The treasures of Polish Music

In 2018, the 15th anniversary edition of the Forum Musicum festival will be devoted to early Polish music. The development of early music performance in Europe has for a long time affected the progress in discovering and performing the treasures of our musical culture. Thanks to it, interesting new interpretations appear and numerous discoveries of previously unknown music are made. The Forum Musicum 2018 programme includes concerts featuring among others, the recently discovered music of Andrzej Siewiński and new interpretations of the work of Mikołaj z Radomia. Polish Renaissance songs will be presented  from two perspectives: religious (Polish cantionals) and political-ideological (A Sarmatian Must-Have).

Edition 2018
Andrzej Siewiński – opera omnia
8:00 PM
NFM, Red Hall
Fantasiae, cantiones et choreae – Polish music of the 16th century
8:00 PM
NFM, Chamber Hall
A Sarmatian Must-Have
8:00 PM
Wrocław, Town Hall, Principal Room
Mikołaj z Radomia – opera omnia
8:00 PM
Collegiate Church of the Holy Cross and St Bartholomew
Anniversary Dance Party
8:00 PM
Wrocław, Mleczarnia Club & Cafe

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