Ladies and gentlemen,


who among you, when entering the Castle of Warmia Bishops, did not experience a specific journey in time? Frescoes in the cloisters, a roof truss in the southern attic, a baroque chapel, a vault of a great refectory, cool cellars ... We look at them, touch them, we are fascinated by their duration, reflecting at the same time about the presence of people who were here before us. We know some of them by name and surname and their unquestionable achievements. But how many have left their mark while remaining anonymous to this day? What did they think, who they were, how did they look at the reality that surrounded them then? What made them laugh, what moved and what made them afraid?

These questions become more intense especially during the Varmia Musica festival, when the wonderful sounds of old instruments come from various corners of the castle (but also the bishop's palace or parish church). The so-called "early music" is often said to allow us to hear pieces in their original sound. But it is not about the sound itself. Isn't it more interesting to penetrate the sensibilities and emotions of people who lived and created one hundred, two hundred or three hundred years ago? Can we look at our present day through the prism of their experiences? Reading treatises, letters and other documents from the past, we are surprised how close we are to the authors of these texts. We are separated by a large time space, but we are united by a community of professed ideas.

The slogan of this year's edition of the Varmia Music festival is Opera, so as a kind of encouragement, let me quote from Johann Georg Sulzer's Allgemeine Theorie der Schönen Künste (1771) translated by Michał Bristiger:

In this particular stage show, which the Italians call opera, there is a very strange mixture of great and small, beautiful with tastelessness, so that I feel quite embarrassed at the thought of how and what to write about it. In even the best operas, you see and hear things that are stupid and tasteless, so we have no choice but to think that they are intended for children or for a childish crowd that wants to be admired. And between these miserable and derogatory to our taste inventions, we come across things that move our hearts and act on our minds in an extraordinary way, filling them with sweet delight, or with gentle compassion or fear or terror.

I cordially invite you to exciting, scary, sweet and delightful festival events

Marek Niewiedział
Festival Art Director


Program

1.08
Sunday

19:00 Castle of Warmia Bishops, Great Refectory   

Inaugural concert

  • Anna Mikołajczyk – soprano
  • Marek Niewiedział – oboe
  • Zbigniew Pilch – violin 
  • Radosław Kamieniarz – violin
  • Piotr Chrupek – viola  
  • Jakub Kościukiewicz – cello
  • Stanisław Smołka – double bass  
  • Marta Niedźwiecka – harpsichord  

Program:

Georg Friedrich Haendel (1685–1759)
Overture to the opera Agrippina
Furie Terribili from the opera Rinaldo
Piangerò la sorte mia from the opera Juliusz Cezar


Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)
Concerto in G minor for strings and b.c. RV 157

Allegro
Largo
Allegro

Sposa son disprezzata from the opera Bajazet
Agitata da due venti from the opera La Griselda

Georg Friedrich Haendel (1685–1759)
Oboe Concerto in B flat major HWV 301

Adagio
Allegro
Siciliana
Vivace

M'adora l'idol mio
from the opera Tezeusz


2.08
Monday

19:00 Castle of Warmia Bishops, Great Refectory

Opus 200
Inauguration of Bruce Kennedy's harpsichord from 2020.

  • Ewa Mrowca – harpsichord

Program:

Louis Couperin (1626–1661)
Chaconne en fa majeur

Jacques Champion de Chambonnières (1601–1672)

Pieces en fa majeur

Sarabande
Chaconne

Louis Marchand (1669–1732)
Suite en ré mineur

Prelude
Allemande
Saraband
Chaconne

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750)
French Suite Es Major BWV 815

Allemande
Courante
Sarabande
Gavotte
Menuet
Air
Gigue

Jacques Duphly (1715-1789)
Pièces de clavecin

Chaconne

3.08  
Tuesday

17:00 Castle of Warmia Bishops, Southern Attic

Bachowskie dygresje I

  • Zbigniew Pilch – violin
  • Marta Niedźwiecka – historical piano

Program:

J.S. Bach Sonatas for violin and harpsichord obbligato arranged for violin and piano by Karol Lipiński and Carl Czerny (Six grandes sonates pour piano et violon obligé):


