Happy New Year 2017!
From the team of the Polish Institute in Brussels: Natalia Dyjak-Urbanik, Mariusz Koronowski, Jeremy Lambert, Natalia Mosor, Agnieszka Rurarz, Thomas Vanhauwaert and Maria Winiarska
Teodor KORWIN-SZYMANOWSKI, pioneer of the notion of a united Europe
College of Europe in Bruges
The College of Europe in Bruges is paying homage to the mind of Teodor KORWIN-SZYMANOWSKI (1846-1901), a great pioneer of the notion of a united Europe and author of the book 'L’avenir économique, social et politique en Europe' (‘The Future of Europe in Economic, Political and Social Terms’), which was published in Paris in 1885, by holding a conference held by Radosław Paweł ŻURAWSKI vel GRAJEWSKI of the University of Łódź, the author of the afterword of
Apollon Musagete Quartett participates in Silent Songs Into The Wild...
Franz Schubert, staged melodies | Bozar (Brussels)
Wandering and departure, everlasting estrangement and loneliness are themes in Franz Schubert’s Lieder. What would it mean to approach these texts and lieder with all our senses? How would Schubert's music break out of an individual in the 21st century? In Silent Songs into the Wild, singers, musicians and performers embark on a journey through the world of Schubert’s songs discovering them anew in the here and now. They are not limited to their voice but use their whole
"Friends selection: Fellows & Great Friends", by R. BLECHACZ
CONCERT POSTPONED TO 8 MARCH 2017
Rafał BLECHACZ has been praised for his musicality and interpretation poetry, which he brings through his fluid technique. He will bring to Brussels a programme full of variety (Bach, Beethoven, Chopin).After having won the Chopin Competition in 2005, Rafał BLECHACZ built a career along the most prestigious halls and conductors. A concert not to miss!+++ Practical information +++ ProgrammeThe International Frédéric Chopin Competition for piano, better known as the Chopin