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Agnieszka Jachym

Getto krakowskie

Getto krakowskie shows daily life of Krakow inhabitants which changed drastically during the Second World War. It tells about experiences of Holocaust victims, scenes from the Krakow Ghetto and Płaszów -firstly labour- then concentration camp. Omnipresent starvation, coldness and fear of losing own life, relatives or own dignity determine  behaviours of the people in that times.

The idea of the performance inspired by the book " A girl from Schindler's list" written by Stella Mueller-Madej came into being because of the 75th anniversary of the liquidation of the Krakow Ghetto in March 2018.

Performers are dancers from various countries in order to underline one of the goal of the project which is spreading tolerance of different nationality or culture within the society.  

CONCEPT and CHOREOGRAPHY: Agnieszka Jachym


MUSIC: Chromatics ; The Klezmer Lounge Band ; Klezmerson; Nils Frahm, Anne Mueller; Hildur Guðnadóttir ; The Klezmorim ; Terry Riley, Kronos Quartet ; Dmitri Shostakovich; Anna Caragnano, Donato Dozzy; Giacomo Puccini; John Williams

ORIGINAL CAST: Matina Caiafa (Greece), Kenan Dinkelmann (Germany), Annabel Koele (Holland), Iacopo Loliva(Italy), Karol Miękina (Poland), Changik Oh (South Korea), Natalia Palshina (Russia), Lorenzo Ponteprimo (Italy).

Supported by the City Krakow,

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