The welcome reception will be organised on 28 August (Tuesday) at the Physics Hall of the Warsaw University ofÂ Technology. Every symposium participant, including accompanying persons, is cordially invited.
Time: 6 p.m.-8 p.m.
Place: Physics Hall, WUT
The gala dinner will take place on 30 August (Thursday) at the Museum of John Paul II Collection in Warsaw, alsoÂ known as the PorczyÅski Gallery or Carroll-PorczyÅki Collection, which is housed in the building of the former stockÂ exchange and National Bank. It is considered one of the nest collections of European art in Warsaw. The collectionÂ includes around 400 exhibits, mainly Old Masters and the Impressionists, along with some copies of masterpieces ofÂ European painting.Â (Wikipedia)
Musical performance:Â Â “Poloneza czas zaczÄ
Ä…”/Time to start polonaise…”Â (Adam Mickiewicz, Pan Tadeusz)
The gala dinner will feature a performance by the pianist Krzysztof Stanienda, as well as by the Prima Vista StringÂ Quartet. The performance will cover selected polonaises of the Polish musical literature from the 18th-20th centuries.Â Included will be works of Tadeusz KoÅciuszko, Micha l Kleofas OgiÅki, Wojciech Kilar, and Fryderyk Chopin.
Performers:Â Pianist: Krzysztof Stanienda &Â Prima Vista String Quartet: Krzysztof BzÃ³wka – first violin, JÃ³zef Kolinek – second violin, Piotr Nowicki – viola,Â Zbigniew KrzymiÅski – cello
Krzysztof Stanienda was born in 1986. He is an extremely talented pianist of the young generation: a graduate ofÂ the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw. He is a prize-winner of both national and foreign competitions.Â Krzysztof Stanienda is a co-founder of the Chopin Piano Quintet ensemble. He works at music workshops as aÂ pianist-coach. Since 2012, he has been a lecturer at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music.Â The Prima Vista String Quartet, celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, is one of the most interesting and bestÂ Polish chamber ensembles. Their widespread repertoire is remarkable and is a consequence of the popularization ofÂ works accredited to Polish composers. The quartet regularly works with exceptional Polish and international soloists.Â Members of the Prima Vista String Quartet are also valued studio musicians, having taken part in the recording ofÂ lm music as well as music albums by renowned Polish artists. The quartet has performed in Slovakia, Hungary,Â Ukraine, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, France, Greece, Portugal, Montenegro, Canada, the USA, Japan, China, SouthÂ Korea, North Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia and Argentina.
Time: 7.30 p.m.-11 p.m.
Place: Museum of John Paul II Collection, Pl. Bankowy 1
Join our community for the SAFEPROCESS 2018 farewell party, which will take place on 31 August (Friday) in theÂ Main Hall of the Warsaw University of Technology.
Time: 5 p.m.-7 p.m.
Place: Main Hall, WUT
Coffee breaks and lunches
All symposium participants, including accompanying persons, are entitled to coffee breaks and lunches, which willÂ take place in the Main Hall of the Warsaw University of Technology.
Time: daily as scheduled in the program
Place: Main Hall, WUT
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Please note that tours are handled by an external service, provided by our partnerÂ JORDAN Group Congress Bureau.