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artists

MAREK MOŚ
MAREK MOŚ
MAREK MOŚ
An eminent Polish conductor, violinist and chamber musician; founder and artistic director of the AUKSO Chamber Orchestra of the City of Tychy; artistic director of the AUKSO Summer Philharmonic Festival in Wigry. Long-time first violinist of the Silesian Quartet, with which he performed at prestigious festivals and on the world’s major stages. His numerous recordings have been released under such labels as Nonesuch, EMI, CD Accord, and Wergo, among others. Winner of prizes in the International Contemporary Music Competition in Cracow, the International Rostrum of Composers in Paris; recipient of the Award of the Polish Composers’ Union and (twice) the Fryderyk Award of the Polish Phonographic Society. In 2005 he was honoured with the Silver Medal for Merit to Polish Culture “Gloria Artis”, as well as the Marshal of the Silesian Province Award. He is a lecturer on the faculty of the Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice. He has been awarded an honorary citizenship of the City of Tychy.
 AUKSO
AUKSO
AUKSO
One of Europe’s best chamber orchestras, for the last two decades – Poland’s flagship ensemble. Its repertoire ranges from classical masterpieces to contemporary music. The orchestra has gained recognition with its interpretations of music by Polish composers. Such masters as Wojciech Kilar, Zbigniew Bujarski, Aleksander Lasoń, Grażyna Pstrokońska-Nawratil, Piotr Moss, and Cezary Duchnowski have entrusted AUKSO with the task of premiering their works. The ensemble has also scored successes with its recordings of film music by world-famous composers such as Elliot Goldenthal, as well as soundtracks for computer games. Crossover projects combining classical music with jazz, rock or alternative trends have become a trademark of the ensemble, which collaborates in these fields with such artists as Leszek Możdżer, Tomasz Stańko, as well as Aphex Twin and Jonny Greenwood. With the latter two musicians, they recorded an album for the American record company Nonesuch.
 MARCIN WASILEWSKI TRIO
MARCIN WASILEWSKI TRIO
MARCIN WASILEWSKI TRIO
One of Poland’s best jazz bands, acclaimed both at home and abroad. Founded in 1991 as Simple Acoustic Trio (and performing under its present name since 2008), they have developed their own musical language and style balancing between modernity and tradition. The trio’s line-up has not changed for over 25 years: Marcin Wasilewski – piano, Sławomir Kurkiewicz – bass, and Michał Miśkiewicz – drums. For many years the band worked closely with Tomasz Stańko both in concert and in the studio, which paved the way for their cooperation with one of the world’s most important record companies, ECM. They have recorded six albums under this label. The most recent of these, Arctic Riff, featuring the brilliant Joe Lovano, was released in June this year. They have given performances in the most important concert halls and at the most important festivals in Poland, Europe, North and South America, Japan and South Korea. The Marcin Wasilewski trio is a four-time Fryderyk Award winner, and the leader himself is the most frequently awarded jazz musician in Poland (including five Fryderyk in the Jazz Artist of the Year category). In a poll by the prestigious American jazz magazine 'DownBeat', Marcin Wasilewski was twice recognized as "a rising star of world jazz pianism".
ADAM PIEROŃCZYK
ADAM PIEROŃCZYK
ADAM PIEROŃCZYK
Jazz saxophonist and composer, a leading figure in the Polish and European jazz scene; 15-time “Jazz Forum” magazine’s Best Soprano Saxophone. He began his career in the German jazz circles, as a student at the Music Academy Essen. In Poland he gained wide recognition for his collaboration with Leszek Możdżer. He presents his innovative and visionary musical language both in solo projects and as a bandleader. Pierończyk has released more than 20 albums under his own name, winning many awards and distinctions, including twice the Fryderyk Award. He has recorded and performed with a galaxy of the world’s jazz musicians, releasing music under such labels as, among others, Jazzwerkstatt Berlin, PAO Records, and For Tune. He is also a music life organiser and artistic director of such festivals as Jazz aux Oudayas and Jazz Au Chellah (Morocco, 2005–2006), as well as Sopot Jazz Festival (2011–2015) and Jazz Juniors in Cracow (since 2019). He also composes stage music for the theatre.
