Polonia House is located in the heart of the Old Town, Warsaw, on Krakowskie Przedmieście 64 street.
The beautiful interiors of the Polonia House remind us of old Poland in a pre-war style. In addition to a beautiful, intimate concert hall, the concert space is decorated with valuable souvenirs, medals and sculpture of Ignacy Jan Paderewski, famous polish diplomat, pianist, composer and the first President of the newly liberated Poland following the First World War. The building has spacious corridors with large sculptures (including a statue of Frederic Chopin) and impressive half-turn staircases.
Polonia House concert hall will fit 40 people.
Performances are given on a Yamaha C5 concert piano by a select group of pianists.
All our artists are specially selected and of international standing having performed at some of the largest concert halls across the world. They range from venerable professors of music to brilliant young graduates from New York’s Juilliard School, London’s Royal Academy of Music and the French
Conservatoire de Paris. Many are also winners of international piano competitions of the highest repute.
Our concerts, based on the popular 19th century intimate music meetings, take the form of a two-part recital lasting a total of 60 minutes.
The recitals feature Fryderyk Chopin’s most famous works of all periods of his compositions. The host of the concert greets the guests and presents the artist.
After the first part of the recital, which lasts about 25 minutes, the host invites the guests for a glass of sparkling wine or orange juice.
During the short break in the concert, the host answers questions from curious guests, recounts stories of Chopin’s life and history of the building. After the second part of the Chopin concert the host invites the listeners to talk to the artist and for photograph’s.
POLONIA HOUSE CONCERT HALL PHOTOGRAPHS