Koncert Opania201701The 14th "Evening with Culture" on June 3, 2017, featured a prominent actor and comedian Marian Opania. The artist is widely recognized for his many wonderful roles at the cinema and movie theater as well as on comedy stages throughout his long career.

majewska2017 001On May 6, 2017, the Museum hosted the 13th “Evening with Culture.” This Saturday, guests had the opportunity to listen to a wonderful duet of Alicja Majewska and Wlodzimierz Korcz.

brodway2017 014On the last Mardi Gras weekend, our audience enjoyed a wide range of songs from world-famous musicals; all thanks to the artists from the Warsaw-based RAMPA Theater, including Jakub Wocial (vocal), Wiktoria Jablonska (vocal), and Karina Komendera (piano).

48On Sunday, February, 12, 2017, the Museum and Education Center’s concert hall filled with young artists from the Warka-based Cantabile School of Vocal and Instrumental Arts (Studium Wokalno-Instrumentalne Cantabile).

piotrowski jazz03On Friday night, January 27, 2017, the Museum reverberated with jazz.

koncert50lat2017 41aOn January 14, 2017, we had the first chance to celebrate the Museum’s 50th anniversary with a wonderful concert by Virtuoso Khmelnitsky Oblast Chamber Orchestra from the Ukraine with Alexander Dragan as conductor.

Lewandowska2016 a01On November 20, 2016, The Casimir Pulaski Museum had the pleasure to welcome vocalist and actress Joanna Lewandowska to the stage as part of the periodic Evening with Culture series of concerts.

Raczka201601On October 18, 2016, Dariusz Raczka with Band performed at our Museum and Education Center. The occasion was truly a unique one – the artists celebrated his fortieth birthday!

Szafrany 09On October 22, 2016, the Museum and Education Center hosted an extraordinary jubilee concert. On the 50th anniversary of establishing the Warka-based SZAFRANY band, the group of friends who had started the band decided to meet again on a stage and refresh their fans memory.

daukszewicz001The tenth 'Evening with Culture,' featuring Krzysztof Daukszewicz, was filled with satire, laughter, and good fun, at the same time including moments of poignant reflections on reality.