Summer Concerts from 21st August till 5th September 2021 in Krzyżowa
and the most beautiful places in Lower Silesia, Poland.
The Krzyżowa-Music Season 2021:
Live from Krzyżowa and Lower Silesia.
Krzyżowa, formerly Kreisau, stands like no other comparable location for resistance, exchange, culture and for European understanding. Again, Kryżowa-Music will host the seventh edition of the internationally acclaimed music workshop with festival flair
from 21st August till 5th September 2021.
The Krzyżowa-Music Concerts 2021 will take place in Krzyżowa and in the most
beautiful places across Lower Silesia - as well as online (Live Stream).
We will publish all information about the concerts during spring time on this website.
This was the Krzyżowa-Music Season 2020
The Covid 19 crisis has confronted all of us with unexpected challenges. With strict security measures in mind, our concerts in 2020 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 will be 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 your review of this special season: venues, workshop repertoire, musicians and programmes performed in our concerts:
Enjoy listening to our concerts here:
The Repertoire 2020
More than 40 chamber music pieces have been once again rehearsed this summer
in Krzyżowa/Kreisau. The repertoire list of pieces have been published short time before the concerts. In-depth interpretations have been acquired through many intensive rehearsals. At least one experienced musical personality (Senior or Mentor) who is familiar with the piece has participated in each chamber music formation.
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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