MAREK NAPIÓRKOWSKI
MAREK NAPIÓRKOWSKI
MAREK NAPIÓRKOWSKI
One of Poland’s best jazz guitarists, also a composer; for many years and currently – Jazz Guitarist of the Year according to the “Jazz Forum” magazine. An extremely versatile artist, boasting a unique sound and technical sophistication. He has performed with top Polish jazz musicians such as Tomasz Stańko, Leszek Możdżer, and Henryk Miśkiewicz, as well as vocalists: Ewa Bem, Stanisław Soyka, Anna Maria Jopek, and such international stars as Marcus Miller, Mike Stern, Pat Metheny, and Mino Cinelu. He has given performances in Japan, the United States, Mexico, Brazil, Canada, Indonesia, China, Russia, and throughout Europe. He served on the jury of the International Jarek Śmietana Jazz Guitar Competition. Napiórkowski can be heard on more than 150 albums with different musicians. The autumn of 2019 saw the release of his most recent original CD Hipokamp.
KRZYSZTOF PENDERECKI
KRZYSZTOF PENDERECKI
KRZYSZTOF PENDERECKI
One of Poland’s greatest composers and an eminent world-class figure in contemporary music; conductor and academic teacher, professor and vice-chancellor of the Academy of Music in Cracow; representative of the so-called 1960s Polish School of Composition. Since the time when his works were performed at the 1959 ‘Warsaw Autumn’, he remained one of the leading personalities and influences in Polish classical music. Inspired by bruitism, he extended the musical language in ways which were frequently shocking and experimental (one such musical experiment is De natura sonoris). This avant-garde expansion did not lead him, however, to break away from tradition, on which he drew and to which he paid homage in his later works. He became a cult figure not only in classical, but also in popular and film music. His music can be heard in films by Stanley Kubrick, Martin Scorsese, David Lynch, Andrzej Wajda, as well as in pieces by Aphex Twin and Jonny Greenwood. He was the founder of the Krzysztof Penderecki European Centre for Music in Lusławice, and a great tree lover.
JONNY GREENWOOD
JONNY GREENWOOD
JONNY GREENWOOD
A British musician, composer, the lead guitar in Radiohead, where he is also responsible for synthesisers and electronics. He studied psychology and music at Oxford Brookes, but left the university for a career in the band led by Thom Yorke. Radiohead became international stars, and their albums reached Multi-Platinum sales levels. His artistic explorations led Greenwood to the music of Messiaen and Ligeti; in his performances, he also uses the piano and the ondes Martenot. His classical compositions have won critical acclaim. smear, written for FuseLeeds festival, was performed by London Sinfonietta, and the BBC commission Popcorn Superhet Receiver was premiered by the BBC Concert Orchestra. Inspirations with Krzysztof Penderecki’s music concealed in this work led Greenwood to compose 48 Responses to Polymorphia. His music can also be heard in the soundtracks for films by Paul Thomas Anderson: The Master, Inherent Vice, Phantom Thread, as well as the Oscar-winning There Will Be Blood.
 SKALPEL
SKALPEL
SKALPEL
A Polish nu-jazz duo set up in 1998 by Marcin Cichy (also known as ‘Meeting by Chance’, hip-hop producer and founder of Blend Records) and Igor Pudło (aka Igor Boxx, DJ and electronic music composer). The music of these two DJs and producers was broadcast on BBC Radio by the founders of the Ninja Tune label, for which Skalpel later began to record. The duo’s sound has changed over the years, but it always oscillates around a jazz core, combined with electronics, hip-hop, and ambient. The duo’s trademark is the use of sampling technique as the main integrating and form-building element of their music. They have won acclaim both abroad and at home, receiving the “Polityka” weekly’s Passport Award for popular music. Their most recent album, Highlight, came out in March 2020.
