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Chopin Concerts in Royal Łazienki Park

May 17 - Jul 5 2020    
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A statue to Poland’s most famous composer, Fryderyk Chopin, was unveiled in 1926 in the Royal Łazienki Park. It was unfortunately destroyed during World War II but rebuilt and again placed in the park in 1958. Since 1959 the Fryderyk Chopin Society and the Stołeczna Estrada have organised concerts of Chopin music in the shadow of the statue and these concerts have featured many renowned performers over the decades. 

This year’s 61st Season of Chopin Concerts at the Royal Łazienki, featuring recitals by some of Poland's finest pianists, has been moved to the Internet. Due to the coronavirus epidemic, this year, for the first time in history, the famous Chopin Concerts will not take place by the Monument to Chopin. The most distinguished Polish pianists will perform for the listeners online. The recitals, which will be available on the Museum website, will be recorded at the Old Orangery in the Royal Łazienki. A carefully selected repertoire, beautiful Stanislavian-era interiors and their unique acoustics will add value to these exceptional events.
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