A concert for the youngest lover’s of music

The formula of this concert will go down in history of the Polish Circles of Art in China Festival. On December 2nd at the A33 Theatre we prepared an event for to the youngest fans of our festival. The star of the evening was pianist Grzegorz Niemczuk, accompanied by the violinist Xie Haoming.
The children and musicians performing on stage took part in a special concert. The youngest had the chance to experience music composed by the biggest masters alongside their parents. The young heroes we pupils of the Li Zhi art school who were present during the concert and painted, inspired by the music.
– During today’s concert dedicated to children, we could feel the positive energy coming from the music. It’s an important base in the development of every child – said director Li Zhi from the Beijing Women’s Federation.
– Children are very bright. If they attend classical music lessons from a very young age, it’s beneficial for their intellectual development. Moreover, works by Chopin are great for exercising children’s memory. It’s wonderful that today’s concert was so popular – summarised pianist Grzegorz Niemczuk.
The event took place thanks to the cooperation between the Festival and the Beijing Women’s Federation and thanks to the help of the International Centre for Cooperation of the Women’s League of Beijing and the Public Center for Social Aid “Happy Family”.
The Circles of Art Foundation would like to thank for the free of charge use of films depicting the beauty of Poland, which could be played as a background for the concert. People, institutions and companies that contributed to the visual side of the event were: Foundation of Polish Education (partner of the event), Grzegorz Niezgoda, Hanna&Zach – Handzaround.Com, IrekVIDEO, Jan Gwóźdź, Piotr Morawski, Bogaczewicz Advertising Agency, Pomeranian Regional Tourism Organisation, Urząd Marszałkowski Województwa Kujawsko-Pomorskiego. Marshal Office of the Pomeranian Voivodeship.