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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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NeoQuartet, photo: Tamara Wyrzykowska

NeoQuartet, Gdańsk-based string quartet specialising in contemporary music, played two concerts in China. The musicians performed in the Forbidden City Concert Hall in Beijing and at the Shanghai New Music Week.

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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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Marcin Świątkiewicz, photo: Leszek Zych / Polityka

Polish artists took Chinese audiences on a musical journey through masterpieces of the giants of Baroque in Europe.

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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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Beata Bilińska, photo: bilinska.pl

Chinese fans of classical music had the extraordinary opportunity to listen to Chopin's music as performed by the distinguished Polish artist Beata Bilińska. Her two concerts took place in the famous Forbidden City Concert Hall in Beijing and in Wuhan.

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