Zarzad Polskiego Salonu Artystycznego w San Diego oraz Stowarzyszenie Miast Siostrzanych San Diego – Warszawa i woj Mazowieckie zapraszaja cala Polonie na wystawe “1989: End of an Era” i pokaz filmu A. Wajdy “Walesa: Czlowiek z nadziei”
San Diego State University
Theatre at the Aztec Union – to samo miejsce gdzie wystepowal Lombard.
Poniedzialek, 8 wrzesnia 2014 gdzina 17:00 otwarcie wystawy; wystapienia i projekcja filmu godzina 18:00
Zachecamy do zaproszenia amerykanskich znajomych, gdyz zarowno film ( English subtitles) jak i wystawa sa przygotowane takze dla anglojezycznej widowni.
Wstep bezplatny oraz bezplatny parking.
Bezplatny parking znajduje sie po wschodniej stronie College Ave i do Aztec Student Union Building nalezy przejsc kladka nad College Ave. Przechodzac kladka wychodzi sie na Aztec Student Building. Zarówno parking jak i dojscie do ASU Building beda oznakowane.
Dojazd do parkingu: College Ave na Poludnie, skret w lewo w Montezuma Rd i natepnie w lewo w ulice, która doprowadzi do parkingów. Parking Structure 6 znajduje sie bezposrednio za parkingiem Structure 3. Parkowac nalezy na poziomach 1,2 i 3.
Zarzad PSASD : Jerzy Barankiewicz (513)458-5244 ext 121, Zygmunt Belza (619)448-6447) Maria Szmidt (619)444-4496, Irena Wlodkowski (858)509-2837, Henryk Wlodkowski (858)509-2837
PROGRAM SOLIDARITY COMMEMORATION 1989-2014
Theatre, Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union
San Diego State University
September 8, 2014
5:00 PM Exhibition “1989: End of an Era” opens for viewing at the Montezuma Hall
5: 45 PM Theatre Hall opens for guests
6:10 PM Introduction of VIPs; Reflections from the 2006 Lech Walesa lecture at SDSU
Dr. Janusz Supernak, President of SDWMPSCS; Professor and Chair, CCEE Department, SDSU
6:20 PM Presentation: “ Significance of the 1989 Events for Poland and the World”
Mr. Mariusz Brymora, Consul General of the Republic of Poland in Los Angeles
6:30 PM Presentation: “Impact of the Solidarity Movement in Poland: An American Perspective”
Dr. Annika Frieberg, SDSU History Professor
7:00 PM Projection of the movie “Walesa: Man of Hope” by Oscar-winning Director, Andrzej Wajda
9:10 PM Refreshments, snacks – Another opportunity to view the exhibition and continue discussion
10:00 PM End of the program
Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in Los Angeles
Student Chapter of ITE at SDSU
San Diego – Warsaw & Mazovia Province Sister City Society
Polish Artistic Salon of San Diego
History Department, SDSU
Singer, composer, arranger, and producer Grażyna Auguścik has won the praise and admiration of music critics, jazz enthusiasts and even non-jazz audiences with a singular voice that speaks a universal language. In her repertoire she utilizes Polish folk music, Latin American music and Klezmer music. She first studied guitar in her hometown Słupsk, Poland. Later she graduated from Berklee College of Music in Boston in 1992. Her singing debut took place in 1977 at a festival in Toruń. At the National Festival of Polish Song in Opole in 1979 she won in the category of first-time contestants. In 1988, Grażyna Auguścik moved to the United States, where she has performed with Michał Urbaniak and Urszula Dudziak, and many other leading jazz musicians, including Jim Hall, Michael Brecker, Randy Brecker, John Medeski, Patricia Barber, Paul Wertico, Bobby Enriquez, and others. Auguścik lives and frequently performs in Chicago since 1994. She has participated in the programs of the Jazz Institute of Chicago, bringing “traditional Eastern European music into the jazz idiom, providing a new link to the universality of the language of jazz”. In 2002, 2003, 2004 i 2006 r. she was declared Best Jazz Vocal by the European Jazz Forum Magazine. Auguścik has toured all over the world. Some of her albums have been highly acclaimed and popular with jazz audiences, and have consistently placed in Top 10 Charts. Grażyna has recorded 15 albums, including two with Urszula Dudziak, her fellow top-ranking Polish female jazz vocalist. She is one of the most intriguing contemporary vocalists on today’s world jazz scene.
