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Michał Gondko fot. Dirk Letsch

Early music from Poland was featured at the Early Music Season in China for the fourth year in a row. This time, the event hosted the ensemble La Morra.

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Il Giardino d'Amore, photo: Grzegorz Trzpil

After the success of Polish musicians at the 2016 Early Music Season, in 2017 the event also hosted Polish artists specialising in early music. This prestigious festival is organised by Beijing’s Forbidden City Concert Hall in collaboration with the Adam Mickiewicz Institute under its brand Culture.pl.

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Polish-Ukrainian virtuoso soprano Olga Pasichnyk with her ensemble performed at the Early Music Season in China on 8th April 2016. The concert, featuring Baroque compositions, took place at the Forbidden City Concert Hall in Beijing. On 15th April 2016 the same hall hosted the concert of harpsichordist Marcin Świątkiewicz with his ensemble.

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In April 2015, the Baroque orchestra Arte dei Suonatori gave a concert in Beijing's Forbidden City Concert Hall. The event was a part of this year's he Early Music Season, which also hosted the ensemble performing in Wuhan.

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Arte dei Suonatori, photo: Maciej Mulawa

Two Polish ensembles specializing in Baroque and Renaissance music – OCTAVA ensemble and Arte dei Suonatori – performed in Beijing and Wuhan.

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Exhibition 'Treasures from Chopin's Country' at the National Museum of China in Beijing, photo: Studio Panato

From February through November 2015, Culture.pl presented the largest ever Polish culture season in China. A series of exhibitions, concerts, theatre performances and film screenings was designed to give the Chinese audiences a whole new perspective on what Polish culture is about.

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