This year marks the centenary of Sir Andrzej Panufnik, the Polish composer whose life was fraught with political drama which in turn silenced and galvanised his musical creativity. Born in Warsaw in 1914 to a violinist mother and a violin-maker father, he began composing at the age of nine – and lived through his country’s most troubled times under both the Nazis and the communist regime.
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