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Music Enchanted by Wood Festival - Brunary Wyżne

Music Enchanted by Wood Festival - Brunary Wyżne

zdjęcie cerkwii w Brunarach Wyżnych
The Małopolska Tourist Organization invites you to another concert of the Music Enchanted by Wood Festival! This time we meet in the Gorlice powiat in the Uście Gorlickie commune!

18.08.2019, at 17:00, Brunary Wyżne, Greek Catholic church of St. Michael the Archangel (UNESCO) Stanisław Słowiński Septet Violin Concerto "Visions" link to the concert venue: www.drewniana.malopolska.pl/?page=obiekty&id=20&word =  Brunary%20Wy%BFne link to the event on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/383453255844869/

Stanisław Słowiński – violinist, arranger, composer, music producer, multi-instrumentalist. Awarded with the Grand Prix of the 39th International Competition of Young Jazz Bands Jazz Juniors with his author's project Stanisław Słowiński Quintet. Winner of the Audience Award at the 1st International Zbigniew Seifert Jazz Violin Competition. Winner of the Creative Scholarship of the City of Kraków in 2014. He has been nominated many times in the categories "Violin" and "New Hope" in the Jazz Top survey conducted among the readers of the Jazz Forum magazine.
The Violin Concerto "Visions"  No. 1 is a summary of the artistic path of Stanisław Słowiński, inspired by both great classical stylistic forms as well as jazz and improvised music.

Performers: Stanisław Słowiński – violin, Marta Wajdzik – saxophones, flute, Zbyszek Szwajdych – trumpet, flugelhorn, Oskar Tomala – guitar, Kuba Płużek – piano, Justyn Małodobry – double bass, Dawid Fortuna – drums


Greek Catholic parish church of St. Michael the Archangel  in Brunary Wyżne (currently the Roman Catholic parish church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary) is dated 1797. The building, despite subsequent transformations, has retained the most important features of the typical West Lemko church. The interior is crowned with flat ceilings and facets. The polychrome with rococo-classical architectural and floral motifs was made by Antoni and Józef Bogdański in 1898. In the nave there are fragments of an older baroque polychrome from the end of the 18th century. The baroque iconostasis from the 18th century was repainted during renovation in 1831. In 2013, the building has been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Admission to all concerts is free! See you on the Trail!
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The Music Enchanted by Wood Festival is organized within the Action 6.1. Development of cultural and natural heritage, Sub-measure 6.1.2. Organization of cultural events of the Regional Operational Programme for the Małopolska Region 2014-2020.

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