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Soon, on Tuesday, April the 29th, at 8:00 pm, in the Basilica of St. Nicholas in Gdansk will started another cycle of organ concerts "Closer to Bach". You may hear the concerts on every Tuesday between 6th and 27th May. This musical event is already a permanent part of the Tri-City cultural tradition and is the perfect way to spend time as well for the inhabitants of Pomerania, as for tourists.


The concert series "Closer to Bach" has already become a traditional event in the cultural calendar of Tri-City. It is an excellent promotion of Gdansk as the organ capital of Northern Polish. Concerts, which are held every week, are addressed to a wide audience in all age. Each year a music of the highest quality, professionalism of performers and audience create a unique atmosphere filled with wonderful experiences.
Well-known to the public and experienced musicians from Polish and foreign countries will play the organs. They will present a wide range of their music skills. Its will create incredible impressions and –as it may be assumed – will encourage you to listen to all the concerts in the cycle. The icing on the cake will be an incredible atmosphere of St. Nicholas Basilica in Gdansk.
The program includes music created by many great composers. Traditionally, this year we not miss wonderful music written by Johann Sebastian Bach, the Baroque master of compositions – one of the greatest artists in the history of music. We will also hear creations of other composers from the turn of the Renaissance and Baroque until the second half of the nineteenth century.
All concerts, realized thanks to the funding by the City of Gdansk. Its held under the patronage of the Mayor of Gdansk Pawel Adamowicz. All concerts are free admission.