The Palace of Caserta near Naples in southern Italy. © 2012 Ekkehard Henschke
Interview conducted by Professor Barbara Przybyszewska-Jarmińska with Zbigniew Krysiewicz, the designer of the exhibition ‘Royal Marriages of Princes and Princesses in Poland and Lithuania c. 1500-1800’ and the accompanying catalogue.
On 4 June 2016 at 11am the prizes in the Children’s Competition Królewskie Pary (‘Royal Couples’) were presented in the Muzeum Historii Polski.
Alongside the exhibition ‘Royal Marriages of Princes and Princesses in Poland and Lithuania c. 1500-1800’, the winners of the children’s competition ‘Królewskie Pary / Royal Couples’ were shown.
The third workshop focused on those dynastic marriages which ran into difficulties of various kinds and examined a wide range of cases in order to determine what caused these frictions and failures.
Our HERA partners, Music Migration in the Early Modern Age, will be holding an international meeting in Warsaw from the 6-7th May.
The programme for Thursday’s concert by The Schoole of Night is now available to read online.
Our project partner Professor Susanne Rode-Breymann and our doctoral student Maria Skiba took part in a one-day HERA workshop in Berlin.
Jill Bepler gave a talk entitled “Making books matter: Dynastic women and the composition of book objects in the early modern period”.
At the opening of the Warsaw exhibition and workshop the ensemble ‘The Schoole of Night’ will perform songs by Dietrich von dem Werder.
On 15 March 2016 Maria Skiba performed music by Francesca Caccini with the ensemble Bella Discordia at the opening of an exhibition in the Schlossmuseum in Linz (Austria).