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    Celebrating Edyta Geppert-Loretz’s 70th Birthday on 27th November

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    On the occasion of Edyta Geppert-Loretz’s 70th birthday, Minister of Culture Prof. Piotr Gliński extends heartfelt wishes and admiration for her exceptional contribution to Polish cultural heritage. Geppert-Loretz, a distinguished interpreter of dramatic, reflective, lyrical, and cabaret songs, has left an indelible mark on the world of music.

    The minister praises her unique talent, magnetic stage presence, authenticity, and extraordinary sensitivity, evident in personal interpretations and repertoire that continue to inspire fellow artists. Geppert-Loretz’s iconic songs, such as “Jaka róża, taki cierń,” “Och, życie, kocham cię nad życie,” and “Nie, nie żałuję,” showcase a mastery of lyrics, music, and performance that reflects the complexities of human emotions and societal challenges.

    Recognizing her success through countless performances, millions of sold records, and prestigious awards, Minister Gliński highlights Geppert-Loretz’s significant impact on Polish music. The artist, born on November 27, 1953, received the Srebrny Medal “Zasłużony Kulturze Gloria Artis” in 2007 and the Krzyż Kawalerski Orderu Odrodzenia Polski in 2009.

    As Geppert-Loretz celebrates seven decades of life, Minister Gliński applauds her ongoing fruitful contributions to Polish culture, wishing her health, joy, and continued prosperity.

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