The Discreet Charm of the Triangles, a passionate show of Tercet Egzotyczny

Directed by Cezary Studniak
Duration: 1h 30


Tercet Egzotyczny was created in 1963, by Zbigniew Dziewiątkowski. They are considered the oldest group in Poland to perform Latin-American music. The group's phenomenon is difficult to classify since their exotic entourage, which is equally apparent in their music and lyrics, perplexes some listeners and is considered by them as a manifestation of kitsch, whilst others take great delight in their rhythms, sensuousness and vividness. It is, nevertheless, certain, that for over forty years, the musicians have remained true to their southern fascinations and have consistently been providing their fans with songs that overcome the mundane reality with fascinating tales, appealing tunes and vibrant stage sets. The real diva of Tercet Egzzotyczny is Izabella Skrybant-Dziewiątkowska who says that since her 40th birthday she does not remember her actual age. This mystery constitutes a major feature of her artistic image. The band's impressive success comprises over 24 studio albums and over 10,000 concerts worldwide, including several dozen in the USA where they also performed in New York's Carnegie Hall.

The idea behind the summer outdoor concert at Malta is to stage an encounter with the legend of Polish pop music in a completely new interpretation. The project will be set in theatre and film aesthetics and the main star of the night will reflect various types of female sensitivity.

Cezary Studniak (born 1972) is an actor and soloist. Between 1997 and 2002 he was an actor of Teatr Muzyczny w Gdyni. He has performed in films, plays and musicals. He is currently an artistic staff member of Teatr Muzyczny Capitol in Wrocław.

Music and lyrics: Tercet Egzotyczny

Scriptwriter and director: Cezary Studniak

Music arranger and manager: Krzysztof Viki Nowikow

Choreographer: Jacek Gębura

Stage designer: Grzegorz Poldek Policiński

Costume designer: Ewa Łowżył

Tercet Egzotyczny:
Izabella Skrybant-Dziewiątkowska: vocals
Janusz Konefał: guitar
Włodzimierz Krakus: bass guitar

Katarzyna Dziewiątkowska-Mleczko: vocals