PIOTR ORZECHOWSKI
PIOTR ORZECHOWSKI
PIOTR ORZECHOWSKI
Pianist, improviser, and composer; one of the most creative and uncompromising artists of the young generation; a Berklee College of Music graduate and winner of the Montreux Jazz Piano Competition. He moves freely between classical, jazz, and improvised music. Leader of the avant-garde jazz High Definition Quartet. On his albums under the Decca Classics label he creatively analyses music by Krzysztof Penderecki, elements of Polish dances, and the essence of improvisation. He performs worldwide, also in collaboration with such jazz celebrities as Victor Mendoza, Perico Sambeat, Randy Brecker, and Avishai Cohen. He worked with such contemporary music giants as Philip Glass and Krzysztof Penderecki. As a soloist he has appeared in classical repertoire with, among others, the Sinfonia Varsovia, NOSPR, and the Polish Radio Orchestra in Warsaw. With AUKSO he recorded an album of music by Polish composers for the Rhodes piano.
ALEK NOWAK
ALEK NOWAK
ALEK NOWAK
One of the most eminent Polish composers of his generation, born in 1979 in Gliwice, graduate of the Academy of Music in Katowice (where he now teaches composition and instrumentation) and of the University of Louisville. Composer of several dozen instrumental and vocal-instrumental works. Personal experiences and observations of the world are for him an important source of inspiration which he emphasises in his anecdotal, autobiographical programme notes. His compositions have been performed at the Warsaw Autumn, the Sacrum Profanum, the Festival of Premieres – Polish Modern Music in Katowice, the Festival of Polish Music, as well as in the United States and throughout Europe (represented Poland at the 54th International Rostrum of Composers in Paris). Music has been commissioned from him and performed by the London Sinfonietta, the Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Alarm Will Sound, the PNRSO and AUKSO, the New Music Orchestra and the Silesian Quartet. The opera takes pride of place in his output. His most recent compositions in this genre are ahat-ilī - sister of Gods (to a libretto by Olga Tokarczuk), staged in 2018, and Drach (libretto by Szczepan Twardoch), to be premiered at the AUKSODRONE 2019 festival. Two separate albums dedicated to his music have been released: Fiddler’s Green (Polish Radio Katowice) and 3X4+8 (CD Accord). In 2018 Nowak received the Passport Award of the “Polityka” weekly in the category of classical music.
SZCZEPAN TWARDOCH
SZCZEPAN TWARDOCH
SZCZEPAN TWARDOCH
A Silesian writer and journalist, a sociologist by education; an expert on Silesian language and culture. Former editor of the literary section in the “Christianitas” bimonthly; currently a columnist for the “Polityka” weekly. Author of bestselling novels: Morphine (2012), Drach (2014), The King (2016), and The Kingdom (2018). He deals with the question of identity on many levels; in his books and articles, he discusses the issue of national identification. The real and fantasy worlds, psychologism and realism, actual and alternative history – form the basis for his narratives. Twardoch has been hailed as one of the key revelations in Polish literature of the recent years. Critically very highly acclaimed, he gained wide public recognition thanks to his Morphine, which earned him the “Polityka” Passport Award. His other prestigious accolades include: The Gdynia City Literary Award, the Kościelski Award, Brücke Berlin-Preis, the Silesian Laurels for Literature, O!Lśnienie Onet Cultural Prize, the Nike Audience Award, as well as numerous nominations.
JOANNA FRESZEL
JOANNA FRESZEL
JOANNA FRESZEL
Opera singer (soprano), born in Warsaw; graduate of the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw. For many years she has sung with Poland’s best chamber ensembles and symphony orchestras. She specialises in contemporary music and has performed compositions by Crumb, Ligeti, Pärt, Haubenstock-Ramati, Mykietyn, and others. Apart from most recent works, she also successfully performs pieces from the Baroque, Classical and Romantic repertoires. She has sung in opera houses in Poland, Ireland, Estonia, Spain, and Italy. She also appears internationally at prestigious festivals (Aix-en-Provence, Contrechamps), on tours (such as the concert tour featuring Lutosławski’s song cycle Chantefleurs et chantefables), as well as on special occasions (for instance, the recital Frédéric Chopin and Franz Liszt at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris). She is the winner of major prizes and distinctions in vocal competitions both in Poland and abroad. In 2017 she was presented with the Passport Award of the “Polityka” weekly.
