1. Poland
  2. Mazovia Province
  3. Warsaw
  4. Museum of the Warsaw Archdiocese

Warsaw: Live Chopin Piano Concert

Product ID: 336661
Enjoy an unforgettable, 55-minute live piano concert at the Museum of the Warsaw Archdiocese and immerse yourself in the beauty of Chopin’s music in his hometown.
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Duration: 55 minutes
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Experience

Highlights
  • Soak up the magic of Chopin's music, performed by professional pianists from around the world
  • Listen to the beautiful sounds of the highest-quality KAWAI grand piano
  • Enjoy the intimate atmosphere created at the Museum of the Warsaw Archdiocese
Full description
Make the most of your time in Warsaw and enjoy an evening of classical music in the heart of Old Town. Hosted at the enchanting Dean’s Palace at the Museum of the Warsaw Archdiocese, this concert offers the unique opportunity to connect with one of the world’s most iconic composers, in his hometown.

Surrounded by a collection of paintings by famous artists, take your seats in the atmospheric concert hall, which boasts perfect acoustics and the highest-quality KAWAI grand piano. The piano’s music is clear, transparent, and rich, ensuring an emotional and comfortable reception at the recitals.

As the lights dim, the music begins, taking you on a journey through the life and works and Chopin. During the 55-minute concert, hear stunning performances from professional pianists and touring artists. By the end of the show, you will have a deeper appreciation for Chopin and his music, and an idea of how this incredible city influenced his work.
Includes
  • 55-minute live piano concert
  • Exhibition of paintings in the concert hall
What’s Not Included
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Food and drinks

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Meeting point

Look for St. John's Archcathedral. The Warsaw Archdiocese Museum is located next door. Concerts take place on the first floor of the museum.

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