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Conference on Polish pianist-turned-statesman

20.11.2019 15:10
A two-day conference focusing on the legacy of pianist and statesman Ignacy Jan Paderewski has been held in Warsaw, accompanied by the opening of an exhibition celebrating the great Pole, who lived from 1860 to 1941.
Ignacy Jan Paderewski, pictured around 1900. Photo: W. Kleckner [Public domain]
Ignacy Jan Paderewski, pictured around 1900. Photo: W. Kleckner [Public domain]via Wikimedia Commons

The exhibition, which features photographs and documents from collections in Poland and worldwide, is on show at the Public Library on Koszykowa Street in Warsaw until January 20.

Check out this story about an opera based on the life of the legendary Polish pianist.