Sonata No. 3 in E major, BWV 1016

Adagio
Allegro
Adagio
Allegro

Sonata No. 4 in c minor BWV 1017

Siciliano
Allegro
Adagio
Allegro


Sonata No. 5 in f minor BWV 1018
Largo
Allegro
Adagio
Allegro

Realized under the scholarship of the Minister of Culture, National Heritage and Sport




 

 

19.00 Church of st. Peter and Paul

Bachowskie dygresje II

  • Robert Gierlach – baritone
  • Marek Niewiedział – oboe
  • Zbigniew Pilch – violin
  • Radosław Kamieniarz – violin
  • Piotr Chrupek – viola
  • Jarosław Thiel – cello
  • Stanisław Smołka – double bass
  • Marcin Szelest – positive

Program:

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Kantata:Ich habe genug BWV82

21:00 Zamek Biskupów Warmińskich, Wielki Refektarz
Bachowskie dygresje III

  • Ewa Mrowca – klawesyn

Program:

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750)

Suite 2 BWV 813

Allemande
Courante
Sarabande
Air
Menuet I, II
Gigue

 

Suite 4 BWV 815

Allemande
Courante
Sarabande
Gavotte
Menuet
Air
Gigue


Suite 5 BWV 816

Allemande
Courante
Saraband
Gavotte
Bourrée
Loure
Gigue

4.08
Wednesday

19:00 Castle of Warmia Bishops, Southern Attic

  • Karolina Zych – flute
  • Toni Salar Verdu – clarinet
  • Tomasz Wesołowski – bassoon
  • Katarzyna Drogosz – historical piano

Program:

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1827)
Adelaide in arrangement for flute and piano

Carl Maria von Weber (1786–1826)
Variations Op. 33 based on the opera Silvana

Louis Spohr (1784– 1859)
Adagio for bassoon and piano

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791)
Variations in F major on the theme "Ein Weib ist das herrlichste Ding"
KV 613 for solo piano

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1827)
Serenade in D major for flute and piano, Op. 41

5.08
Thursday

18:00 Orangery of Culture

Classic and romantic salon

  • Works by W.A. Mozart, L. van Beethoven, F. Schubert and many other composers
  • The performers will be lecturers and workshop participants Varmia Musica Academia
6.08
Friday

19:00 Castle of Warmia Bishops, Southern Attic

  • Krzysztof Firlus – viola da gamba
  • Piotr Chrupek – viola
  • Jarosław Thiel – cello
  • Krzysztof Stencel – horn
  • Monika Woźniak – historical piano
  • Anna Guja – historical piano

Program:

Hermann Gustav Jaeschke (1818–po 1846)
Variations for viola da gamba and piano based on motifs from the opera Jacob and his sons in Egyptby Étienne-Nicolas Méhul (Milicz, after 1840)

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1827)
The duo mit zwei obligaten Augengläsern for viola and cello

Ferdinand Ries (1784–1838)
Sonata for horn and piano op. 34

  • Larghetto. Allegro Molto
  • Andante
  • Rondo. Allegro


  • 21:00 Castle of Warmia Bishops, Chapel

    Braniewo 1610. When the opera was young

  • Marcin Szelest – positive

  • 7.08
    sobota
    Zamek Biskupów Warmińskich

    Concert of participants

    17:00 – part I introductio
    18:30 – part II development
    20:00 – part III finis


    8.08
    Sunday
    12:00 Church of st. Peter and Paul

    Holy Mass

    Musical setting performed by lecturers and participants of the Varmia Musica Academia

    19:00 Dziedziniec Hotelu Krasicki

    Final concert

  • Soloists and the festival orchestra
  • Lecturers and participants
  • Varmia Musica Academia
  • Zbigniew Pilch - violin / artistic direction

  • Georg Friedrich Haendel (1685–1759)
    Apollo e Dafne HWV 122

    Performers

    Anna Mikołajczyk

    Soprano. She is a graduate of the Music Academy in Warsaw (now the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music) where she studied with Mal-gorzata Marczewska. She works closely with the Warsaw Chamber Opera, Wroclaw Opera and the Baltic Opera company, performing leading roles in operas by Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Verdi and Stravinsky. Having focused on early music at the start of her career, she is now also acclaimed for her interpretations of contemporary music and is often invited by composers (Zygmunt Krauze, Paweł Łukaszewski, Elżbieta Sikora) to give premieres of their works.

