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Since 2017, the PMC and the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust in Pan Pacific Park have co-organized several concerts per year. The programs in this series spotlight works by Polish Jewish composers who are prominent in the PMC’s archive and library collections.
As part of Poland’s Centennial Celebration in 2018, the USC Polish Music Center presents a spring concert of music by composers of the Młoda Polska [Young Poland] generation, whose works are typified by the modernist and neo-romantic aesthetic of pre-war occupied Poland. Performed by violinist Maria Sławek and pianists Grzegorz Mania and Piotr Różański of the Polish Society of Chamber Musicians from Kraków.