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3 July Wednesday

18:00Swada Fairytale Lullabies Nowohuckie Centrum Kultury

Colourful, atmospheric, poetic concert for children and parents. Fairy tales and songs by Agnieszka Jaga Szeptalin, composed and performed by the vocal group Swada and friends.

Beautiful traditional melodies are interwoven with original compositions, which will rock, calm and soothe both the kids and their parents. The concert is also an invitation to get acquainted with the recently released album and book containing lyrics and colourful illustrations by Katarzyna Chodoń. This publication should make the fairy-tale land of gentleness move into the comfort of your home.

Swada is inspired by traditional songs of Slavic nations, combining the white singing technique with experimental forms. Their wide range of instruments includes the guitar, the Hungarian zither and drums.


Katarzyna Chodoń – vocals, dance

Iwona Karcz – vocals

Jaga Szeptalin – vocals

Anna Sitko – vocals

András Dávid Kiss – guitar, Hungarian zither

5 July Friday

20:00Bel Air de Forró concert

admission free
6 July Saturday

18:00Loogaroo concert Powiśle 11

Pedro & Magdalena – workshops with live music played by Pablo (Loogaroo)

Immerse yourself, imagine, improvise! Folk music evolves thanks to the influences of contemporary jazz, electro or hip hop, which change the way dancers interpret music. The aim of the artists is to show how dancers can develop their own style, using the body's capabilities to combine “official” and “personal” choreographies. Participants will also focus on bodily and musical impulses to find inspiration for creative improvisation. The workshop leaders intend to “deconstruct our body” by working on body isolation, chest and abdominal movements, with a strong emphasis on breathing. Improvising solo and in pairs to music of different styles, moods and motifs, they will try to diversify the imagination of all participants and make them all more creative. The authors of the workshop also want to get closer to the practice of dance theatre, in which emotions and imagination encourage to move in a specific way to express to the audience what we feel.


admission free