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POLISH LANDSCAPES

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The goal of the INVITATION Festival is to showcase the music of forgotten artists associated with Poland from the first half of the twentieth century, in all its diversity and richness. Three insights into the Polish musical life of this period allow us to become aware of the role and importance of Polish heritage in the field of "contemporary" music, in the researching and popularizing of "early music", and the discerning of Jazz as the "music of the future"

At 8:00 PM
Carnegie Hall, Weill Recital Hall, NY, USA

LANDOWSKA IN MEMORIAM

Free

The goal of the INVITATION Festival is to showcase the music of forgotten artists associated with Poland from the first half of the twentieth century, in all its diversity and richness. Three insights into the Polish musical life of this period allow us to become aware of the role and importance of Polish heritage in the field of "contemporary" music, in the researching and popularizing of "early music", and the discerning of Jazz as the "music of the future".

At 8:00 PM
Carnegie Hall, Weill Recital Hall, NY, USA

LOVE WILL FORGIVE YOU ANYTHING

Free

Looking to the Future – Jazz Straight from Poland Young, Kaper and Vars: being given the jazz treatment. You think you’ve heard all this before? Nothing could be farther from the truth! The film-jazz trilogy of Kuba Stankiewicz, whose concert „summation” will headline the program this evening, is an unprecedented exploration of the shared histories of Polish and American phonography.

At 8:00 PM
Carnegie Hall, Weill Recital Hall, NY, USA

Gotham Early Music Scene, Inc.

340 Riverside Drive Suite 1-A, New York, NY 10025
P: (212) 866 – 0468
F: (212) 866 – 0477

Artistic Foundation CONCENTUS PRO ARTE

ul. Gen. Maczka 13,
05-230 Kobyłka, Poland
concentus@narolarte.pl

Tickets: FREE

carnegiehall.org

CarnegieCharge 212-247-7800

Box Office at 57th and Seventh

LEGACY OF POLISH MUSIC ABROAD  AT THREE GLANCES
The goal of the INVITATION Festival is to showcase the music of forgotten artists associated with Poland from the first half of the twentieth century, in all its diversity and richness. Three insights into the Polish musical life of this period allow us to become aware of the role and importance of Polish heritage in the field of “contemporary” music, in the researching and popularizing of “early music”, and the discerning of Jazz as the “music of the future”.

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