    Ewa Mrowca

    She graduated with honors from the Krakow Academy of Music in the class of prof. Elżbieta Stefańska. She graduated from Guildhall School of Music & Drama in London in the class of Nicholas Parle and Schola Cantorum Basiliensis in Basel in the class of Jörg Andreas Bötticher. She was awarded in 2003 in the 6th Harpsichord Competition. J. Broadwood in London, organized on historical instruments. In 1999 she obtained the Diploma di Merito Accademii Musicale Chigiana in Siena. She is a laureate of the Łódzkie Eureka 2012 award. As well as a scholarship holder of the Ministry of Culture, Ministry of Science and Higher Education Accademia Musicale Chigiana, Swiss Government, and Guildhall School of Music & Drama.

    Karolina Zych

    Flutist of the MACV of the Warsaw Chamber Opera orchestra of historical instruments. Lecturer in the Department of Historical Performance Practices of the Music Academy I.J. Paderewski in Poznan. In 2019, she obtained a PhD, specializing in flute literature with Empfindsamkeit style traits. She constantly cooperates with the Capella Cracoviensis orchestra, with which she performed under the baton of Jan Tomasz Adamus, Andrew Parrot, Paul McCreesh, Christophe Rousette and Alessandro Moccia, per-forming a wide repertoire from baroque to romanticism. She was a soloist in the orchestra Konfraternia Caper Lubliniensis, the Diletto orchestra from Białystok, the Radom Cham-ber Orchestra. She is a member of The Ballard Consort. She gives concerts in Poland and abroad (Germany, Norway, Greece, Portugal, Japan, Belgium, Lithuania and Russia).

    Marek Niewiedział

    One of the first oboists in Poland professionally involved in playing historical oboes. A concerting soloist, chamber musician, orchestral musician and an active promoter of early music, as well as an organizer of various artistic activities. Since 1998 he has been permanently cooperating with the Warsaw Chamber Opera, acting as the coordinator of the Musicae Antiquae Collegium Varsoviense orchestra. He is the first oboist and head of the brass section of the Wrocław Baroque Orchestra, artistic director of the Varmia Musica festival and Varmia Musica Academia music workshops in Lidzbark Warmiński. He teaches the baroque oboe class at the Academy of Music in Poznań.

    Zbigniew Pilch

    One of the most outstanding baroque violinists, doctor of arts, artist with wide interests, which include instrumental music from the 16th to the 21st century, with particular emphasis on virtuoso violin literature. He plays baroque and contemporary violins, viola and viola d'amore. As a soloist, chamber musician and conductor, he gives concerts all over Europe and the world. He has been the concertmaster of the Wrocław Baroque Orchestra since its beginning. He collaborates with the Warsaw Chamber Opera, the NFM Wrocław Philharmonic, the Elbląg Chamber Orchestra, the Lower Silesian Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra and the Wrocław Baroque Ensemble. He has extensive phonographic achievements - as a soloist he recorded the virtuoso Violin Concerts by F. Janiewicz, he also participated in the production of albums directed by of P. McCreesh, A. Kosendiak and J. Thiel. He lectures at music academies in Wrocław and Krakow and during master classes at the Varmia Festival Musica in Lidzbark Warmiński.

    Piotr Chrupek

    He is a graduate of the Academy of Music. I. J. Paderewski in Poznań in the viola class of prof. Marcin Murawski, as well as the Academy of Music. K. Lipiński in Wrocław in the baroque viola class of Dr. Zbigniew Pilch. He participated in master classes under the supervision of prof. Piotr Reichert, Zbigniew Pilch, Jarosław Thiel, Sirkki-Lisa Kaakinen, Markus Möllenbeck. He is a co-founder and member of the "Musicarius" string quartet specializing in early music performance, with which he performs in Poland and abroad. He permanently cooperates with the Wrocław Baroque Orchestra. He also collaborates with the most important early music ensembles in Poland as a soloist, chamber musician, as well as a group leader. He has performed together with Jane Rogers, Enrico Gatti, Kati Debretzeni and Peter Hanson. He also collaborated with The English Baroque Solists under the direction of John Eliot Gardiner.

