has become an important element of the lyrical atmosphere of our city.
I truly enjoy its unique character, the wise art presented by exceptional
The singers, musicians, actors and dancers invited to perform at the festival will tackle important and beautiful matters in an equally beautiful language. They will comment on the insensitivity of the world, grace us with emotional moments, draw our attention to what’s personal and human, not only pragmatic. Paying tribute to the word harmonised with music, they will all talk about themselves, but also about human relations. The generalisations conveyed by their performances will resonate with personal reflections of every member of the audience, so that we can all live “in alliance with the world.” We will enrich our set of values, turn the mundane days into intriguing stories. We will embrace their songs as our treasure and cherish them forevermore.
Director of festival: Irena Beata Michałkiewicz
The Centre for Culture in Lublin is a municipal cultural institution.
The aims of its activity are stimulation of open artistic and educational
initiatives on various levels, as well as culture promotion.
The Centre's main artistic objectives are preparation and presentation of artistic projects, workshops' organization: examining and developing the modes of artistic expression, providing conditions and giving possibilities for authors and different culture circles to integrate.
The Centre for Culture in Lublin is a very “open” and “dynamic” institution in the way it prepares the events’ offer and gathers new audience.
Lublin, administrative centre
of the voivodship and the capital of the Lublin Region, and home to 365
thousand inhabitants, is the biggest town in Eastern Poland. The location
of the town atop loessial rolling hills of the Lublin Upland in the valley
of the Bystrzyca and its tributaries is one of its assets.
The city is the hub of bustling cultural life, with different events held annually, and attracting a wide audience. The Night of Culture, "Codes" Festival of Traditional and Avantgarde Music, "Theatre Confrontations", the International Dance Theatre Festival, the 'Magicians' Carnival, the Jagiellonian Fair, or the "East of Culture" - Different Sounds Art'n'Music Festival to name but a few are Lublin's flagship festive events whose prestige has been constantly growing.
GrozovSka Band Magdalena Piotrowska Mirosław Czyżykiewicz PompaDur Marcin Skrzypczak "Widzę i Opisuję" Maleo Reggae Rockers Trzy na Cztery Jakub Blokesz "Ulica szarlatanów" Karuzela Group Justyna Panfilewicz Przemysław Mazurek "Miron Białoszewski. Pamiętanik Powstania Warszawskiego" Leszek Długosz Maja Kleszcz & incarNations Karolina Cicha Trio „Cygan w Polskim. Życie jest piosenką” Mirosław Czyżykiewicz "Konie narowiste" Jacek Bończyk "Exterminator. Komedia muzyczna według "Kochanowa i okolic" Iva Bittová z zespołem Cikori Jakub Pawlak Katarzyna Dendys-Kosecka Jakub Zuckerman Łukasz Jędrys Joanna Kaczmarek Halla Nordfjörd Magda Umer Ewa Konstancja Bułhak "Godzina Wrońca" Ewa Błaszczyk Ewa Dałkowska Mat Elliot Europejczycy Isle of Love Łukasz Jędrys Paweł Ruszkowski Chłopcy Kontra Basia Gabriela Kundziewicz COALS NIC WIELKIEGO Dorota Julianna Mościbrodzka Teresa Drozda Piotr Szczepanik Jesus Christ Superstar Asnahim Piotr Wróblewski Antonina Krzysztoń Piotr Machalica Nic Wielkiego Maja Koman "Śpij, kochana" Broadway Esclusive Joanna Lewandowska Mikromusic "Alicja w Krainie Czarów" Tara Fuki Marcelina Lau Nau