The year 2011 marked the greatest national cultural endeavor in the history of Poland, one that showcased the achievements of Polish culture, encouraged citizen involvement, collapsing artificial divisions between disciplines and provoking cultural and intellectual exchange.
The biggest collection of works by Poland’s three masters: Witold Lutosławski, Henryk Mikołaj Górecki, and Krzysztof Penderecki. It comprises both widely known pieces and works that are nearly forgotten: grand performances and pieces of stage music, as well as scores written for movies, plays, and radio, even some popular tunes — totalling over 320 recordings and 380 descriptions.
Dwutygodnik is an online cultural magazine, a place for opinions, analysis and commentary that has successfully combined the traditions and quality of print journalism with the opportunities afforded by new media. Selected articles are translated and published at biweekly.pl.
The premiere of the first Blu-Ray box set in the series Martin Scorsese Presents: Masterpieces of Polish Cinema was held December 14 at the National Audiovisual Institute. The series showcases the most outstanding works of Polish cinema, digitally restored and with English and French subtitles. The set is available internationally and can be ordered online.