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LOTTERY FOR HUSBANDS Karol Szymanowski- premiere on YouTube

27.03.2020

Lottery for Husbands came as a great surprise to the audience, for who would have though that in his youth the decent, solemn Karol Szymanowski authored...

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    AUDITION FOR THE BALLET OF THE KRAKOW OPERA

    10 July 2020

    The Krakow Opera invites dancers to audition for its Ballet. The audition date is as follows: 28 August 2020, 10:00 am, ballet chamber at ul. Św. Tomasza 37 in Krakow.   more »

    THE SUMMER HOLIDAY BREAK

    30 June 2020

    Please be advised that the Krakow Opera Box Office and Customer Service is closed from 1 July to 16 August 2020 due to the summer holiday break.   more »

    Change in the organization of Opera work [updated]

    7 April 2020

    We would like to kindly inform you that due to limitations in operations of cultural institutions introduced by the Regulation of the Minister of Health of 20 March 2020...   more »

    Charity Concert "For Australia"

    5 February 2020

    A special charity concert Artists of the Krakow Opera For Australia is an expression of our involvement in helping the continent consumed by fire as well as its suffering people and animals...   more »

    Evening with the artist - Bożena Zawiślak-Dolny

    27 September 2019

    The beginning of the new season gives us the opportunity to invite you to participate in a series of meetings with artists. Entitled “Evening with the artist”, they will be filled with music, memories, anecdotes, conversations, and live performances – all in a casual setting, with a glass...   more »

    Artists of the Krakow Opera paid tribute to Iwona Borowicka

    16 September 2019

    On Saturday, 14 September, a concert commemorating Iwona Borowicka took place. It was organised to celebrate the 35th anniversary of her death and 65th anniversary of her debut. The event, co-organised by Stowarzyszenie Radosny Senior (The Happy Senior Society)...   more »

    Can 2019/2020 season in the Krakow Opera surprise you?

    3 September 2019

    The 2019/2020 season should satisfy both those who expect to be taken for a sentimental journey to the past and those hungry for experiments. Four premieres outline a wide stylistic, historical, and genre horizon whose borders stretch from Jacques Offenbach to Arthur Honegger.   more »

    Summary of the 2018/2019 season

    10 July 2019

    This last season at the Krakow Opera ended, traditionally, with the Summer Festival. The audience awarded the artists, who concluded the musical celebration by performing Gioachino Rossini’s “The Barber of Seville”, with a standing ovation. The comedy style finale...   more »

    MONIUSZKO’S MASTERPIECES AT WAWEL (AFTER THE “WORLD OPERA ARIAS” CONCERT)

    24 June 2019

    It is difficult to imagine the Krakow Opera Summer Festival without the “World Opera Arias” concert, the tenth edition of which took place this year. On 23 June, our theatre soloists, choir and orchestra performed at the Wawel Castle a special rendition of the “Arias” devoted to the opera...   more »

    Candide in reviews

    10 June 2019

    The second weekend of June was marked by Leonard Bernstein’s Candide. Three evenings in our theatre began with the characteristic, vivid, full of melodic inventiveness overture to the work which is sometimes called the valentine of European music.   more »

    Candide in reviews

    10 June 2019

    The second weekend of June was marked by Leonard Bernstein’s Candide. Three evenings in our theatre began with the characteristic, vivid, full of melodic inventiveness overture to the work which is sometimes called the valentine of European music.   more »

    Candide in reviews

    10 June 2019

    The second weekend of June was marked by Leonard Bernstein’s Candide. Three evenings in our theatre began with the characteristic, vivid, full of melodic inventiveness overture to the work which is sometimes called the valentine of European music.   more »

    Candide in reviews

    10 June 2019

    The second weekend of June was marked by Leonard Bernstein’s Candide. Three evenings in our theatre began with the characteristic, vivid, full of melodic inventiveness overture to the work which is sometimes called the valentine of European music.   more »