World famous music stars will grace the 5th edition of the Katowice Kultura Natura festival, which will be held in the southern Polish city of Katowice on May 10-19.
We used to look up to our political leaders. Then we idolized the artists. Our search for the next Paderewski may be a long one. These days they don’t make men of that class and authority. Or maybe we just don’t need them anymore?
Concerts, song recitals and opera performances are planned all over Poland on Sunday to commemorate the 200th birth anniversary of composer, conductor and musician Stanisław Moniuszko.
Poland's southwestern city of Wroclaw saw its own Guinness World Record broken as 7,423 guitarists gathered on its market square in a successful attempt to break the record for the number of people simultaneously playing Jimmy Hendrix's 1960s hit song Hey Joe.
The app allows people to follow the sheet music and see what it is like to be at the heart of an orchestra during a live classical concert.
A doctor by training, Komeda invented modern jazz in Poland in the 50s, when the country was completely isolated from Western music, and was on the verge of international recognition with his compositions for Roman Polański’s early films.
In this week’s column, Dan Wyszogrodzki says that one of the most life-defining questions you can ask yourself is how far you would go for music. He also has the answer.
The 1,850-seat building will be the centre point of a project designed to bring new life to a less fashionable district of the capital.
Conducted by Krzysztof Penderecki and performed by the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, the album released on 29th March sees Portishead lead singer Beth Gibbons mastering the tricky soprano piece in Polish.
She’s a singer, a songwriter, a mean guitar player and a fully trained violinist. She’s also pretty. In fact, she’s got it all, says Dan Wyszogrodzki in this week’s Dan Session column