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The Silesian Chamber Orchestra celebrated its 30th Anniversary in April Conductor, composer and pianist Jerzy Maksymiuk celebrated his 75th birthday with Sinfonia Varsovia, an ensemble that he has led and recorded with for many years, in May The Poznań Music Academy celebrated its 90th anniversary The 70th anniversary of the death of I. Paderewski (June 29, 1941) was celebrated with concerts and other events around the world—see a full listing in the July 2011 Newsletter Celebrations of the100th birth anniversary of Władysław Szpilman were inaugurated in Sosnowiec on July 6, exactly 11 years after the composer and pianist died in Warsaw—details are available at: A., was held in May The International Karol Szymanowski Festival took place in August in Beijing, China, with the theme "Karol Szymanowski - an artist before his time" The Transatlantyk International Film and Music Festival—created and directed by Polish film composer, Jan A. Kaczmarek—happened for the first time in Pozńan, Poland in August.Festival juries named Norwegian composer Matthijs Kleboom the “Transatlantyk Young Composer of 2011” and gave violinist Agata Szymczewska the “Transatlantic Chopin Award for the Most Promising Artist of the Year,” while Dawid Rudnicki won the Transatlantyk Instant Composition Contest Celebrating their 60th and 80th birthdays respectively, Polish composer Rafał Augustyn and Danish composer Ib Nørholm will be the central figures of the 2011 Rudersdal Sommerkoncerter Festival The 49th Bydgoszcz Music Festival in Sep. honored Henryk Mikołaj Górecki (1933-2010) with performances of some of the greatest ensembles from Poland and abroad The 3rd International Chamber Music Festival ‘Muzyka na szczytach’ [Music in the Heights] in Zakopane presented excellent chamber ensembles of all genres from around Europe 16th Festival of Polish Composers in Bielsko- Biała was held in memory of its former patron, Henryk Mikołaj Górecki, and focused on the theme of “Polish composers of film music” The International Festival of Films about Music KAMERa TON celebrated the film music of Krzesimir Dębski and held concerts with some of the best Polish jazz and classical musicians The first edition of the Actus Humanus Festival happened in Dec.in Gdańsk, offering audiences true masterpieces of early music linked with the Christmas season, played by the world’s leading performers of historic music , intended “to contribute to a strengthened recognition of the role of arts and culture in the development of our European societies” by influencing the EU budget for the next ten years (2014-2020) was launched Polish Radio’s 3-year rental contract for their unique Lutosławski Studio S1 to a musical theatre group, and the expected practical eviction of the resident Polish Radio Orchestra, caused an uproar among many musicians, music lovers, and critics—the following petition was written against the action The international tour of the I, Culture Orchestra—comprised of young musicians from across the Eastern countries of the European Union—was were initiated by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute, the cultural wing of the Poland’s Foreign Ministry.
The Polish Composers’ Union (ZKP) and the Institute for Music and Dance organized the First Conference on Polish Music, held at the National Library in Warsaw in May, the results of which were published as the 2011 Raport o stanie muzyki polskiej [Report on the State of Polish Music] A new website dedicated to the life and works of Polish composer Karol Szymanowski was launched: the 2011/2012 season, the Warsaw National Philharmonic invited composer and conductor Paweł Łukaszewski (b. Hosted by the Kosciuszko Foundation Throughout 2011, the Grand Theatre in Poznań [Teatr Wielki im.ANNIVERSARIES 2011was named the year of scientist Marie Curie-Skłodowska and poet Czesław Miłosz by the Polish government, in honor of the 100th anniversary of the second Nobel Prize awarded to Curie-Skłodowska (in the field of Chemistry) and the 100th anniversary of Miłosz’s birth.