21 March is the first day of astronomical spring, the symbolic beginning of new life. This day also marks the anniversary of the birth of John Sebastian Bach, whose contribution to the European music and culture cannot be overestimated. That is why for seven years the European Early Music Network REMA has been organising the European Early Music Day. To celebrate this occasion, the Kraków Quartetto Nero will perform in the JU Collegium Maius.
The young Kraków ensemble Quartetto Nero will perform the programme “Primavera”, including pieces by Polish and Italian composers from the period 17th-19th century, such as Adam Jarzębski, Philip Telemann, Antonio Vivaldi, Luigi Boccherini and Stanisław Moniuszko.
Free tickets for the concert can be collected in the Wyspiański Pavilion at pl. Wszystkich Świętych 2 or via the website evenea.pl.