    Jarosław Thiel

    A graduate of the Poznań School of Talents, he studied cello at Music Academy in Poznań and Łódź. Since 1997, in his artistic activity, he has focused mainly on the issues of historical performance practices. He undertook postgraduate studies at the Universität der Künste in Berlin in the baroque cello class of Phoebe Carrai and Markus Möllenbeck (diploma with honors). Since 2000, he has been the first cellist of the Dresdner Barockorchester and a member of Laurence Cummings' Festspiel Orchester Göttingen. He also collaborates with other leading German bands, such as Cantus Cölln, Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin and Lautten Compagney. He performs regularly as a soloist and chamber musician - he has appeared in this role at many Polish and international festivals of early music. He teaches the baroque cello at the Academy of Music in Poznań. In 2006 he was invited to cooperate with the Wrocław Baroque Orchestra as its artistic director.

    Marcin Szelest

    He leads the organ class and is the head of the Department of Early Music at the Academy of Music in Krakow. His habilitation thesis, Stylistic transformations in Italian organ music at the turn of the 16th and 17th centuries (2007), was awarded the Prime Minister's award, and articles on the sources and editions of early Polish music were published, among others, in the magazines "Canor", "Muzyka" and "Orfeo". Currently, he is preparing the collected works of Stanisław Sylwester Szarzyński for publication in the "Monumenta musicae in Polonia" series. He is also the president of the Polish Society of Early Music and the organist of the Holy Cross Church in Kraków, where he plays a restored instrument from 1704.

    Krzysztof Firlus

    A musician who successfully combines the career of a double bass player and a gambist, performing on both instruments as a soloist, chamber musician and orchestral musician. Permanently associated with the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra in Katowice, {oh!} Historical Orchestra, Extempore early music trio and consort viol Gambasada, he also performs with leading Polish ensembles, such as the Silesian Quartet, Concerto Polacco, Capella Cracoviensis. He also collaborated with H. Rilling, V. Dumestr, P. McCreesh, G. Guerrero, A. Zylberajch and M. Toporowski. Krzysztof Firlus graduated from the Academy of Music in Katowice in viola da gamba class (prof. Mark Caudle) and double bass (dr Jan Kotula); He is also a graduate of postgraduate studies at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg in the viola da gamba class of prof. Vittorio Ghielmi.

    Marta Niedźwiecka

    A graduate of the harpsichord class of prof. M. Czarny-Kaczmarska and dr hab. A. Rupocińska at the Academy of Music in Wrocław, as well as the Hochschule für Musik und Theater "Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy" in Leipzig in the class of N. Parle. Cooperates with, among others with the Wrocław Baroque Orchestra, Ars Cantus, Cantores Minores Wratislavienses, and Wrocław Baroque Ensemble. She has performed at many festivals, including: Wratislavia Cantans, Forum Musicum, Bach-Fest Leipzig, Usedomer Musikfestival, Jazztopad. DAAD scholarship holder (2008), winner of the Wrocław Music Award (2007) and the 7th edition of the scholarship program of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage "Young Poland" (2010). Artistic manager of the Forgotten City 2016 project, implemented by the National Forum of Music as part of the ECoC Wrocław 2016 program.

    Mirosław Feldgebel

    A graduate of the Faculty of Instrumental Studies in the piano class, he also studied at the Faculty of Theory, Composition and Conducting at the Academy of Music. F. Chopin in Warsaw. A respected pianist and chamber musician. He has partnered with the most outstanding Polish and foreign artists. He is a laureate of several international piano competitions (including 1st prize at Torneo Internazionale di Musica in Turin, 3rd prize at the 12th Concorso Musicale Europeao Citta di Moncalieri).

    For many years he has also been performing early music on historical instruments - harpsichord, medieval, renaissance and baroque harps (cooperation with leading early music ensembles) and on early classical and romantic pianos.