EWA BIEGAS
EWA BIEGAS
EWA BIEGAS
Soprano; graduate of the Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice and the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Vienna; prize-winner in many prestigious nationwide and international vocal competitions; recipient of scholarships from the Polish and Austrian governments, and the Swiss Thyl-Dürr Foundation; a distinguished interpreter of music by Polish composers. For Polish Radio, she has recorded works by I.F. Dobrzyński, Nowowiejski, Bogusławski, A. Dziadek, and Lutosławski. She appeared in the world premiere of Kilar’s Missa pro pace at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York and toured in Germany with Penderecki’s St Luke Passion (cond. Antoni Wit). She has also given performances at the Wiener Kammeroper, Teatro del Maggio in Florence, Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires, Opéra de Montréal, and Slezské divadlo in Opava, appearing in compositions by Britten, Szymanowski, Dvořák, Penderecki, and Puccini. Ewa Biegas is the dean of the Vocal and Acting Department at the Academy of Music in in Katowice.
JAN JAKUB MONOWID
JAN JAKUB MONOWID
JAN JAKUB MONOWID
Countertenor, graduate of the Fryderyk Chopin Academy (now – University) of Music in Warsaw; member of the International Opera Studio at the Opernhaus Zürich. For many years he has collaborated with the Warsaw Chamber Opera. This particularly versatile artist performs both early and most recent music, the works of Baroque, Classical and Romantic masters, as well as such Polish contemporary composers as Krauze, Pałłasz, Przybylski, M. Dobrzyński, and others. He is much sought-after as a singer performing with leading Polish orchestras and in opera houses throughout Poland. He took part in recording a unique CD series dedicated to Polish Baroque music – the complete works of Grzegorz Gerwazy Gorczycki and Stanisław Sylwester Szarzyński. His numerous accolades include two Fryderyk Awards of the Polish Phonographic Academy.
BARTŁOMIEJ DUŚ
BARTŁOMIEJ DUŚ
BARTŁOMIEJ DUŚ
A saxophonist of international renown; prize-winner in many prestigious music competition; graduate of the Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice (where he now teaches a saxophone class), of the Conservatoire national supérieur de musique et de danse de Paris, and the Conservatoire à rayonnement régional de Versailles. As a soloist he has performed with such orchestras as NOSPR (the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra), AUKSO, the Silesian Philharmonic, Orkiestra Muzyki Nowej (New Music Orchestra), Düsseldorfer Symphoniker, Staatsorchester Rheinische Philharmonie, and the Slovene Philharmonic String Chamber Orchestra. He collaborates on new saxophone repertoire with many Polish composers, including Marcel Chyrzyński, Maciej Jabłoński, Aleksander Nowak, and Tomasz Jakub Opałka. In 2017 Duś transcribed for soprano saxophone Penderecki’s Concerto for Flute and Orchestra, which met with the composer’s approval. With pianist Magdalena Duś he performs chamber and contemporary music in a duo.
PIOTR SAŁAJCZYK
PIOTR SAŁAJCZYK
PIOTR SAŁAJCZYK
DANIEL POPIAŁKIEWICZ
DANIEL POPIAŁKIEWICZ
DANIEL POPIAŁKIEWICZ
PAWEŁ ROMAŃCZUK
PAWEŁ ROMAŃCZUK
PAWEŁ ROMAŃCZUK
Musician, composer and multi-instrumentalist, experimenting with instrument construction and untypical sources of sound. Author of film and theatre music. Founder of Small Instruments group which explores the novel sound of a unique type of instruments. He also creates sounding structures and sound installations in urban space. His works have been presented, among others, at the Warsaw Autumn and the CODES Festival of Traditional and Avant-Garde Music in Lublin. He teaches workshops, gives presentations and lectures for music teachers, children, teenagers and adults on such subjects as exploring new sources of sound, the idea of field recording, and building one’s own instruments. He organises exhibitions dedicated to instruments and experiments with sound. He also promotes the toy music movement, and is the author of the first monograph on the history of the toy piano.
JOANNA BRONISŁAWSKA
JOANNA BRONISŁAWSKA
JOANNA BRONISŁAWSKA
Musician, educator and culture animator; member of The Complainer and Mołr Drammaz bands, she is associated with the indie label mik.musik.!. She has recorded several solo albums and given performances in Poland and abroad. For 20 years she has worked with children, teenagers, adult and senior audiences, teaching numerous original music workshops. She collaborates with Polish and foreign music institutions and artists. She was the curator of the EUgenius children’s stage organised as part of the “Attention! Culture” programme to mark the inauguration of the Polish presidency of the Council of the European Union. She is also the initiator and curator of Muzykodrom – a venue for education outside the system. She has contributed to such UNESCO projects as Katowice – Capital of Culture and #Krakowice2018 Annual Meeting of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network. Since 2017 she has run the educational cycle for families AUKSO4KIDS. Nominated for the “Culturist of the Year” title granted by the Polish Radio Channel 3 House of Culture (in 2011 and 2014).
