Concert
every Sunday: 10.07-24.07.2022

Lullaby for Muranów – a series of outdoor acoustic concerts

We return to the Meadow with live music – every Sunday in July we invite you to outdoor concerts in the green surroundings. You will listen to acoustic music from and for the soul, performed by excellent chamber musicians from Ukraine.

  • Sundays: 3, 10, 17, 24 July, 5 PM – 6 PM
  • Free admission
  • Venue: "POLIN on the Meadow" (green square in front of POLIN Museum, from the side of Lewartowskiego Street)

You will be sheltered from the summer heat and the impending Monday blues by traditional and classical music. Minimum words, maximum beauty, relaxation and concentration. We recommend you listen to the music while laying down on the grass, on a blanket, or dancing barefoot!

Artists from Ukraine will perform within the green space of the "POLIN on the Meadow" installation.

3 and 17 July, the group Vilni [eng. Free]

The Vilni group consists of students as well as graduates of musical conservatories in Ukraine who found a safe haven in Warsaw after fleeing the war zone. The group members—vocalists, instrumentalists and conductors—share the joint will to play music and to perform. They play mainly Ukrainian music because they want to popularise it abroad. During the two concerts, they will perform traditional Ukrainian songs with the accompaniment of French horn.

10 July, "Playing at the table" Serhiy Ohrimchuk’s band

"Playing at the table" is a unique element in a traditional culture. Aside from playing which is related to specific rituals, or simply playing as an accompaniment to dance, playing “to listen” is one of the most curious moments in folk entertainment. Music-making of this kind evokes a wide spectrum of impressions and emotions; it allows for the creation of unique sounds and performance combinations. The repertoire from the Carpathian region of Ukraine ranges from meditative songs (kolomeykas) to boisterous drunken chants. Serhiy Ohrimchuk's band will present songs from the Bukovina, Transcarpathia, Hutsulya, the Lemko and Boyko regions.

Featuring:

  • Serhiy Ohrimchuk (violin, vocal),
  • Mikhail Kachalov (fidel, vocl),
  • Severin Danyleiko (bass, vocal).

24 July, Serhiy Ohrimchuk’s band

The band of Serhiy Ohrimchuka will take us on a musical journey through the ethnographic regions of Ukraine. From central Transnistria and Polesie, through Podolia and Volhynia to Galicia—we will see how other cultures (including Jewish and Polish) have influenced traditional Ukrainian music.

Featuring:

  • Serhiy Ohrimchuk (violin, vocal),
  • Olena Yeremenko (violin),
  • Severin Danyleiko (bass, vocal).

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