The concerts of classical music are held at St. Peter and Paul’s Church.
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.
On 7 April, the Krakus Mound and its surrounds fill with all manner of Slavic gnomes and fairies. The traditional Rękawka Feast, held on the first Tuesday after Easter, takes us back in time to the early middle ages, when Polish lands were inhabited by ancient Slavic tribes.
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.
Looks aren’t everything, as people keep saying, and yet image is the first non-verbal signal we give other people. What signals do men of Kraków send?
This year the 8th edition of the Krakow Film Music Festival will feature an explosive and exciting program that will entice new audiences, entertain at mesmerizing galas and charm with emotional award ceremonies.
The 4th Miłosz Festival kicks off on 14 May. The 2015 edition of this great poetry festival will run under the theme A Book of Luminous Things.
This year’s International Young and Old, or Jazz in Kraków Festival (18-30 April) takes us right into the heart of the 21st century.
On 7 April, Steven Wilson and his group come to the ICE Kraków Congress Centre to bring us together with their lyrical, musical spectacle centred around alienation and vanishing social bonds.
Seven days, seven extraordinary works, seven meetings with eminent artists. During Passion Week and Easter, Kraków once again resounds with early music.