2015 in Review – News

One of the newest installments in Google’s Cultural Institute initiative is the exhibit Witold Lutosławski 1913-1994, an interactive exploration of the life and works of the famous Polish composer, through images and text. This is the third Cultural Institute exhibit to be curated by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute/Culture.pl. There was a strong Polish presence at the January 29…Continue Reading 2015 in Review – News

2015 in Review – Awards

The Polish American Historical Association (PAHA) announced the winners of the PAHA awards for 2014 at the 72nd Annual Meeting in New York (January 2-4, 2015): the Amicus Poloniae Award “recognizing significant contributions enhancing knowledge of Polish and Polish‐American heritage by individuals not belonging to the Polish‐American community” was given to Ms. TERRY TEGNAZIAN, co‐founder of Aquila Polonica Publishing, and Dr. MAJA TROCHIMCZYK, of Moonrise Press and…Continue Reading 2015 in Review – Awards

2015 in Review – Anniversaries


2015 marks the 30th anniversary of the Polish Music Center at the USC Thornton School of Music—a library and cultural outreach center established in 1985 for the promotion of Polish music and culture that has no equal anywhere in the world. Read an overview of the anniversary in our Feb 2015 Newsletter. Poland’s premiere music publishers, Polskie Wydawnictwo Muzyczne…Continue Reading 2015 in Review – Anniversaries

M. Górecki World Premiere

On June 28, Trio Integro will give the world premiere of Mikołaj Górecki’s Trio for alto flute, violin and viola. Warsaw-based Trio Integro is comprised of Agnieszka Guz – violin, Aleksandra Demowska-Madejska – viola, and Ania Karpowicz – flute. The concert is a part of the “Summer Concerts at Grochowska Street” series, hosted by Sinfonia Varsovia from…Continue Reading M. Górecki World Premiere