    Mirosław Feldgebel has performed in many prestigious concert halls in Europe, both Americas, Africa and Asia (including the Pleyel Hall in Paris, Wiener Musikverein, Vredenburgsaal in Utrecht, Omotesando in Tokyo, Carnegie Hall in New York, Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Studio im W. Lutosławski, Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona). He participated in the celebrations of the 150th anniversary of the death of Fryderyk Chopin. He has taken part in many international music festivals, incl. Wratislavia Cantans, Chopin Festival in Duszniki Zdrój, Warsaw Autumn, International Piano Duo Festival in Siauliai, Lithuania, Holland Festival.

    Tomasz Wesołowski

    A graduate of the Academy of Music in Gdańsk, where he received a diploma with honors in the class of prof. Wojciech Orawiec. In 2004. During 2004-2008 he had been studying historical bassoon at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague (Donna Agrell, Wouter Verschuren) and at the Accademia Internazionale della Musica in Milan (Alberto Grazzi). He collaborates with leading orchestras of the historical performance stream, including Les Musiciens du Louvre, B'rock, Freiburger Barockorchester, Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, Anima Eterna, Holland Baroque Society, Les Talens Lyriques, Bach Collegium Japan, Le Cercle de l'Harmonie, Netherlands Bach Society, European Union Baroque Orchestra. In Poland, with the Warsaw Chamber Opera, Wrocław Baroque Orchestra, Arte Dei Suonatori, Capella Cracoviensis, {oh} historical orchestra. He has recorded for Mezzo, Arte, Erato (Diapason d'Or), Polish Radio, Channel Classics, naïve, Alpha, BIS, ORF Edition Alte Musik, Brillant Classics and DUX. In the international arena, he also works as a lecturer at courses and universities: Academy of Music in Poznań, Academia in Lidzbark Warmiński and at the Oficina de Musica de Curitiba festival in Brazil.

    Krzysztof Stencel

    Krzysztof Stencel, chamber musician and teacher, belongs to the first generation of Polish musicians who play historical horns. A graduate of the Music Academy in Katowice in the class of Mieczysław Korcz. After obtaining his master's degree, he continued his studies with William VerMeulen in Houston. In recent seasons, he has collaborated with leading early music ensembles, including the Helsinki Baroque Orchestra, Den Jyske Sinfonietta, Finnish Baroque Orchestra, Enghave Barok, Wrocław Baroque Orchestra, Esterházy Hofkapelle, Capella Savaria and Arte dei Suonatori. He performed under direction of such masters as Christopher Hogwood, Philippe Herreweghe, Paul McCreesh, Paul Goodwin, Marc Minkowski and Enrico Onofri.

    Robert Gierlach

    A graduate of the Academy of Music in Warsaw (class of Prof. K. Pustelak). The artist performs at: Teatro La Fenice in Venice, Filarmonico in Verona, Teatro Comunale in Bologna, Teatro dell 'Opera in Rome, Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Theater des Champs-Elysees in Paris. One of his showpiece parts is the Mozartian Figaro, sung, among others, by in Cape Town, at the Glyndebourne Opera Festival, at the Grand Theater in Geneva and at the Grand Opera in Florida. Performs with: Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, NOSPR, Berliner Philharmoniker, Wiener Philharmoniker, Philadelphia Orchestra, NHK Tokyo Orchestra. He takes part in music festivals: Salzburger Festspiele, BBC Proms, performing under the baton of Sir S. Rattle, Sir Y. Menuhin, Ch. Dutoit, V. Gergiew, J. Maksymiuk, J. Semkow. In the last few years he has sung, among others with the ensembles: Berliner Philharmoniker, Wiener Philharmoniker at the Opera du Montreal, at the Flanders Opera in Antwerp, at the New York City Opera.

    Stanisław Smołka

    Double bass player specializing in historical performance of playing the double bass, violone and viola da gamba. He graduated from the Academy of Music in Katowice in the double bass class of prof. Stefan Nowak. He also studied viola da gamba at the Dresdner Akademie fur Alte Musik under the supervision of prof. Christina Kyprianides and at the Academy of Music in Katowice, where he completed his master's studies in the class of prof. Mark Caudle. He started his artistic work in the "Chopin Chamber Orchestra" and in the chamber and symphony orchestra of the State Silesian Philharmonic in Katowice. However, after his studies he turned his interest towards historical practices. Currently, he is the leader of the double bass group in the Musicae Antiquae Collegium Varsoviense orchestra of the Warsaw Chamber Opera.

