On June 28, the Borowsky family will offer their incredible musicianship in support of the Paderewski Scholarship Fund in a concert at the Embassy of the Republic of Poland Auditorium in Washington, D.C. Hailed by the international press as “American Virtuosi,” the Borowsky family–two cellists, a violinist, a pianist, and a vocalist–has been praised world-wide for their outstanding musicianship. The members of this extraordinary family have won their way into the hearts of millions of people through their concerts in the Americas, Asia, the Middle East, and Europe; radio and television performances; and CD recordings.

The Paderewski Scholarship was established by General Edward L. Rowny (at left) in 2004. Since then, the Fund has enabled eight outstanding Polish students to attend summer courses at George Mason University in Washington D.C. as well as intern in an organization of their choice in the nation’s capital. The Paderewski Scholarship Fund has partnered with The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) and George Mason University in order to expose aspiring Polish leaders to American political, business and academic culture. Since 1967, TFAS has educated young people from around the world in leadership and in free-market economy.

Saturday, June 28, 2014 | 6:30 pm
Paderewski Scholarship Fund Concert
Embassy of the Republic of Poland Auditorium
2640 16th St NW, Washington, DC 20009
Info: www.padpiano.org
Tickets: online at www.paypal.com or by mail via www.padpiano.org

[Sources: press release, padpiano.org]