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Polish early music festival goes online

06.04.2020 15:42
The Misteria Paschalia festival of early music in Poland celebrates Holy Week and Easter with often forgotten and rediscovered works by masters.
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It is one of the most important festivals of early music in Europe and has been organized by the Kraków Festival Office since 2004.

This year, the outbreak of the coronavirus has made it impossible to stage the festival with live music.

Instead, the organisers have decided to allow audiences to listen online to the best of concerts from past years.

As Robert Piaskowski, from the Kraków Festival Office, says: “It is impossible to imagine Holy Week and Easter without Misteria Paschalia and masters of early music.”

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