At the same time, we invite lovers of classical music to the Plac Szczepański square, which will be ruled by real masters of Baroque music. However, before we celebrate the 330th anniversary of the birth of Johann Sebastian Bach, the legendary Krakow band Pod Budą will enter the stage. Their leader Andrzej Sikorowski gave an excellent performance last year; now he is returning with his original band, so – as they sing in one of their best-known songs Na całość – ‘we will go all the way again’! And so will do the Capella Cracoviensis ensemble, which will present a repertoire containing the most spectacular instrumental compositions of the Baroque period. We will hear Bach’s virtuoso Concert for Two Violins in D Minor and his third Orchestral Suite in D Major. The program will be supplemented by Concerto Grosso in A Minor by the second most outstanding 17th-century composer – George Frideric Handel. Apart from that, the musicians will perform the rarely played Concerto for 3 Trumpets by Georg Philipp Telemann. A particularly interesting event will be certainly the Bach to Moog concert performed by the Sinfonietta Cracovia and the legendary electronic musician Craig Leon. It is worth mentioning that the American composer and producer was responsible for the discovery of famous bands like The Ramones, Talking Heads or Blondie. Now you will hear him playing Bach’s works on his Moog, which will transfer the master\'s music to the realm of progressive rock and kosmische musik (sic!). The culmination of the evening will be the show of the Art Color Ballet dance company, which refers to Slavic traditions. It was inspired by the Slavic calendar and the symbols of nature captured in four seasons of the year. The authors of the show made use of various musical styles, rhythms, dances, native songs and body painting techniques to create an interpretation of the pre-Slavic world that is fully contemporary, yet deeply rooted in native traditions. Preludium Słowiańskie [Slavic Prelude] is a musical show whose energetic and spiritual performance will be delivered by WATAHA The Slavic Drummers and the Strojone vocal band.