The Three-Day Festival is organised by the newly established foundation Phasma-Music in Kwidzyn.
 
The main idea of the Kwidzyn Music Spring Festival is presenting the most interesting interpretations of music from ancient through to today using the original instruments, as well as portraying artistic phenomena inspired by music. The aim of the festival is to promote classical music and not only, among the residents of the city of Kwidzyn and Kwidzyn County.
 
The Three-Day Festival is organized by the newly established foundation Phasma-Music in the church oo. Franciscan St. Trinity in Kwidzyn. The initiator of the festival is Iwona Glinka (from Kwidzyn), professor of the Academy of Music Arte in Cyprus. The main idea of the Kwidzyn Music Spring Festival is presenting the most interesting interpretations of music from ancient through to today using the original instruments, as well as portraying artistic phenomena inspired by music. The aim of the festival is to promote classical music and not only, among the residents of the city of Kwidzyn and Kwidzyn County.
 
The festival will collaborate with local artists, youth, and children. During  the first festival, Flageolet Ensemble of Kwidzyn County (40 persons)  will perform a concert together with the professors of the Academy of Music in Gdansk.
 
Beata Glinka
 

She has developed a great interest in New Music, which since 1994 has resulted in over one hundred world premières of works by Australian, Belgian, British, Canadian, Greek, German, Polish and US composers, more than one hundred of them commissioned by and written especially for her. Iwona Glinka is a superb flutist and musician whose pure, silvery tone will lift the spirits of the most jaded listener. David DeBoor Canfield / FANFARE MAGAZINE / May-June 2017
 
The festival will contribute to the promotion of the city of Kwidzyn and its cultural heritage.
 
Have a look at the Indiegogo link below for more information:
 
https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/i-kwidzyn-music-spring-festival#/