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Last Words for a great start
Add date: Tuesday, 22 March 2016

Jordi Savall, a recurring guest without whom it is hard to imagine the Misteria Paschalia Festival, surprised us all. This time he did not bring a syncretic project with him, but a classical concert programme, performed with his Le Concert des Nations ensemble – the orchestral version of Haydn’s The Seven Last Words of Our Saviour On the Cross,performed for the inauguration of the Festival.

Time to begin the 13th edition of the Misteria Paschalia Festival!
Add date: Monday, 21 March 2016

Over the course of the upcoming week, Krakow will once again become the world capital of early music, as the 13th edition of the Misteria Paschalia Festival is starting today. We are going to witness many musical emotions and exaltations: the audiences in Krakow are going to listen to the most prominent artists who work with early music. Ladies and Gentlemen, we are beginning one of the most widely recognised early music festivals in Europe, which will accompany us during the entire Holy Week and Easter.

Baroque Take-away
Add date: Thursday, 17 March 2016

The “KURANT” music bookstore and the Music Corner prepared their special Easter offer with the fans of the Misteria Paschalia Festival in mind. The two legendary Krakow music stores will set up their booths at every festival location and will sell unique albums there.

The 13th Misteria Paschalia on the waves of Polish Radio
Add date: Wednesday, 16 March 2016

On Monday, the 21st of March, one of the most recognisable festivals of early music in Europe – Misteria Paschalia – will start in Krakow. As has become tradition, Program 2 of the Polish Radio, which is a co-organiser of the event, invites all music lovers to tune in to the exceptional transmissions direct from Krakow.

The European Day of Early Music will open the 13th Misteria Paschalia!
Add date: Thursday, 10 March 2016

For the first time,on the 21st of March, Krakow will become a part of the network of cities promoting European heritage and its early music part in particular – all thanks to the Misteria Paschalia Festival, which made the Baroque and Renaissance music one of the defining characteristics of our city. The first day of spring is the birthday of Johann Sebastian Bach, and the annual festival of early music, celebrated throughout Europe. This year we become a part of it and together with Jordi Savall and Le Concert des Nations ensemble we proudly join the rich programme of the 4th European Day of Early Music.

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