The Teatr Wielki is a national culture institution and as such it is supervised by the Minister of Culture, National Heritage and Sport of the Republic of Poland.
Partners and Sponsors
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The PZU Group is one of the largest financial institutions in Poland and Central Eastern Europe. It is a Polish company which has foreign branches in Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Ukraine. The PZU Group offers the widest range of products on the Polish insurance market. Every second person in Poland with insurance has bought their policy through PZU. In addition to the dynamically developing insurance business, the PZU Group also manages pension funds, investment funds and savings plan programmes. It secures the financial future of more than 12 million Poles. The PZU Group meets the highest standards of corporate responsibility and sustainability management. This has been acknowledged by the PZU Group’s presence in the RESPECT Index – the first CSR index in Central and Eastern Europe on the Warsaw Stock Exchange. PZU runs a wide range of social engagement activities in four main areas: safety, education, health and culture. In 2012, PZU was awarded first prize in the ‘Philanthropy Leaders’ contest, confirming its position as the most generous and socially engaged company in Poland.
Thanks to the funding received for its prevention scheme, the Teatr Wielki – Polish National Opera is able to systematically upgrade and develop its anti-theft systems, which effectively increases the safety of its employees and audience members.
PKN ORLEN is a highly advanced player in the gas and oil sector, and the largest company in Central and Eastern Europe, listed in the Fortune Global 500, Platts TOP250 and Thompson Reuters TOP100 lists. Currently worth 4.7 billion Polish zloty, ORLEN has been ranked the most valuable Polish brand for a few successive years now. It is also the only business in the region to have been named one of The World’s Most Ethical Companies by the Ethisphere Institute for the sixth consecutive year. PKN ORLEN is committed to promoting film, theatre, music and literature, and actively supports Poland’s leading cultural institutions and projects. The company is a long-standing sponsor the National Museum in Warsaw and its exhibitions. As patron of the Fryderyk Chopin Institute in Warsaw, PKN ORLEN financed the purchase of Chopin manuscripts and the building of direct copies of his pianos (Buchholtz and Pleyel).
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The Teatr Wielki and BMW Group work together on the OperaLab project and the BMW Jazz Club concerts. The opera house has also hosted the BMW/Art/Transformy project.
Grupa Tubądzin is one of Poland’s most recognisable ceramic tiles producers. For over 35 years now, it has been setting trends in tile design, introducing innovative products and technological solutions. Tiles of the highest quality produced with the use of the latest technologies are what Grupa Tubądzin is widely known for. Its products are available in 60 countries. As a patron of the arts and science, Tubądzin has been involved in culture promotion, scientific research and development of young talents for years, opening up new paths for innovation. The group collaborates with brilliant designers and artists, including Maciej Zień, Dorota Koziara, and Wojciech Siudmak. It is also behind a prestigious international architecture and design competition, Tubądzin Design Awards, that has a presence in 83 countries of the world. The company is a patron of culture, science and sports at the national and local level. It also cooperates with the Academy of Fine Arts in Łódź on projects that promote modern design.
Created by Hubert and Isabelle d’Ornano, SISLEY PARIS has quickly become one of the most successful international cosmetic companies owing to the innovative concept of phyto-cosmetology. Sisley Paris is a family company that has been actively working for three generations to develop its brand, specialising in making luxury cosmetics. The d’Ornano family are also a patron of Polish arts and collect works by many Polish artists. They family collaborates with the Polish sculptor Bronisław Krzysztof, who designed original perfume bottles and caps for the brand as well as elements of interior design for Maison Sisley across the world. Sisley Paris also works with Polish artists Krystyna and Elżbieta Radziwiłł and Edyta Klaper, who have designed Sisley Paris limited edition cosmetics. The Sisley-d’Ornano Foundation is active in the field of health, solidarity, natural environment, education and culture. The Trois Cinq Friedland, Sisley’s cultural program, showcases the d’Ornano family’s engagements and inspirations. Characterized by its free spirit, it is an opportunity to foster new encounters between art, culture and important charitable causes.
Paged Sklejka is a leading plywood producer in Poland and one of the main players in the European Union. The company sells its products to customers from 50 countries across the globe. It owes its leading position in the home and exports markets not only to benefits of scale, but - first and foremost - high-quality comprehensive solutions achieved through innovative mechanical and chemical upgrades to plywood. Paged products are used in the construction industry, furniture making, boat building, packaging, floor making, formwork production, interior design, vehicle and trailer interior components, playground installations, exhibitions and trade show stands, sports accessories and many other industries where plywood that could not exist without plywood. Paged Sklejka also supplies products used in stage design for opera and theatre.
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As the Medical Partner of the Polish National Ballet, Carolina Medical Center gives PBN dancers access to a team of specialists in orthopaedics, diagnostic imaging, physical therapy, functional movement assessment, and strength and conditioning. The comprehensiveness of the scheme is almost unmatched in the ballet world today. Thanks to the Healthy Dancer Package professional dancers and young people dreaming about a ballet career can benefit from full functional movement assessment, which makes it possible to evaluate fundamental movement patterns, diagnose any dysfunctions and monitor training performance.