"Music in Old Kraków" is one of the oldest Polish classical music festivals, so it is not surprising it takes place in Kraków, the old city with long musical traditions. After all, the city’s musical aura has been created in part by famous composers such as Bach, Liszt, Brahms, Paderewski, and Rubenstein. Among this year's performers will be Andrzej Białko – organ, The Cracow Wind Quintet, Dmytro Holovenko – guitar, Spanish Brass, Jakub Kuszlik – piano, Krzysztof Jakowicz - violin, Lviv Virtuosos, Magdalena Bojanowicz – cello, Bartosz Koziak – cello, Choir 13 Saint Assyrian Fathers - Chants of the Assyrian Orthodox Church, Sandra Siudak – flute, Magdalena Turek – violin, The Royal Rorantists - Music for the Cracow Royal Chapel, Pierre Hantaï - harpsichord, Music of the New Spain, Camerata Polonia, Chanticleer - “Trade Winds”, Chanticleer - “Faith of our Fathers” and Steven Isserliss – cello. The festival's programme includes a wide range of music – from the oldest to contemporary works. The concerts take place in various historical venues, which certainly enhances the music experience, adding to the already timeless and elegant ambiance inherent to classical music.