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5:00 PM Meeting Session – Adam Banaszak / Endrik Üksvära. The talk with two conductors form Poland and Estonia will be led by the film and music critic Jan Topolski.

Free entry

6:00 PM Film – Arvo Pärt / Robert Wilson: "Adam's Passion" / registrations of the play. The play, which had its premiere in May 2015, is the result of a meeting between two ascetics of music and theatre.

Free entry

7:30 PM Film – "The Lost Paradise" (dir. Günter Atteln). "The Lost Paradise" is a documentary inspired by the year-long preparation to the premiere of "Adam's Passion" and depicts the everyday life of the composer while at work.

Free entry

9:00 PM Concert – Arvo Pärt / "Adam's Lament". Collegium Musicale Chamber Choir conducted by Endrik Üksvärav / Jakub Pankowiak / l'Autunno Chamber Orchestra conducted by Adam Banaszak. The choir will be performing both a cappella pieces and accompanied pieces along with the orchestra and organs.

All free entrance tickets have been handed out. If there should be any available seats the entrance will be free.

10:30 PM Film – "Our music" (dir. Jean-Luc Godard). The film is an attempt to fathom modern history and the surrounding reality. The motion picture uses ideas from the "Divine comedy", Part's piano pieces and his composition of "Silouans Song" for a string orchestra.

Film screenings and meeting sessions: headquarters of the Malta Foundation, 44 Ratajczaka Street, Arkadia, 1st floor.

Concerts: Poznań Fara Church – Collegiate Church, 11 Klasztorna Street.