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Romantic Film Music at Buffo
February 4, 2010   
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The Studio Buffo Theater is premiering Miłośnie i filmowo (Lovingly and Filmingly) on Valentine's Eve. Prominent Polish violinist Krzysztof Jakowicz, accompanied by the Kameleon Septet, will be playing Hadrian Filip Tabęcki's arrangements of the silver screen's most beautiful romantic compositions.

Kameleon specializes in music for film and theater and has featured in many Polish films. The program includes classical themes from movies like Casablanca and The Godfather, songs written especially for films like "Love Story" and "Yellow Submarine," and songs that films have given a new lease of life, like "Libertango" from Frantic, "The Entertainer" from The Sting, and "What a Wonderful World" from Good Morning Vietnam.

The Kameleon Septet comprises Mariusz Jeka on clarinet, alto saxophone and bass clarinet, Radosław Kiszewski on trumpet, Bartłomiej Krauz on accordion, keyboards and vocals, Piotr Maślanka on percussion, Paweł Stankiewicz on banjo and acoustic and electric guitars, Maciej Szczyciński on double bass, bass guitar and oud, and Hadrian Filip Tabęcki on piano and Hammond and Wurlitzer organs.


Feb. 13 at 7 p.m.
Studio Buffo Theater, 6 Konopnickiej St.
Tickets: zl.50, zl.60, zl.70 and zl.30 for a pass.
For reservations phone: (22) 625 47 09, 339 07 71, 0 663 91 00 91
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