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Art in the Arcades
August 1, 2014   
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More than 100 professional performers will come to Warsaw for the fifth Royal Arcades of Art, a festival held over four consecutive weekends in August and focusing on music, dance and theater.

As each year, the festival concerts, theatrical performances and other events take place on Saturday and Sunday nights in the scenic setting of the Kubicki Arcades, next to the gardens of the Royal Castle by the banks of the Vistula River. Audiences will hear both instrumental acts and vocalists in performances ranging from classical and early pieces to contemporary music. This year, the concerts have been divided into four sections featuring the Ars Nova Early Instruments Ensemble, the Pawanilia Early Dance Group, the Warsaw Camerata Orchestra and others. The festival’s jazz night Aug. 31 will feature female vocalist Lora Szafran with the Włodzimierz Nahorny Trio.

Theater companies at this year’s event come from the cities of Poznań, Sopot, Wrocław and Warsaw. One of them is the Ewolucji Cienia (Shadow Evolution) Theater, which will stage a period love story entitled Fin Amor. Meanwhile, the Akt Theater, which excels at absurd humor, will be staging a play entitled Sen Kustosza (The Museum Curator’s Dream), in which reality is lost in a maze of images with no time or space references. The Snów (Dream) Theater will, in turn, stage a play entitled Pokój (The Room). Finally, the Te-O-Ka Theater will treat audiences to an epic show entitled Saga featuring huge puppets inspired by different archetypes and symbols.

Admission to the festival performances is free, but the venue’s capacity is limited.

The festival is being organized by the Royal Castle in Warsaw.

For further details go to www.zamek-krolewski.pl
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