MICHAŁ MENDYK
MICHAŁ MENDYK
MICHAŁ MENDYK
Born in 1981; publisher, producer and curator of music projects. Early in his career he worked as a music journalist for Polish Radio Channel Two, “Ruch Muzyczny” magazine and the German “MusikTexte”, as well as the Polish mass media. He was a co-founder and long-time editor of “Glissando” magazine. Presently he focuses on managing his own original record label Bôłt Records. As a curator, member of programme committees and music consultant, he has collaborated with such music festivals as Warsaw’s Ad Libitum, Lublin’s the CODES Festival of Traditional and Avant-Garde Music, Wrocław’s Musica Electronica Nova, as well as the British Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival. He is a great promoter of the musical achievements of the Polish Radio Experimental Studio, as well as co-author (with Michał Libera) of the educational book for children entitled M.U.ZY.K.A. (2017).
 JACEK HAWRYLUK / BARTEK CHACIŃSKI
JACEK HAWRYLUK / BARTEK CHACIŃSKI
JACEK HAWRYLUK / BARTEK CHACIŃSKI
HCH is the name of a radio duo formed by Jacek Hawryluk (musicologist and music journalist associated with Radiostacja, now with Polish Radio; vice-director of Polish Radio Channel Two since 2012, founder of “Płytomania” and “Płytowy Trybunał Dwójki” radio programmes, and contributor to “Gazeta Wyborcza” and “Ruch Muzyczny”) and Bartek Chaciński (music journalist and columnist, collaborating with Polish Radio since 2004, previously head of “Machina” magazine’s music section, now head of the culture department of the “Polityka” weekly, author of Dictionaries of Most Recent Polish Language). These two have shared the air since 1995 (Scout Radio / Radiostacja) and joined forces in 2004, presenting for 13 years the programme cycle entitled “HCH” – first on Polish Radio Channel Four, then Channel Three. On PR 2 they can be heard in the Thursday “Nocturnes” series and “Summer Nights” cycle. They also collaborated on Polish Television’s WOK (All about Culture). Since 2016 they have written original concert notes for AUKSO’s cycles: AUKSO MODERN, NEXT WAVE and POLISH SOUNDS.

programme

06.11godz. 17:30
Q&A // MAREK MOŚ / MARCIN WASILEWSKI
MAREK MOŚ / MARCIN WASILEWSKI
PLATFORM A
free entrance
06.11godz. 18:00
OPERA NOVA // ALEK NOWAK - SZCZEPAN TWARDOCH: SYRENA. MELODRAMA ÆTERNA. PART 1
JOANNA FRESZEL / EWA BIEGAS / JAN JAKUB MONOWID / MAREK MOŚ / AUKSO
CONCERT HALL
06.11godz. 18:30
WORKSHOPS // SMALL INSTRUMENTS: IT WAS DONE DIFFERENTLY – ZERO
PAWEŁ ROMAŃCZUK
ROOM X
free entrance
06.11godz. 18:30
WORKSHOPS // ASI MINA: TRIAD – COMPOSER
JOANNA BRONISŁAWSKA aka ASI MINA
ROOM Y
free entrance
06.11godz. 18:30
WORKSHOPS // PRES: NO EAVERSDROPPING NOW, EUGENE, OR "A SKETCH FOR THE MAESTRO'S PORTRAIT" I
