At the invitation of the Penderecki Centre, the Jury of the International Classical Music Awards will have its annual General Assembly, January 27-30, in Luslawice, Poland. The Penderecki European Music Centre was inaugurated in 2013. The building has cost about €15.5 million and was financed by the European Union, the Malopolska Voivodship, the Polish state budget and the Krzysztof Penderecki Akademia Association.
According to Penderecki’s idea, the European Music Centre in the village of Luslawice is dedicated to artistically talented youth from across Europe. Instrumentalists, vocalists and conductors are provided here with a chance to polish their craft under the eye of contemporary musical masters.
The Centre is close to Krzysztof Pendereck’s private residence and his 5-hectare park and arboretum