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    Rafał Brzozowski Triumphs at Polish Song Festival’s “Premiery”

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    Rafał Brzozowski stole the spotlight at the 60th Polish Song Festival’s “Premiery” concert, securing the much-coveted prize. His heartfelt rendition of the captivating song “W pokoju hotelowym” resonated deeply with both the audience and the jury.

    The first “Premiery” concert of the festival showcased a diverse lineup of ten exceptionally talented artists vying for the top prize. Each participant brought their unique style and flair to the stage, delivering unforgettable performances.

    In addition to Rafał Brzozowski’s triumph, Halina Mlynkova and the captivating group Tulia were recognized with the esteemed K. Musioł Award. Their collaborative masterpiece, “Przerwany,” captivated the audience and showcased their exceptional musicality.

    ZAIKS Honors Songwriting and Composition

    ZAIKS recognized exceptional talent at the festival, awarding the best lyrics to “Jakie masz dziś plany” and the best composition to “Jeszcze jestem.”

    The festival’s “Czas ołowiu” spectacle, directed by Michał Bandurski, paid homage to iconic artists who made an indelible impact on the Opole festival’s history. The lineup included esteemed performers like Czesław Niemen, Wioletta Villas, Krzysztof Krawczyk, Grzegorz Ciechowski, Ada Rusowicz, Andrzej Zaucha, and Zbigniew Wodecki.

    The “Czas ołowiu” concert brought together renowned artists who delighted the audience with nostalgic renditions of their greatest hits. Kasia Moś, Andrzej Lampert, Piotr Kupicha, Piotr Cugowski, Alicja Majewska, Włodzimierz Korcz, Halina Mlynkova, and Justyna Steczkowska showcased their extraordinary talents, creating an unforgettable evening.


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