An American in Warsaw offers his experiences and musings on Poland: it's people, places, and culture.
Thursday, March 4, 2010
Recently, I was invited to attend a free kids' concert. It was on a Sunday, so I decided to saunter over and enjoy some music, comedy, and dancing. Boy, it was worth the excursion. It was mostly designed to introduce little children to classical music, but also medieval music. There was some story about a king and stuff, plus an introduction to some dance moves. The musicians broke apart their instruments and explained what they were, how they were played, and of what they were made. The parents even seemed to enjoy it.
Król Macius demands tribute from his knaves.
A small medieval dance with accompanying drum and tambourine.
A "student" and teacher in Warsaw occasionally. I guess the only thing I miss is the night sky.
Here are my musings and experiences in and about Poland (specifically Warsaw.) Don't take anything too seriously or personally.