A collection of over 130 classical pieces of music that everyone should know: from anonymous medieval pieces to 20th century classics. Available for free, wherever there’s an internet connection.
An incredible conversation between top figures of the avant-garde world - Jonny Greenwood, Bryce Dessner, Beth Gibbons, and Aphex Twin - and pre-eminent contemporary Polish composers. The project was inaugurated with a joint performance by Penderecki and Greenwood at the European Culture Congress and has since spawned multiple new tracks, albums, and even a series of live shows.
On May 29th, during the opening ceremony of NInA's new building, the celebrated AUKSO chamber orchestra will perform three pieces by Aleksander Nowak.
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.
The opening programme featured two world premieres: a musical one (Aleksander Nowak), and a movie one (Piotr Stasik). Besides that, we’ve had Maciej Grzybowski’s piano recital, an intergenerational dance party with DJ Wika, and a movie marathon with Grzegorz Jarzyna's No Matter How Hard We Tried and many more. And that’s just a small taste of what we have in store for you for the summer and what you can expect from NInA’s Beta Version Festival which will be taking place in the fall.
On May 30th, Maciej Grzybowski, a charismatic pianist, will perform a piano recital for the opening of NInA's new building.
A musical education site launched by NInA to help students explore the world of sound in the most engaging way possible: through creative play and experimentation.
Seven composers, seven musical pieces, seven preeminent orchestras and seven performances in HD, Blu-Ray and 3D formats. An original, audiophile box set of Polish contemporary music as interpreted by the world’s best performers.
A great debate on the condition of contemporary Europe and the crowning event of the Cultural Program of the Polish EU Presidency in 2011.
„The Orchestrator” (Orkiestrownik) is a modern guide through the world of classical music in the form of a mobile app. It provides its users with a step-by-step introduction to the world of the orchestra, explores the individual instruments, roles of the musicians and conductor, it also features a sample rehearsal and a performance. All of this in a world-class mobile multimedia application, the first of its kind.