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PricesChopin Concert 60 PLN/per person - included glass of wine Royal Chamber Orchestra 65 PLN/per person - included glass of wine Folk Show 85 PLN/per person - included 2 pax show + set of polish food Klezmer Music Concert 50 PLN/per person
TimetableChopin Concert Starting Time: 7:00 P.M. Held every day, all year round ! Place: Chopin Gallery - 14 Sławkowska Str. Special offer for groups. Royal Chamber Orchestra Starting Time: 8:00 P.M. III - XII - every day, I - II - every Friday, Saturday, Sunday Place: St. Adalbert's Church - Main Square Folk Show Starting Time: 7:00 P.M. III-IV - every Wednesday and Saturday, V-X - every Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, XI-XII - every Saturday Place: Jama Michalika, Floriańska 45 Street Klezmer Music Concert Starting Time: 5:30 P.M. 9 I - III - every Thursday and Saturday IV - 25 XI - every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday Place: Klezmer Music Venue - 14 Sławkowska street
DetailsChopin Concert Enjoy a concert dedicated to Frederic Chopin's Works - the icon of Polish and European music, a true master of the piano. Born in Poland, he spent the rest of his life in Paris, where he died in 1849. The pieces of music composed by Frederic Chopin are full of longing for his beloved country, bursting with expression and romanticism. Presented by the famous piano artists: Witold Wilczek, Weronika Krówka, Dobróchna Krówka, Piotr Szczepanik, Kazuko Tsuji and others. Royal Chamber Orchestra The Royal Chamber Orchestra is an ensemble consisting of outstanding musicians from Krakow Academy of Music who regularly perform all over the world. Their music is a combination of exquisite taste, unlimited imagination and perfect technique. During the concert you will have an opportunity to listen to variety of composers, such as: J.S. Bach, W.A. Mozart, A. Vivaldi, F. Chopin but also some modern pieces like M. Jackson’s song. Held in the Church of St. Adalbert, which is the oldest church in Krakow. Thanks to its small size and baroque dome the church provides serene atmosphere and resonant acoustic that create a very special, intimate atmosphere. Enjoy our musical feast. Folk Show We would like to invite you for a Folk Show performance which is a chance to take part in the presentation of national Polish dances like Polonaise, Mazurek, Oberek, Kujawiak. Not only will you have an opportunity to hear and listen to folk music but also to dance and sing regional songs with the Krakowianie group. At the same time you will taste delicious home – made specialties of Polish cuisine, like Polish broth with noodles for example. What makes it even more interesting is the venue location itself: Folk Show takes place in Jama Michalika which is a very famous coffee house established in 1895 as the Lvov patisserie coffee shop and existing up to now as a place of numerous cultural events, concert performances and nights of poetry. Come and feel like a Pole for a while with us at the Folk Show evening party. Klezmer Music Concert Klezmer music originated in the villages (‘shtetl’) and the ghettos of Eastern Europe, where itinerant Jewish troubadours, known as „klezmorim”, performed at joyful events, particularly weddings. This is a mix of typical Jewish, Slavonic, Turkish and Gypsy melodies. Since the sixteenth century, lyrics have been added to the Klezmer music. With its distinctive sound, Klezmer music is unique, easily recognizable and widely appreciated, both by ‘ethnic insiders’ and by larger audiences from many different cultures. Klesmer music is unique, easily recognizable and widely appreciated all around the world.
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