Join us for a three-day celebration of keyboard instruments! The halls of the Potocki Palace in Kraków’s Main Market Square will be a temporary home for some 30 instruments from major European collections, displayed for all to enjoy. At the same time, the Palace will host an exhibition, workshops, meetings and concerts featuring some of the most eminent harpsichordists, designers and instrument builders invited to take part in this special celebration.

Recital of the 16th-century harpsichord music 


Lucie Chabard – harpsichord 



Peeter Cornett (ca. 1570–1633) Fantasia ottavi toni 

Joachim van den Hove (ca. 1567–1620) Bouche de Coral précieux (after Jan Peterszoon Sweelinck) 

Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck (1562–1621) Pavana Philippi (after Peter Philips)  

John Bull (ca. 1562–1628) Fantasia on a Fugue of Sweelinck  

Peter Philips (ca. 1560–1628) Tirsi morir volea (after Luca Marenzio) 

Toccata del terzo e quarto tono (anonymous) 

Ercole Pasquini (1560–1608/1619) Ancor che col partire (after Cipriano de Rore) 

Eustache Du Caurroy (1549–1609) 3 Fantaisies sur “Une jeune fillette” (from Fantasies à III, IV, V & VI parties) 

Tomás de Santa María (1510–1570) Fantasia del primero tono (from Arte de tañer fantasia) 

Hernando de Cabezón (1541–1602) Dulce memoriae (from Obras de musica para tecla, arpa y vihuela, after Pierre Sandrin) 

Antonio de Cabezón (1510–1566) Ayme qui vouldra (from Obras de musica para tecla, arpa y vihuela, after Nicolas Gombert) 

Luis de Narváez (1500–1555) Mille regres. La canción del Emperador (from Libro tercero del Delphín, after Josquin des Prés)