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December Peregrinations with the Karnet
01 - 12 - 2017
 
December Peregrinations with the Karnet
 
Don’t let the winter blues get you down: December is the time of Christmas, festivities, presents and New Year greetings… And since it’s also the time for reflections, let’s start by recalling some of the most important theatrical events of the year with the Divine Comedy Festival! Another summary comes to the National Museum with the monumental exhibition...
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We announce the programme FMF 2018!
30 - 11 - 2017
 
We announce the programme FMF 2018!
 
Special guests of the 11th Film Music Festival: Agnieszka Holland, Krzysztof Penderecki, Michael Nyman, Elliot Goldenthal, David Arnold and Antoni Komasa-Łazarkiewicz.
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Michael Nyman the winner of the Kilar Award!
23 - 11 - 2017
 
Michael Nyman the winner of the Kilar Award!
 
The Jury of the Kilar Award granted the award to the British artist for his ability to create musical metaphors, helping the spectator to read between the lines.
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Musical hell, emotional paradise, aesthetic feast
15 - 11 - 2017
 
Musical hell, emotional paradise, aesthetic feast
 
Let us imagine two scenarios. In the first musicians come up on the stage, they play the overture, then the soloist joins them, singing an extremely difficult aria, then more arias one after another, with instrumental interludes here and there to keep the appearance of a dynamic concert. We all know this only too well...
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15th Misteria Paschalia Festival – it’s time for British Islands!
07 - 11 - 2017
 
15th Misteria Paschalia Festival – it’s time for British Islands!
 

Two concerts series, eight days filled with Renaissance and Baroque music, thirteen concerts, plenty of Polish flavours, three world premieres, two Polish ones, and as many as seven commissions by the Misteria Paschalia Festival. Krakow in the week between 26 March and 2 April 2018 is not to be missed!

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ReadPL! 2017 getting started
02 - 11 - 2017
 
ReadPL! 2017 getting started
 
On 2 October, 7 thousand free e-book lending libraries will be open throughout Poland. We will find them at bus stops, in restaurants and in schools. ReadPL – one of the world’s greatest and Poland’s only campaigns promoting reading will reach nearly 500 cities and smaller localities throughout the country.
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Karnet for November in the colors of autumn
31 - 10 - 2017
 
Karnet for November in the colors of autumn
 
Generally speaking, November isn’t anyone’s favourite month in our part of the world. But even if the ambience, temperature or daylight aren’t its strong points, it has long been a distinctive presence in Kraków’s cultural calendar.
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Programme of Opera Rara Festival 2018 revealed!
30 - 10 - 2017
 
Programme of Opera Rara Festival 2018 revealed!
 
Diverse forms: 3 recitals with piano accompaniment, 3 recitals accompanied by orchestra, 2 operas in concert and 2 new productions prepared especially for the Krakow audience, in total fourteen concerts – this is how Opera Rara 2018 programme presents itself in the nutshell.
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Choose the Krakow bookshops of the year!
05 - 10 - 2017
 
Choose the Krakow bookshops of the year!
 
On 5 October the first edition of a poll to choose the best bookshop of the year starts in Krakow. It is a pioneer project carried out by the Krakow Festival Office under the Krakow UNESCO City of Literature programme. A group of experts – journalists, literary critics and managers – will choose 31 sites at which the readers will vote for five bookshops with the Quality Label.
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Golden October in Karnet Magazine
29 - 09 - 2017
 
Golden October in Karnet Magazine
 
The ancient proverb proclaiming October to be a frugal month certainly doesn’t apply in Kraków this month! The panorama of autumn events is bursting at the seams. Where did this success come from? We can find out during the Dźwigacze Kultury conference, organised by the Krakow Festival Office to celebrate its twentieth anniversary.
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Conrad Festival for the youngest readers
20 - 09 - 2017
 
Conrad Festival for the youngest readers
 
The Conrad Festival has long been known to be a feast for grown-up readers, but the youngest book fanciers will also get their treat. We are preparing a series of events full of literary surprises, meetings with authors and imagination-stimulating workshops.
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Another beneficiary of ICORN’s programme in Kraków
20 - 09 - 2017
 
Another beneficiary of ICORN’s programme in Kraków
 
Monem Mahjoub, Libyan poet, philosopher, historian and political critic, became the seventh beneficiary of ICORN’s scholarship programme. We are always happy to introduce the next literary personality who found himself under the wing of the International Cities of Refuge Network (ICORN) – says Izabela Helbin, director of the Krakow Festival Office.
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