Summer Concerts from 23rd August till 4th September 2022 in Krzyżowa
and the most beautiful places in Lower Silesia, Poland.
The Krzyżowa-Music Season 2022:
Live in Krzyżowa and Lower Silesia.
Krzyżowa, formerly Kreisau, stands like no other place for European understanding
and international unity, exchange and culture. Since 2015, the Krzyżowa-Music
masterclasses have been very recognized worldwide thanks to their high level and the incomparable festival atmosphere.
The Krzyżowa-Music concerts take place in Krzyżowa and other remarkable venues
across Lower Silesia, Poland and in Germany. Music lovers and interested persons
are cordially invited to join us for concerts and symposia Krzyżowa. All current news are published during spring and summer time on this website.
The Covid 19 crisis has confronted all of us with unexpected challenges. With strict security measures in mind, our concerts in 2020 and 2021 took place almost just as originally planned, in contrast to many festivals that have had to completely cancel their concerts. This has been only possible, as our chamber music concerts were performed for a restricted and registered audience. Compared to the originally planned programme there were only minor changes concerning the venues.
Please find here below a review of this special season - venues, workshop repertoire, musicians and programmes performed in our concerts:
Enjoy listening to our concerts here
The Programme 2022
The schedule for the 2022 workshops will include over 50 chamber works.
During everyday intensive rehearsals, in-depth interpretations of more and less known instrumental works will be developed. These small groups consist of course participants and at least one experienced and well-known musical personality.
The Repertoire and the Concert Programmes will be published here in Summer 2022.
Krzyżowa-Music to listen and watch
”Nothing could be more fitting than to have music played at this particular location. The pronouncement of Freya von Moltke that
‘any successful encounter has to involve listening carefully to one another’ is exactly what these young musicians put into practice.“
Alfred Brendel, Pianist
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