Music, Poetry and Art – Celebrating 25 Years of Freedom
The Polish Center of Wisconsin announces an evening of music, poetry, and art to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the end of Communist rule in Poland.
FRANKLIN/MILWAUKEE— The Polish Center of Wisconsin announces an evening of music, poetry, and art to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the end of Communist rule in Poland.
The program, on Sunday, November 16 at 5:00 p.m., will feature popular Polish songs, poetry in Polish and English, and contemporary art. Coffee, wine and refreshments will be served. Cash bar. Tickets are $8.00 in advance and $10.00 at the door. MasterCard, Discover and VISA are accepted. For more information, or to order tickets call 414-529-2140.
The program is organized by local artists Stefania S. Murawska (poetry), Danuta Anna Karnicka (music), and Danuta Zarek (art). Performers will include Kinga Vnuk, piano; Mira Szabla, singer, and poet; Marcin Kowalik, guitar and poetry; Danuta Anna Karnicka, soprano; Milwaukee poets Peter Burzynski and Stefania Murawska; Chicago poets Maria Zaniewska, Ewelina Zielinska, and Janusz Klis; as well as Milwaukee painter Danuta Zarek and Chicago portrait artist Marina Goian. Poetry lovers will have an opportunity to recite poems during a 30 minute open microphone session!
The Polish Center is located at 6941 South 68th Street in Franklin, between Rawson Avenue and Loomis Road. For more information, visit www.polishcenterofwisconsin.org.
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