Concert CHOPIN IN SPACE

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The culmination of the conference “International convention of the space industry” was the amazing concert “CHOPIN IN SPACE” which took place at the Museum of the Second World War.
The film’s soundtrack consisted of ten pieces by Fryderyk Chopin which colonel George D. Zamka – commander of the STS-130 Endeavor expedition, took into space.

The performer was pianist Karol Radziwonowicz accompanied by the Sinfonia Viva orchestra, conducted by Tomasz Radziwonowicz. The director of the entire project was Adam Ustynowicz.

The show was a speech emanating positive energy, joy of experiencing every moment of life and admiration for the beauty of the world.

PKN ORLEN was the patron of the “Chopin in Space” concert.

The concert partner and our support was also LOTTO S.A. brand, which is owned by Totalizator Sportowy – one of the most recognizable and distinguished Polish companies, operating continuously for 64 years.