Krakow celebrates the 100th anniversary of Poland's independence

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100th anniversary in November – Krakow celebrates the 100th anniversary of Poland’s independence

On 11 November 1918, Poland regained its independence after 123 years of occupation. In Krakow, this anniversary is unique. The city will not only commemorate the most important moments in history but also present tradition-related achievements of contemporary art, referring to the works of Ignacy Paderewski and Stanisław Wyspiański. A wide range of concerts has been prepared – from student’s clubs to experimental Audio Art festival.

A detailed agenda of meetings, presentations, fairs and concerts can be found in the latest issue of Karnet, available since 31 October 2018.

Here are some of the initiatives:

Practical art - design in Krakow (16.XI-2XII),

Etiuda & Anima International Film Festival (20-25XI),

Musical Decades of Freedom: 100 for 100 – Polish composers only: Penderecki, Szymanowski, Paderewski (11XI),

42th edition of Jazz Juniors Festival (29XI-2XII)

All Souls’ Day Jazz Festival (2-10 XI).

More information:   available at the office of Karnet: 1c Dworcowa Street, tel.12 354 27 30 and at Krakow Festival Office - www.biuro

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