The Polish Choral Group HUTNIK, the choir from the town of steelworks - Trinec associates 60 members - the Polen from the Czech Republic. The founder and the artistic manager of many years was Karol Wronka.
Between 1985 - 1998 the choir was conducted by Cezary Drzewiecki. At the turn of the century Ewa Wigezzi led the chorus for 4 years and in the years of 2007-2006 it was Aleksander Zeman the assistant of the Institute of Music, the branch of the University Silesia. Since the year of 2007 Cesary Drzewiecki, an art leader and a conductor has been back in the chorus after an eight-year-break.
Jan Hlawiczka has been the president and also the organizational manager for 40 years. The choir has performed in 20 European countries, but the most often in Poland. It was distinguished at the festivals in Koszalin, Rzeszow, and won the reward of "The Golden Lyre" in Międzyzdroje as well as the highest rewards in national competitions in Prague, Brno, Bratislava. The choir performed in National Philharmonic and in basilicas and cathedrals in Częstochowa, Krakow, Poznan, Koszalin, Warsaw. HUTNIK was presented on Polish TV, TV Polonia, TV in Sarajevo, Ostrava, ORF Vienna, and broadcast to many radio stations. In 1989 the choir recorded a record named "Do you know this country", and in 1993 CD named ,,Here is my home''. During the last seven years HUTNIK performed many times abroad: in England, Austria, France, Holland, Poland, Germany, Slovakia, Switzerland, Latvia and Italy. The press repeatedly marked the concerts as the remarkable musical events in amateur choral movement. It sang in filled up concerts halls of five capitals: Warsaw, Vienna, Rome, Prague, London. HUTNIK inaugurated "The days of Polish Culture" in Vienna giving a concert in Kahlenberg and as the first east European choir performed in Winchester cathedral in Great Britain. Ten times the choir took part in the International Festival of Polish Choruses in Koszalin. In total HUTNIK has given about 450 concerts and 1200 shorts performances, hosted at about 80 concerts many great foreign choruses from 9 European countries. Among many rewards and distinctions HUTNIK was rewarded by the Department of Art and Culture of Polish Government the distinction is called ,,Merit of Polish Culture''. HUTNIK is counted as one ot the top Polish choruses existing abroad and its artistic and organizational level is an example for other choruses from Zaolzie in the Czech Republic.
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