Polish musicians coming Plainville
Polski Specific Mass Media
Pianist Wlodzimierz Korcz, right, is likely to be accompanying vocalists Olga Bonczyk, Zbigniew Wodecki and Alicja Majewska in a keep effectivity at Plainville Excessive College on Jan. 21.
Posted: Tuesday, January 10, 2017 eight:57 pm
PLAINVILLE — Properly-known Polish musicians are set carry out Christmas songs and customary music at Plainville Excessive College Jan. 21, in a keep effectivity titled “Gwiazdo Swiec, Koledo Lec.”
The musicians, who embrace singers Olga Bonczyk, Alicja Majewska, Zbigniew Wodecki and pianist Wlodzimierz Korcz, will carry out at 7 p.m. all through the auditorium of the college at 47 Robert Holcomb Approach.
Andy Gromadowski, proprietor of Polski Specific Mass Media, one among 4 home corporations promoting tickets the present, stated the effectivity was booked a 12 months upfront with the help of Zygmund Rygiel, a promoter from Chicago. It is going be the primary time that the musicians have carried out on the college, Gromadowski stated, and a weird totally different listen customary, Polish-language music carried out by well-known artists.
“Their music is a wonderful, actual Polish sound and they also’re terribly widespread,” stated Gromadowski. “That’s a part of an infinite tour. They’ve carried out three reside efficiency events in Chicago in addition to reveals in New York and New Jersey. It’s a two-part keep effectivity, which incorporates each Christmas songs and zlote przebole — golden hits, a complete lot of which is love music.”
Gromadowski stated Plainville Excessive College was chosen as a venue due the college’s new auditorium and sound system and for its proximity Hartford and New Britain, each of which have massive Polish communities.
Gromadowski stated that the keep effectivity might be a deal with for all ages. For grandparents, this can be true in further methods than one. Sweet is likely to be given out grandmothers and grandfathers who attend.
“In Poland, Grandmother’s Day is Jan. 21 and Grandfather’s Day is Jan. 22,” Gromadowski outlined.
Tickets are $45 and may be bought from Polski Specific Mass Media at 274 Broad St., Everest at 213 Broad St. and Max-Mart at 104 Broad St. in New Britain in addition to Europol at 354 Principal St., Ansonia. They’re typically bought by visiting mojbilet.com.
For added information, establish Polski Specific Mass Media at 860-826-5477, Everest at 860-223-0142, Max-Mart at860-827-8717 or Europol at 203-735-5350.
Brian M. Johnson may be reached at 860-973-1806 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday, January 10, 2017 eight:57 pm.