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In Memoriam - PMC founders:
Dr. Stefan P. Wilk, M.D. (1917-2008) &
Wanda Wilk (1921-2009)

NOVEMBER 2017 NEWSLETTER:
2017 Paderewski Festival Recap
Knittel and Porębski Premieres

Competitions & Workshops


Paderewski Festival
Paderewski Festival in Paso Robles
November 2-5, 2017
Tickets & Info:
www.paderewskifest.com



Upcoming 2017 PMC Closures:
Friday, Nov 10 Closed for the day
Weds, Nov 15 Closed for the day
Nov 22-28 Closed for Thanksgiving
Dec 18-19 Closed for the day
Dec 21-Jan 4 Closed for Holidays

 

   

The PMC is a research library and information center collecting manuscripts, scores, and recordings of Polish music, as well as books, articles and other information about Polish musical subjects. This site is in a continual process of evolution, so that it can optimally serve the world community. Thanks for your interest!

To contact the PMC:
Mailing address:
Polish Music Center
Thornton School of Music
University of Southern California
840 West 34th St.
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0851

Tel: (213) 821-1356 or (213) 740-9369
Fax: (213) 821-4040
URL: pmc.usc.edu
E-mail: polmusic@usc.edu


To visit the PMC:
Please call (213) 821-1356 for an appointment. Our general hours are 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. PST, but these hours are subject to change.

We are locacted on USC's University Park Campus. Our street address is 837 Downey Way in Stonier Hall (STO) and we are on the 1st floor in Suite 120.

Directions to USC can be found here.


USC Home Page Thornton School of Music

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Copyright 1997-2017 by the Polish Music Center
Send your comments and inquiries to: polmusic@usc.edu
This page created by M.A. Harley and M. Piłatowicz in 1997.
Updated by Krysta Close, 9 November 2017