What the festival has to offer is truly amazing, a mix of traditional, pre-war and contemporary music, to performances by Jazz stars such as Italian guitarist Francesco Bruno who will play with the Jerzy Małek Trio, the Szymon Łukowski Quintet, Lithuanian sax player Liudas Mockūnas, Grammy award winning Jazz pianist Włodek Pawlik (Poland), Janek Młynarski and the Combo group (Poland), Dominik Wania and Atom String Quartet (Poland), Kroke (Poland) who will surprise attendees with their latest project, Małgorzata Guthman (Poland), Chaim Steren, Nacman Trojeman, Nathanel Ilvitzki - cantoral concert, Next Generation (Israel), Vadim Brodski (Ukraine) and a highly-anticipated appearance by world-pop artist Kayah (Poland).
The organisers have not forgetten about children and families, for whom a wide range of activities will be prepared too! The mission of the festival is to promote the idea of tolerance and intercultural openness in an interesting and accessible way by showing contemporary threads of this wonderful culture, presented by outstanding artists from around the world. A popular festival among locals and international visitors alike, it cannot be missed - and with it also being online, there's really no excuse to miss any of it!
Aug 22 2020 - Aug 30 2020