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Sacrum Profanum is looking for volunteers!
Add date: Tuesday, 25 August 2015

Do you want to participate in the organisation of Sacrum Profanum festival? Do you want to gain practical experience in the music and film industry that will pay off in your future professional career? Are you open-minded, responsible, flexible, independent, do you speak languages and want to develop your passions? We're looking for volunteers to co-organise this year’s editions of the Sacrum Profanum festival. Join us!

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The Sacrum Profanum Festival in a mobile version
Add date: Friday, 21 August 2015

We have a surprise for all music lovers, fans of ambitious experimental music, and those who cannot wait to take part in this year’s Sacrum Profanum concerts: a mobile application that makes it possible to keep up to date with the preparations for the festival and the latest information on the artists. Using the application, you will have no problem getting to the concert venue, viewing photos and videos of the concerts, listening to the official playlist and sharing your impressions of the festival with a unique camera with Sacrum Profanum's frames. The application is free and it is available at the App Store and Google Play. We encourage you to use it!

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Have a look at the promotional video of Sacrum Profanum 2015!
Add date: Friday, 14 August 2015


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Searching in the darkness
Add date: Thursday, 13 August 2015

When he was a teenager, he would go to Jarocin to see and hear punk bands. Perhaps this is the reason why his compositions are so far removed from all known patterns and conventions. This is how we can be sure that Magic Mountain the opera composed by Paweł Mykietyn, which we will see on 19 September at the Sacrum Profanum festival, will be an extraordinary event.

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Create a festival promo video and win a pass to Sacrum Profanum!
Add date: Friday, 7 August 2015

Are you an ad designer? Is animation your passion? Sacrum Profanum is an extraordinary chance to present your talent to an international audience! The second edition of the festival advert contest presents yet another chance to win passes and see your work on a large-format screen during the concerts of this year’s edition of the event.

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Inside a sonic sculpture
Add date: Thursday, 6 August 2015

Record labels play an extremely important role in the world of contemporary music. Specialising in a certain music genre, they seek young talents and confirm the high quality of presented music with their logo. Among the most recognised labels, we can mention ECM and Cantaloupe Music. Both of them have released an album recorded by the Australian composer Kate Moore, who will perform at the Sacrum Profanum festival in Krakow on the 19th of September.

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The metaphysics of the drone
Add date: Thursday, 30 July 2015

Having won the Golden Globe and having been nominated for an Oscar for his music for The Theory of Everything - a film about the life of Stephen Hawking, he captured the attention of the entire world. However, connoisseurs of neo-classical music have admired his achievements for nearly fifteen years. Among them there are participants in the Sacrum Profanum festival, where he has already been a guest. This time Jóhann Jóhannsson will arrive in Krakow in order to celebrate... a drone mass.

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In the jungle of noises
Add date: Thursday, 23 July 2015

They are fascinated with making music from extraordinary sounds. Matmos' recordings include compilations of noises produced during surgical procedures, and Sō Percussion even tried to play... a cactus. It is, therefore, not surprising that both of these groups will perform together at the Sacrum Profanum festival on the 17th of September in order to pay tribute to John Cage, a pioneer in using unconventional sounds in music, in the programme entitled We Are All Going In Different Directions.

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