The 16th Jewish Culture Festival - Singer's Warsaw, will feature concerts and events associated with the literature, history and traditions of Jews. It will also present a number of theatrical performances, festival spokesperson Edyta Bach told PAP.
Audiences worldwide will be treated to readings in various languages of Jan Kochanowski’s play ‘The Dismissal of the Greek Envoys’ on June 30. The Adam Mickiewicz Institute, the Theatre Institute in Warsaw and the Aleksander Zelwerowicz Theatre Academy in Warsaw have teamed up to run the event in six locations globally— in Warsaw, London, New York, Los Angeles, Madrid and Athens—and provide streaming of the readings by local actors.
The 29th Mozart Festival will open with a gala concert in Warsaw on Sunday evening. The event, organised by the Warsaw Chamber Opera (WOK), aims to stage performances of the whole corpus of Mozart's works, including pieces for the stage.
Warsaw's Equality Parade, an annual event held to promote the rights of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) community, set off on Saturday afternoon from the Palace of Culture in downtown Warsaw.
Concerts, spectacles, installations, displays, meetings and educational workshops are on the programme of the September-launching of Łódź of Four Cultures Festival.
Over 70 fountain pens dedicated to Poland, Poles and Polish events, some made of silver or amber, others engraved or decorated with precious materials, are being exhibited in the Marshal Jozef Pilsudski Provincial and Municipal Public Library in Lodz, central Poland.
A jazz ensemble from the United States Air Forces in Europe Band will tour Poland, the US Embassy in Warsaw wrote on its Internet page.
Twenty three galleries from 13 European and American cities will take part in the first edition of an international art project entitled 'Friend of a Friend,' in April. As part of the project, eight exhibitions will take place in Warsaw featuring both Polish and foreign artists.
About 50 young artists from Poland, Germany, Spain and Hungary participate in the 15th International Violin Competition, named after Georg Philipp Telemann, in Poznan (west-central Poland), which began on March 24.
The Bletchley Park code breaking museum near London unveiled a new element to its permanent exhibition on Friday dedicated to the work of the British and Polish scientists who created the so-called 'Bombe' machines for deciphering Germany's Enigma coding machine.