The legendary Polish composer Krzysztof Penderecki devoted his spare time to nurturing his remarkable garden in Lusławice, Poland. Here we combine his two greatest passions – music and flora – celebrating his life, compositions and inspirations through a virtual garden, which will grow along with his legacy. Enter Penderecki’s Garden... and watch it bloom.
Penderecki's Garden is a virtual space inviting you to explore the great Polish composer’s achievements from diverse and complementary perspectives.
Through the garden’s layout, based on Penderecki’s non-musical life achievement - Lusławice Garden, its architectural structures and vegetation - we present insight into the life of the composer alongside compositions, inspirations and poems.
We want to celebrate the story of Penderecki,
revealing who he was and building his legacy.
Enter the Garden and watch it grow.
Get acquainted with the professor’s thoughts and reflections, as well as the memories of his family, friends, colleagues, and pupils.
“What is most important for us musicians in Krzysztof Penderecki’s works is that they make it possible for us to express ourselves, and to offer part of ourselves to the audience,” says violist Katarzyna Budnik-Gałązka, who tells us about the Professor’s relations with orchestral musicians and his way of presenting critical remarks.