvisations, shining stars – the Jazz Night (18 July) won’t let you sleep!


Pałac Czapskich, fot. Karol Kowalik, MNK
European Centre of Polish Numismatics

From the dinar of Bolesław Chrobry minted on the occasion of the Congress of Gniezno in the year 1000, through early Polish banknotes from the era of the Kościuszko Uprising, to contemporary currency we will see on the permanent exhibition at the European Centre of Polish Numismatics.

Mark Knopfler, fot. arch. artysty
Mark Knopfler at Tauron Arena Kraków

We go on a nostalgic journey into the past on 13 July at Tauron Arena Kraków.


Arie Oper Świata. Letni Festiwal Opery Krakowskiej, fot. Ryszard Kornecki
19th Kraków Opera Summer Festival. Operatic Passions...

One of the world’s most famous tenors, and the best performances from recent seasons – welcome to the 19th Kraków Opera Summer Festival!


Jazzy Kraków

Jazz w Polsce od swoich początków ma ścisłe związki z Krakowem – i ciągle powstają nowe karty tej historii!


Dominik Przygodzki, fot. arch. autora
Architecture of the Imagination

Dominik Przygodzki – a man with broad horizons. Architect, co-creator of designs for the redevelopment of the Main Market Square, the Rynek Underground and New Sukiennice, propagator of the Critical Mass cycling event in Kraków, creator of many corporate brands, and more recently designer.


 

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