International weekend (from 30th to 31st July) will end this special cycle of outdoor meetings with music in the Royal Łazienki Museum. The main event will be the Saturday's concert of New Warsaw Trio - the three charismatic instrumentalists, who masterfully combine different styles, genres and themes, by hitting in the taste of the most demanding audiences.

After the four July's weekends, each of which was dedicated to the music of another European country, the time has come to "open the borders", that is the international weekend, which will summarize the fourth edition of the Sphere of Silence Festival. As every year, the great music in masterful interpretations attracted crowds of viewers and listeners to the Royal Gardens. There was also a unique atmosphere, close contact with the artists and a wide offer for the youngest music lovers. On the five Festival stages, more than 120 concerts already were held. Among the accompanying events, the painting and dancing happenings as well as the Open Stage gained the greatest popularity.

This weekend is the last opportunity to take advantage of the Festival attractions. At the beginning - an invitation for families with children to the concerts in the "Melomaluszki" series (on Saturday and Sunday at 10.00 AM, 11.00 AM, 12.00 PM, 3.00 PM, 4.00 PM and 5.00 PM, on the Yellow Stage). Adults will certainly be interested in the "Happening Tango" - tango and dancing workshop (Saturday, 4.00 PM, the Navy Stage).

Sensual and energetic tango will be also heard during the performance of New Warsaw Trio - the stars of Saturday's concert at 7.00 PM on the Purple Stage at the Temple of the Sybil. The band consists of Rafał Grząka (accordion), Przemysław Skałuba (clarinet, saxophone) and Konrad Kubicki (double bass). New Warsaw Trio has in its repertoire the works of Richard Galliano, one of the most important jazz accordionists, as well as their own compositions. The concert programme includes among others: "Valtz for Nicky" by Richard Galliano, "Libertango" by Astor Piazzolla and "Autumn Waltz" by Rafał Grząka.

On Saturday, on the other Festival stages the following artists will perform: Bum Bum Orkestar, Marek Majewski, UMFC Clarinet Quartet, and Sino-Polish duet - Qinke Chang and Tamara Kurkiewicz. On Sunday, in the series of Chopin Concerts, the pianists from Poland and Ukraine will play: Dominik Szlezynger and Serhiy Hryhorenko.