Due to security measures in the Corona pandemic year 2020, there is no free ticket sale. Admission to concerts is only possible by pre-registering per email. The following details are mandatory: surname, first name, telephone number (if possible mobile number) as well as the postal address. You will then receive an email confirmation from us, which you must present as an entry permit. This email also contains all instructions on Covid-19 precautions and conduct before, during and after the concert. Special regulations apply to visitors who have a current, negative Covid-19 test.
This year the admission for all concerts is free. Donations are requested.
Ticket reservation (in English and German):
Instead of tickets, please send concert registration in German and English to Matthias von Hülsen, to his email address:
Ticket reservation (in Polish):
Entrance is only possible upon presentation of the email confirmation!
Please find below the repertoire list of pieces of chamber music pieces you might be listening to this year in Krzyżowa. It is only towards the end of the rehearsal period that
the artistic management decides which pieces will be performed in concert.
Many festivals had to be cancelled, however the sixth edition of Krzyżowa-Music, the international chamber music festival in Poland, can take place in this Corona year 2020. Under the artistic direction of Viviane Hagner, concerts almost as originally planned, are to be performed in Krzyżowa, Świdnica, Szczawno-Zdrój and Grodziszcze. During the last two weeks of August, 38 musicians from all over the world will present the results of their intensive rehearsals performing 40 pieces of chamber music in 12 concerts.
Krzyżowa Foundation for Mutual Understanding in Europe has been in existence for over 30 years, building civil society and working for dialogue between nations. However, this year the coronavirus pandemic has called into question the possibility of its further functioning. Almost all projects that were to take place in the first half of 2020 and in which almost 3,000 people were to participate were canceled. This deprived the Foundation of a significant part of its revenues and only thanks to the support of the Polish, German and local governments, our partners and donors we managed to survive this, we believe, the most difficult period.
However, the struggle for the Foundation's survival and its good future continues. The pandemic and the economic crisis caused by it will continue to accompany us for a long time, and thus limit our activities and reduce our funds. Therefore, in this particularly difficult period, we count on the support of Donors. It is necessary for the Foundation to be able to run its activities, create projects at the highest level, develop and meet the expectations - to implement its mission, deepen European agreement and serve the local community.