• Chopin Year Celebrations

    A Calendar of Events letting you know what, where and when is happening throughout the Chopin Year:

    • Events: concerts, exhibitions, shows and many others
    • Reports
    • Interviews
    • Kordegarda CHOPIN 2010
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  • Information Resource

    A wealth of information about Fryderyk Chopin’s life and work:  

    • Quizzes and interesting facts
    • Recommended recordings and publications
    • Educational resources  
    • Image bank  
    • Presentation of places connected Chopin  
    • Links to competent sources
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  • CHOPIN For Kids

    An inspiring guide helping children to enter the exciting word of Fryderyk Chopin’s music:

    • Interactive games and activities for the youngest ones
    • Tips and guidelines for parents
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  • Inter:Act

    Engaging social networking initiatives revolving around the Chopin Year.

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  • TV Programme

    An archive of past episodes of the show broadcast on TVP1 plus.

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  • Chopin 2010
    Celebrations Office

    A platform for exchanging information between institutions, journalists and organisers of jubilee events. Brings you official information about:

    • Past, present and planned activities of the Office
    • artProjects: mobile artistic projects
    • Chopin-themed tours
    • Chopin 2010 Press Office

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    • Log on to all six Chopin websites
    • Submit and then update events held as part of the Chopin Year
    • Create a personalised  list of events and print it out in a handy form  
    • Subscribe to a newsletter and take part in competitions with attractive prizes to win
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‘16 August 1835, Mikołaj Chopin to his family in Warsaw: “having learned from my letters that I was to travel to Karlsbad, he wished to give us the most pleasant of surprises; he abandoned his activities in Paris and travelled for several nights in order to arrive here before us. He has not changed a bit. […] We shed tears of joy”. Fryderyk: “Indescribable our joy! […] that I had always only hoped for, and today the realisation of this happiness and happiness and happiness”. Since leaving Poland towards the end of 1830, Chopin had not seen his parents even once. An opportunity to meet arose unexpectedly in 1835. They spent a month together, partly in Karlsbad, partly in Tetschen, famed for the beautiful castle of the Thun-Hohensteins’ [Tomaszewski, Chopin…].