MUSEUMS IN POZNAŃ on plan

The Feliks Nowowiejski Music Salon- Museum

Description

Feliks Nowowiejski (1877-1946) is one of Poland's most eminent composer, organists and teachers. After Poland regained its independence, the composer settled in Poznań, where he began lecturing at the State Conservatoire in 1920. In 1927 he gave up on teaching and devoted himself completely to composing and performing. He won renown due to his oratories: The Return of the Prodigal Son, Quo Vadis and the Discovery of the Hoy Cross.

The Nowowiejski Music Salon- Museum is located in the villa in Wielopolska Avenue, which has been the home to the Nowowiejski family since 1929. The Music Salon retains its original interior arrangement and decor, as well as housing a collection of art, instruments and everyday objects all with the view to providing visitors with an opportunity to familiarise themselves with the vast collection of mementos relating to the composer.

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A 2017

Opening hours

Tuesday - Saturday 10.00a.m. - 4.00p.m.

Ticket's prices

5/4 zl (regular/reduced)

Exhibition

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