The Music in Old Krakow festival will run in the Polish city from August 15th to 31st.
Organised by the Capella Cracoviensis, a leading Polish music institution which was established in 1970 by Stanislaw Galonski, the festival has grown over the years to become a 17-day event filled with concerts and recitals.
Concerts range from the baroque glories of Bach, Telemann and Purcell to the romantics like Weber and Berlioz.
There are also performances of music of the 20th century, including the works of Bartok and beyond.
The concerts are still mostly performed by the Capella Cracoviensis, which specialises in the early classical music that dominates the programme.
Venues include the Franciscan Church, the Cloth Hall, the courtyard of Collegium Maius and Wawel Castle.
Tickets can be purchased at the box office of the Philharmonic Hall, or at the venue itself about an hour before the performance.
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