in Krakow, Poland.
It promotes the literary and pedagogical heritage of its patron - dr Janusz Korczak who was a Polish-Jewish pediatrician, teacher, pedagogue and an author of children's books (including "King Matt the First"). He founded orphanages in Warsaw and cared for children during ward war II until his death in Treblinka in 1942.
We engage in various international and local projects including music festivals and concerts, choir workshops, cheerleading events, student exchanges and many others.
Please contact us, if you are interested in a collaboration.
New Year's Concert "Carte Blanche"
January the 2nd, 2014 - Krakow
The venue Stara Zajezdnia has hosted a New Year's concert by the famous Hungarian violinist Roby Lakatos who came to Poland to play with his friends: Szymon Klima (clarinet), Piotr Baron (saxophone), Piotr Wyleżoł (piano), Adam Kowalewski (double bass), Michał Heller (drums). He has also performed a traditional czardas by Vittorio Monti with a young violinist Wiktor Modrzejewski.
60th anniversary of the Janusz Korczak MDK
November the 6th, 2013 - Krakow
We have celebrated the 60th anniversary of the Janusz Korczak Youth Center with a very special Jubilee gala held in the Temple Synagogue in Krakow's Old Jewish District - Kazimierz. This event included a concert by the world-class cellist Julius Berger has performed with the Beethoven Academy Orchestra conducted by Sebastian Perłowski.
Then, on the 7th of November all Korczakians are invited to an International Korczak Meeting in the Youth Culture Center. Later all guests have attended the opening of Itamar Siani's (Israel) painting exhibition entitled "The Magic Carpet" in the Szalom Gallery.
Click here for the photo gallery of the event.