Selection of more significant cultural offerings of interest to travelers and tourists in Poland:
Theater Wielki, Polish National Opera
Theater Wielki, Plac Teatralny 1, PO Box 59, 00-950 The Warsaw Theater holds the National Opera (Opera Narodowa) and two of the four stages that belong to the National Theater (Teatr Narodowy).
The permanent repertoire includes ballet and opera such as “Nabucco”, “Aida”, “Mrs. Butterfly”, “Romeo and Julia”.
Theater Wielki in Łódź
Theater Wielki w Łodzi, Plac Dąbrowskiego, 90-249 Łódź- the largest theater in Łódź, especially known for performances in opera, operetta and ballet; the theater is one of the most important opera scenes in Poland. Here works by classical composers such as Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Verdi and Wagner, as well as more modern composers such as Krzysztof Penderecki and Bogdan Pawłowski. – The theater is also known as the organizer of international ballet festivals; on these occasions the most famous ballet ensembles from all over the world come to źódź and perform here.
The Musical Theater Roma
Theater Muzyczny Roma, ul.Nowogrodzka 49, 00-695 Warsaw.The theater is the most popular musical theater in Poland; its repertoire includes titles like “Cats”, “Miss Saigon” and “The ghost of the opera”.
See also this page: The Musical Theater of Rome
‘Mazowsze’, State Folk Singing and Folk Dance Group
Państwowy Zespół Ludowy Pieśni i Tańca “Mazowsze”, Pałacowo-Parkowy Zespół Zabytkowy “Karolin”, ul. Świerkowa 2, 05-805 OtrębusyWith its beginnings in 1948, the foundation of the group's repertoire was the folk culture of Mazowsze and other central regions. Today, the tunes originate from all over Poland and even from abroad – and ballet performances and orchestral music have been added. The group, which currently comprises approx. 100 artists, performing at numerous performances both at home and abroad every year and is the most famous Polish group of its kind. “Mazowsze” has released several gramophone records and CDs’is.
The singing and dancing group ‘Śląsk’
Zespół Pieśni i Tańca “Śląsk”, Zamkowa 3, 42-286 Koszęcin“Śląsk“ (“Silesia”) is one of the largest folkloric groups in Poland, founded in 1953. The group's program initially included Silesian dances and songs. Since then the repertoire has been expanded with songs and dances from other Polish regions. In the first years the group numbered over 100 choir singers and dancers, later the number of artists increased to almost threefold. The group has released many records and CDs’is; the group has often performed abroad and thus visited at least 42 different countries. “Śląsk” has received 5 awards for the group's artistic work, including 3 Polish and 2 foreign.
folk Group “Marciny”
Kapela Ludowa “Marciny”, Marcinowo 2, 55-100 TrzebnicaMusic and singing group “Marciny” originated in 1978 in the village of Marcinowo at Trzebnica north of Wrocław, founded and led by Marian Kowalski. The majority of participants still live in the village. Among the sources of the group's repertoire are folk from the Lublin region, the Kielce region and the Kurpian region. The group, which performs both in Poland and abroad, has received a Polish accolade for its artistic efforts.
See also this page: ““The Little Folk Museum at Kowalski” and “The folk group MarcinyThe Little Folk Museum at Kowalski
National Museum of Warsaw
Muzeum Narodowe w Warsaw, Al. Jerozolimskie 3, 00-495 Warsaw large collections of ancient art: Egyptian, Greek and Roman art, Polish painting from the 13th century. as well as foreign art of recent times: French, Dutch, Italian, German and Russian art.
The Archaeological Museum in Kraków
Muzeum Archeologiczne w Krakowie, ul.Senacka 3, 31-002 Kraków
The Little Folk Museum at Kowalski
Małe Muzeum Ludowe u Kowalskich, Marcinowo 2, 55-100 The Trzebnica Museum was founded by Marian Kowalski (b. 1938) who has collected (and restored) old agricultural tools, household goods and furniture in the area, as well as watches over half a century. , folk costumes, oil lamps and more; one of the newest departments in the museum is “The bread house”, whose topic is the history of bread making, but also presents other areas of cooking and household. The museum's owners are Aleksandra and Marian Kowalski, and it is open every day.
See also this page: ““The Little Folk Museum at Kowalski” and “The folk group MarcinyThe Little Folk Museum at Kowalski .
See also the description of the individual Polish cities and villages .
National Museum of Warsaw
Muzeum Narodowe w Warsaw, Al. Jerozolimskie 3, 00-495 Warsaw
The State Art Gallery
Państwowa Galeria Sztuki, ul. Marii Skłodowskiej-Curie 10/12, 81-703 Sopot
Museum of Photography History in Kraków
Muzeum Historii Fotografii w Krakowie, ul.Józefitów 16, 30-045 Kraków
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