MICHAŁ MENDYK
PLATFORM A
free entrance
06.11godz. 19:30
JAZZ+ // MARCIN WASILEWSKI TRIO
MARCIN WASILEWSKI TRIO / MAREK MOŚ / AUKSO
CONCERT HALL
06.11godz. 21:00
DJ SET // HCH: SIRENS I
JACEK HAWRYLUK / BARTEK CHACIŃSKI
FOYER
free entrance
06.11godz. 22:00
PENDERECKI 2.0 // GREENWOOD
MAREK MOŚ / AUKSO
CONCERT HALL
07.11godz. 16:00
Q&A // SYRENA. MELODRAMMA ÆTERNA - MEETING WITH THE AUTHORS
SZCZEPAN TWARDOCH / ALEK NOWAK / JACEK HAWRYLUK / BARTEK CHACIŃSKI
FOYER
free entrance
07.11godz. 17:30
Q&A // MAREK NAPIÓRKOWSKI / PIOTR ORZECHOWSKI
MAREK NAPIÓRKOWSKI / PIOTR ORZECHOWSKI
PLATFORM A
free entrance
07.11godz. 18:00
OPERA NOVA // ALEK NOWAK - SZCZEPAN TWARDOCH: SYRENA. MELODRAMA ÆTERNA. PART 2
JOANNA FRESZEL / EWA BIEGAS / JAN JAKUB MONOWID / MAREK MOŚ / AUKSO
CONCERT HALL
07.11godz. 18:30
WORKSHOPS // SEPR: NO EAVERSDROPPING NOW, EUGENE, OR "A SKETCH FOR THE MAESTRO'S PORTRAIT" II
MICHAŁ MENDYK
PLATFORM A
free entrance
07.11godz. 18:30
WORKSHOPS // SMALL INSTRUMENTS: IT WAS DONE DIFFERENTLY – ONE
PAWEŁ ROMAŃCZUK
ROOM X
free entrance
07.11godz. 18:30
WORKSHOPS // ASI MINA: TRIAD – CONDUCTOR
JOANNA BRONISŁAWSKA aka ASI MINA
ROOM Y
free entrance
07.11godz. 19:30
JAZZ+ // MAREK NAPIÓRKOWSKI
MAREK NAPIÓRKOWSKI / MAREK MOŚ / AUKSO
CONCERT HALL
07.11godz. 21:00
DJ SET // HCH: SIRENS II
JACEK HAWRYLUK / BARTEK CHACIŃSKI
FOYER
free entrance
07.11godz. 22:00
PENDERECKI 2.0 // PIANOHOOLIGAN
PIOTR ORZECHOWSKI / MAREK MOŚ / AUKSO
CONCERT HALL
08.11godz. 17:30
Q&A // ADAM PIEROŃCZYK / SKALPEL
ADAM PIEROŃCZYK / SKALPEL
PLATFORM A
free entrance
08.11godz. 18:00
OPERA NOVA // ALEK NOWAK - SZCZEPAN TWARDOCH: SYRENA. MELODRAMA ÆTERNA. PART 3
JOANNA FRESZEL / EWA BIEGAS / JAN JAKUB MONOWID / MAREK MOŚ / AUKSO
CONCERT HALL
08.11godz. 18:30
WORKSHOPS // SMALL INSTRUMENTS: IT WAS DONE DIFFERENTLY – PLUS
PAWEŁ ROMAŃCZUK
ROOM X
free entrance
08.11godz. 18:30
WORKSHOPS // ASI MINA: TRIAD – MUSICIAN
JOANNA BRONISŁAWSKA aka ASI MINA
ROOM Y
free entrance
08.11godz. 18:30
WORKSHOPS // SEPR: NO EAVERSDROPPING NOW, EUGENE, OR "A SKETCH FOR THE MAESTRO'S PORTRAIT" III
MICHAŁ MENDYK
PLATFORM A
free entrance
08.11godz. 19:30
JAZZ+ // ADAM PIEROŃCZYK
ADAM PIEROŃCZYK / MAREK MOŚ / AUKSO
CONCERT HALL
08.11godz. 21:00
DJ SET // HCH: SIRENS III
JACEK HAWRYLUK / BARTEK CHACIŃSKI
FOYER
free entrance
08.11godz. 22:00
PENDERECKI 2.0 // SKALPEL
SKALPEL / MAREK MOŚ / AUKSO
CONCERT HALL

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Mediateka is situated at 16, Marszałka Piłsudskiego Avenue. The nearest bus and trolley bus stop, Hala Sportowa, is just two minutes’ walk away, and can be reached by lines A, C, F (trolley bus), as well as W, 14, 36, Sz, 128, and 268 (bus).
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