    Katarzyna Drogosz

    Katarzyna Drogosz was born in Warsaw. She studied piano in the class of prof. Teresa Manasterska and ad. Aleksandra Kowalik. After obtaining her master's degree (2001), she undertook further studies in the field of historical instruments at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam (2001-2005) in the piano class of prof. Stanley Hoogland and at the Musikhochschule Freiburg (2005-2007) in the harpsichord class of prof. Robert Hill. She also studied cultural diplomacy at Collegium Civitas in Warsaw and completed doctoral studies at the University in Katowice. She obtained her doctorate in January 2017. In 2007, she received a distinction at the international competition "Musica Antiqua" in Bruges, in the category of piano solo. She gives concerts as a soloist and chamber musician. She performs with many vocalists and instrumentalists, including Marta Boberska (soprano), Teresa Kamińska (cello), Petra Matejova (pianoforte). She also collaborates with Geoffrey Govier, an outstanding British pianist, professor at the Royal College of Music in London, devoting himself to the interpretation of works by Franz Schubert for piano four hands. Katarzyna Drogosz has performed with the best Polish ensembles of early instruments: Capella Cracoviensis, Wrocław Baroque Orchestra and Musicae Antiquae Collegium Varsoviense.

    Monika Woźniak

    Monika Woźniak graduated from the Academy of Music in Poznań in the following faculties: piano (studies with Prof. J. Marcinkowska) and harpsichord (studies with Prof. Maria Banaszkiewicz-Bryła). She also studied under the Erasmus + program at the Academy of Music. Leoš Janaček in Brno in the harpsichord class of prof. Barbara Maria Willa and at the Music Academy in Malmö in the piano class of prof. Hans Pålssohn. From 2020, she is a student of musicology at the University of Adam Mickiewicz in Poznań. The most important artistic achievements include the National Harpsichord Competition "Wanda Landowska in memoriam" Poznań 2019, where she won a distinction, as well as participation in two editions of the "Chopin in Colors of Autumn" Festival, during which she premiered two harpsichord pieces by Andrzej Henryk Bączyk. (2017, 2020). In 2020, she won the Zlin Region Award for Outstanding Talent at the summer Academy in Kromériž (Czech Republic).

     

    Anna Guja

    Anna Guja - a graduate of the Academy of Music in Krakow in the piano class of Mirosław Herbowski (BA) and the Academy of Music in Katowice in the class of Piotr Sałajczyk and Łukasz Trepczyński (MA studies), she has been improving her harpsichord playing skills under the supervision of Marek Pilch and Anna Firlus, and on the historical piano with Katarzyna Drogosz. She has participated in many master classes, conducted, among others, by by Eugene Indjic, Andrzej Jasiński, Alexei Orlowiecki (piano), Marek Toporowski, Urszula Bartkiewicz, Skip Sempe, Olivier Fortin (harpsichord), Marcia Hadjimarkos (clavichord). Laureate of international competitions in Poland and abroad.

     

    Toni Salar-Verdú

    Toni Salar-Verdú is known as one of the foremost historical clarinetists, but also as one of the most compelling musicians of our time. Currently (since 2005) he is the first clarinetist of Concerto Köln, and since 2009 he has been performing in the French orchestra Ensemble Matheus as the first clarinetist and assistant conductor to Jean Christophe Spinosi. For 10 years he was a member of the Nachtmusique wind instrument sextet. With this band, he toured Europe and America, made many recordings for the Glossa label, and performed at the most prestigious festivals, incl. Utrecht Early Music Festival, Boston Early Music Festival, Edinburgh International Festival, Musikfest Bremen. Recently, as an independent artistic director, he founded the ensemble La Vera Costanza.

     

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    Marek Niewiedział
    mobile. +48 608 35 50 22
    marek@varmiamusica.pl

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    Grzegorz Kołnierzak
    tel. 501 46 02 02
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