Andrzej Dragan is an eccentric physicist who deals with, among other things, developing Albert Einstein's theory and popularising quantum mechanics in a way that "causes goose bumps on the minds of listeners"; Radzimir JIMEK Dębski is one of the most intriguing and famous composers of the young generation; Jacek Hałas – musician, singer, composer and performer, searching for and drawing on traditional music in his work. These are just some of the experts participating in the discussion forum during the MUSIC.DESIGN.FORM Festival. On September 22, we will discuss the notion of harmony in various aspects.
On the second day of the MDF 2022 Festival, we will explore the concept of HARMONY, which is the leitmotif of this year's festival edition. We will handle the subject of harmony in art, science and everyday life, its philosophical, spiritual and philosophical aspects. Together with the invited experts, we will talk about trends and inspirations that have changed the perception of harmony over the centuries.

The speakers will be:
  • Andrzej Dragan – habilitated doctor of theoretical physics, repeatedly awarded for scientific, photographic, film and music activities


  • Radzimir JIMEK Dębski – composer and music producer, one of the most intriguing artists of the young generation


  • Zuzanna Skalska – trend watcher who inspires leaders, decision-makers and heads of company development to think about the future of business


  • Jolanta Starzak – architect and town planner, lecturer and practitioner fascinated by the various possibilities of design activities

  • Mikołaj Rykowski – musicologist, vice-rector of the I.J. Paderewski Academy of Music in Poznań

  • Jacek Hałas will be the host of the festival's Harmony Forum.


What is harmony in music, and what is harmony in life? How can harmony be achieved? Is harmony the same for everyone? We invite you to the Harmony Forum, during which we will look for answers to these and other questions related to the theme of this year's MUSIC.DESIGN.FORM Festival. Thursday, September 22 at 6.00 p.m.

Admission to the event is free.

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