Pierogi Festival is proud to host Polish Folk Dancers Krakowiacy, a group from Denver, Colorado for six consecutive years! They perform the Polonaise as well as dances from the regions of Lublin, Silesia and Kashuby. They open with the Polonaise, and are joined by many spectators, as well as local performers. They also encourage all […]
Joanna Wojcik was born and raised in Slupsk, the city located near the Polish sea shore, and has been entertaining people for a few decades. Joanna participated in various talent competitions and has been recognized for her vocal and drama talent with many awards, such as Golden Ring in Kolobrzeg and Brown Samovar in Zielona […]
Paul Wolak has been a singer and musician for over 30 years. He has been a Minister of Music, and has sung with various choirs and ensembles over the years. He is currently studying Music Education at the University of North Georgia with the intent of teaching in High School Chorus programs. He has been […]
Joanna Wojcik was born and raised in Slupsk, the city located near the Polish sea shore, and has been entertaining people for a few decades. Joanna works as a volunteer for the Polish Pierogi Festival every year. Joanna also oversees the programs for other important community events, such as Polish Christmas Celebration, Taste of Poland […]
Bo, Erik and Seth – a music group with members Bozena Radwanska (voice), Erik Herndon (guitar) and Seth Gamba (bass). The group presents poetic and folk songs from Poland, as well as other countries in the Eastern European region.
Maranatha band provides the music for Polish Mass at 2 pm, every third Sunday of the month at St. Marguerite d’Youville church in Lawrenceville. We perform Polish contemporary Christian songs that are chosen based on its appropriateness for Catholic Mass and to match each week’s Readings and Gospel.
Do you like singing Ukraina, Tam nad Wisłą or Stokrotka? Join Wanda and Janusz for Polish folk songs sing along at 6:45 PM, inside.