Photo Galleries : Gombrowicz

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LONG NIGHT OF MUSEUMS 2010 (2010-05-15)

The programme included: A Feast at Countess Kotłubaj’s an adaptation of W. Gombrowicz’s text according to the idea of Jan Bończa-Szabłowski; directed by: Asja Łamtiugina.

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Discussion: The Russophile and the Russophobe, or a Contest in Wsola. (2010-05-09)

Contestants: a critical Russophile – Prof. Andrzej de Lazari, graduate of Russian Studies from Łódź University, and a Russophobe out of practical wisdom – Bartłomiej Sienkiewicz, a co-founder and long-time director of the Centre for Eastern Studies. Answers were sought to the questions describing the Polish Russia complex: can the attitude of Poles to Russians be only servile or disdainful? Are we closer to western rationalism or rather to Russian messianisms which perceive the civilisation of the West as an embodiment of Antichrist? Can we understand each other - both literally and metaphorically - after we have stopped to learn our respective languages? fot. Ewa Witkowska

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"The Dark Star Time" (2010-05-02)

An evening of poetry and music based on Zbigniew Herbert’s texts. Performers: Aleksander Trąbczyński – reciting, singing and guitar; Michał Kulenty –saxophone, piano and flute; Zbigniew Wegehaupt – double-bass. The programme included, among others, Mr Cogito’s Late Autumn Poem, To Marcus Aurelius, A Sense of Identity and nearly twenty other poems written by Zbigniew Herbert. fot. Ewa Witkowska

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"The Place of Culture, Local Culture" (2010-04-26)

Inauguration of a cycle Miejsce kultury, miejscowa kultura/The Place of Culture, Local Culture, presenting artists connected with the Museum and its vicinity, that is the Radom Region. The first event of the cycle was a concert of Bartosz Kołsut, an accordionist and a student of the Schools of Music Complex in Radom, laureate of national and international accordion competitions, grant holder of the Polish Children’s Fund. fot. Ewa Witkowska

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Not for Ladies Only: White Nights (2010-03-07)

A concert of Russian romances. The best-known Russian romances performed by the artists singing in domestic and foreign opera houses and concert halls : Izabella Wardak – alto and Jan Kierdelewicz – bass. fot. Ewa Witkowska

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Filip Wojciechowski Trio concert (2010-02-19)

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. fot. Ewa Witkowska, Mateusz Molenda

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Meeting with Zbigniew Kruszyński (2010-02-07)

One of the most acclaimed Polish writers of his generation, the winner of the most important Polish literary prizes and a many time nominee. The meeting focused on Kruszyński’s novel Ostatni Raport/The Last Report, published in 2009, which in a provocative and revealing way deals with the most recent history of Poland, breaking stereotypes and forcing readers to verify obvious judgements and labels, mental and intellectual habits. Tomasz Tyczyński talked to the writer. fot. Ewa Witkowska

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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. A guest artist was Aneta Łukaszewicz, mezzo soprano, who sang with the quintet. Apart from Christmas Carols the programme included compositions of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Henryk Wieniawski, Fritz Kreisler and Antonio Carlos Jobim who created the bossa nova style. fot. Ewa Witkowska

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