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The Warsaw Philharmonic Hall was founded by a group of patriotic aristocrats back in 1901. It soon became one of the leading musical establishments in Europe, and it was the venue for a number of international events such as the Chopin Piano competition. The building originally had a Viennese Secession style but after the obliteration of the Second World War (during which over half of the musicians perished) the Hall was rebuilt in a new style. Today the Hall is flourishing again, and many of the world's great orchestras have performed year. The annual Witold Lutoslawski Forum is one of several events to look out for. Have a peek at their website or our events calendar for news of current events.
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I'M Going to be in warzaw from 24/05 to 27/05. Will You advise me things to do there. For exemple music concerts?
Thank You for your time and help.
I have a 25year commerative pin:Enscribed:JUB.ORK.,XXV,FILH.WARSZ.,1901-1926.
Believeved to have been presented to Josef(joseph) Englander,A Violinest at that time who migrated to the U.S.A.to escape the war.Further, it was given to my wife by Joanna Englander,his wife.(deceased).We would like to sell it,If anyone is interested,Please contact me via E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
I am looking forward to their new season. I will be studying music in Warsaw and would like to see Polish musician in action.
Really not bad! I can't believe I decided to visit Warsaw again on their off-season... sometimes I am so brainless... Must come back again this winter!