The Andrzej Jagodziński Trio was formed by Andrzej Jagodziński (a pianist) in 1993, with drummer Czesław Bartkowski and double-bass player Adam Cegielski in the line-up. It is a jazz group with a well-deserved global reputation, which celebrates in 2014 twenty years of thier musical career. The trio’s album “Chopin” was released in 1994, containing jazz arrangement of works by Fryderyk Chopin. The album contributes to the band’s great success, winning awards that included the Fryderyk ’94 Polish Music Industry Prize and the Melomani ’94 award from the Association of Jazz Fans in Łódź.
Andrzej Jagodziński born in 1953 is one of the best pianists in Poland as well as a composer and arranger. He received his degrees from the Frederick Chopin Conservatory where he studied French Horn while already employed by the Polish Radio and TV Symphony Orchestra. In 1979 Jagodziński participated in the Old Jazz Meeting Zlota Tarka and received first prize for “pianist of the year”. He has played with best jazz groups in Poland including The Old Timers, Swing Session, String Connection, The Zbigniew Namyslowski Quartet, The Janusz Muniak Quartet, The Big Warsaw Band, Quintessence, The Tomasz Szukalski Quartet, The Jan Ptaszyn Wroblewski Quartet and Jarek Smietana’s Polish All Star. Jagodziński has toured in most European countries, Australia, The United States, India, Kuwait, Cuba and the former Soviet Union and has been representing Polish jazz for the past 16 years at Jazz Yatra-Bombay, Ost-West Nurnberg, Jazz in Europe-Paris, Skane Festivalen in Malmo, Edinburgh Art Festival, Ankara Music Festival, Leverkusener Jazz Tage, Istanbul International Festival and in all the major Polish jazz festivals.
Among the awards he received are: 1979 – Złota Tarka, 1994 – Fryderyk for the CD „Chopin”, category „Jazz CD of the year”, 1995 – Mateusz – Polish Radio Program III Award, 1995 – Melomani – Melomani Society Award a an Artist of the year, 2001 – Fryderyk award – „Jazz musician of the year”, 2005 – Gloria Artis – award of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage of Poland, 2012 – Award of the City Warsaw. More than 50 CD can be found in his discography.
Adam Cegielski is bass player, a graduate of the Frederick Chopin Conservatory in Warsaw. With Central Heating Trio he has won prizes in The Europe Jazz Competition in Belgium and The European Jazz Competition in Leverkusen – Germany. For many years Cegielski devoted his time to jazz and classical music and played with the top-ranked Sinfonia Varsovia Orchestra, with whom he recorded several CDs. He recorded the soundtracks of Krzysztof Kieslowski’s movies “White” and “Red”, and film music with jazz trumpeter Tomasz Stanko – “A Farewell to Maria” (GOWI Records). In 1994 he received annual “Krzysztof Komeda Award” by the Polish Culture Foundation for his significant musical talent. He has been playing with the Andrzej Jagodziński Trio since 1993. Starting 1994 Cegielski has been also teaching double-bass at the Faculty of Jazz of the Chopin High School of Music in Warsaw, and since 2005 he serves as a director of this Jazz Faculty.
Czesław Bartkowski a jazz drummer since 1960 has earned his title as one of the most important personalities of the Polish Jazz stage. He started learning music at age of six. He made his debut as a jazz drummer in 1960 with Jerzy Pakulski “Far Quartet” and ever since he has been performing with outstanding Polish and foreign musicians. Czesław Bartkowski has been a member of many exclusive jazz formations, i.e.: Zbigniew Namysłowski Quartet, Krzysztof Komeda Quintet, Vocal Group Novi Singers, Niemen Enigmatic by Czesław Niemen, Michał Urbaniak Group, Tomasz Stańko, Adam Makowicz Unit Trio, Karolak-Szukalski-Bartkowski Trio and many others. He has been playing and recording with outstanding Polish jazz vocalists, ie.: Ewa Bem, Grażyna Auguścik, Urszula Dudziak, Stanisław Sojka as well as foreign musicians, i.e. Art Farmer, Aladar Pege, Ben Webster, Clark Terry, Joe Newman, Freddie Hubbard. He performed at many worldwide jazz festivals (in USA, Israel, Ethiopia, New Zealand, Australia, Japan, India and all over the Europe i.e.: Montreux, The North Sea, Berliner Jazz Tage, Molde, Comablain-La-Tour, Warsaw Jazz Jamboree). He is an Honorary Member of the Tauranga Jazz festival Society and The New Orleans Clubs New Castle on Tyne England. Czesław Bartkowski received many awards such as: I Prize at the National Cultural Students Festival in Gdańsk in 1961, III Prize at the International Competition for Modern Jazz organized by Friedrich Gulda in Vienna in1966, Golden Helicon Award, Decoration of Merit for Polish Culture (1981), Individual Prize for Worthy Contribution to Artistic Education Development awarded by the Artistic Education Center.
