The leader was accompanied by Cezary Konrad, who for many years has been regarded by the readers of the Jazz Forum monthly as the best Polish jazz drummer and Paweł Pańta, a double-bass player, performing with many jazz stars. During the concert jazz arrangements of works of such masters as J.S. Bach, W.A. Mozart, L. van Beethoven, F. Schubert and M. de Falla were performed.
The concert featured I Solisti di Varsavia, a string quintet conducted by Tomasz Radziwonowicz, violinist, consisting of: Tomasz Radziwonowicz – violin 1, Anna Staniak-Bagnowska – violin 2, Marek Iwański – viola, Grażyna Tatarska – cello, Paweł Pańta – double bass.
Concert of Klaudiusz Baran, an outstanding accordionist and bandoneon player, and Paweł Gusnar – one of the best Polish saxophonists. The programme included, among others, compositions of Astor Piazzolla, Jan Sebastian Bach and Pedro Iturralde. A teraz ja!/And Now Me! - a monodrama directed by Ewa Ignaczak, played by Grzegorz Sierzputowski, based on fragments of Witold Gombrowicz’s drama The Marriage and his short story The Memoirs of Stefan Czarniecki.
A Feast at Countess Kotłubaj’s. A monodrama acted by Irena Jun. Diaries. A monodrama performed by Andrzej Seweryn. Piotr Baron – Tangombro (a piece of music composed by Baron specially for the inauguration of the Museum). Concert featuring Tomasz Radziwonowicz’s string quintet.
Instytucja współprowadzona przez Samorząd Województwa Mazowieckiego oraz Ministra Kultury i Dziedzictwa Narodowego