The Helena Modjeska Art and Culture Club has a pleasure to invite you to a Zoom lecture (in Polish) by Prof. Tadeusz Trzaskalik of Katowice, Poland, for a lecture dedicated to the history of Polish national anthem, Dabrowski Mazurka, based on Piesn Legionow Polskich we Wloszech by Jozef Wybicki. The year 2022 is the 200th anniversary of General Wybicki's death, and the year to learn more about the complicated history of our national anthem. The lecture will be on Zoom on Saturday May 21, 2022 at 11 am PST, with slides and fragments of a documentary film "Jeszcze Polska nie zginela" about the history of the anthem, with fragments of many musical compositions relating to the Mazurka. The whole video can be watched on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?
Tadeusz Trzaskalik graduated from the Silesian University in Katowice with a degree in mathematics. Since 1975 he has been employed at the University of Economics in Katowice, where he also obtained his doctorate, habilitation, and the title of Profes¬sor of Economic Sciences.
At his university, he was vice-rector in charge of international relations, director of graduate studies and a long-term head of the Department of Operational Research. At present he is a member of the Bureau of the Committee for Statistics and Econo¬metrics of the Polish Academy of Sciences. He is the author and editor of many scien¬tific and educational publications, scientific organizer of international and national conferences, editor-in-chief of the annual “Multiple Criteria Decision Making”, and member of editorial boards of several scientific journals.
He graduated with distinction from the State High School of Music in Katowice, where he studied in Tadeusz Myrdacz’s piano class. In 2011 he obtained a bachelor’s degree in piano performance from the Academy of Music in Katowice where he studied the piano under Józef Stompel’s supervision. He concertizes as solo and chamber music performer in Poland and abroad. His musical interests focus on solo and chamber music of the Baroque and Classical eras, as well as on popular music of the turn of the 20th century. His seven compact discs were recorded in the studio of the Polish Radio in Katowice and published jointly by the University of Economics in Katowice and the Association Pro Musica Organa.
I am looking forward for this presentation. We need to learn more about our history and national hymnReplyDelete
I am looking forward to this presentation, it will be very interestingReplyDelete