Viennese Baroque Orchestra
violin & direction
San Diego – Warsaw & Mazovia Province Sister City Society,
Polish Arts and Culture Society of San Diego,
School of Music and Dance, SDSU
Performers: Member of Viennese Baroque Orchestra
IL GIARDINO D’AMORE
play Vivaldi, Bach and other composers from the baroque period
The concert will feature some outstanding chamber musicians from Vienna. They specialize in baroque music, and will be playing Vivaldi, Bach and other composers from that era. They will also be offering a master class for our SDSU students. They are performing at the prestigious Carnegie Hall in New York City.
Tickets: Available at Scripps Cottage at 7:30 PM
Zarzad Polskiego Salonu Artystycznego, Stowarzyszenia Miast Siostrzanych San Diego-woj. Mazowieckie, oraz Wydzial Muzyki SDSU zapraszaja na unikalny koncert muzyki dawnej w wykonaniu zespolu barokowego skladajacego sie glownie z polskich muzykow.
Jeden tylko koncert – 4 listopada br. o godzinie 20:15
w Scripps Cottage, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA 92182.
Bilety w cenie $20.00 i $10.00 (studenci) do nabycia na godzine przed koncertem w Scripps Cottage.
Parking Structure 4 wliczony jest do ceny biletu. Miejsce koncertu i dojazd do parkingu mozna znalezc na internetowej mapie campusu SDSU
Wspólorganizatorem koncertu jest PSASD (Polish Art and Culture Society of San Diego).
———————————————————————————-Zarzad PSASD: Jerzy Barankiewicz 858-792-7293, Z. Belza: 619-448-6447, M. Szmidt: 619-444-4496, Irena Wlodkowski 858-509-2837 i H Wlodkowski: 858-509-2837
4710 Rufner Rd, San Diego, CA 92111
Mam przyjemność powiadomić Państwa o serii spotkań Pana Grzegorza Brauna zorganizowanej przez www.PoloniaSF.org przy współpracy z lokalnymi wydziałami Kongresu Polonii Amerykańskiej z Kalifornii północnej i południowej.
Pozdrawiam ciepło i serdecznie,
Sacramento, CA – Spotkanie, Piątek, 02/26/2016, 19:00
If you like to dance the night away, eat good food, have a few drinks, meet awesome new people, and most importantly have a great time we have just the event for you……Many of you have been waiting for this so we promise it’s going to be an event not to be missed!!
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Some people know me as having hosted the quite popular and always a blast San Diego Polish Happy hours over the last several years and I’m very excited to bring you something even bigger and better, and on a lot larger and nicer scale. I’ve been asked to join forces with a great team of people and together we are planning on putting on an exciting new event in a fantastic new location, all in order to bring some really awesome people together and celebrate one of America’s favorite or in some cases least favorite holidays, Valentine’s Day!!
If you are a happy couple then great, it’s a perfect opportunity to come in and have a fun filled night with some great spirited people, friendly old faces and hopefully some great new ones!!
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Presale tickets are $15 paid via paypal, which includes your first delicious Bellini style DRINK ON US, to be received upon entry and leave the rest up to us. Tickets at the door will be $20. We promise it will be a night to remember and hopefully the start of something even more fantastic to continue to enjoy in the future! Don’t hesitate, go ahead and reserve your spots while they last cause we will be sure to fill up that night and we would hate to have to turn you away! Let’s make 2018 a Valentine’s to remember!!
Serdecznie zapraszamy na doroczny rodzinny piknik z Polonią United.
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