At the Museum of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan for the first time took place a literary evening.

  On May 21, 2013 at the Museum of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan for the first time took place a literary evening. The evening was devoted to the 90th anniversary of an outstanding poetess Wislawa Szymborska «I make sense of world with the second revised edition». The guests of the Museum opened unusually thin and deep world of the poetess, they joined her art. The evening was organized together with Embassy of the Republic of Poland in the Republic of Kazakhstan within the limits of the international project of the Museum "Dialogue through culture".
     Wislawa Szymborska (1923 - 2012) – is a known Polish poetess, the winner of prestigious awards of Goethe (1991) and Herder (1995), Nobel Laureate in Literature (1996), the owner of the diploma of the honorary member of the American academy of arts and literature (2001) and the Lady of White Eagle order (2011) – the highest Polish state award. The works of W. Szymborska are translated to 36 languages, her books are published in 18 countries of the world.
      Shynar Barlykova (violin) and Alibi Asakayev (guitar) opened evening and performed the piece of music of a known Polish composer Witold Lutosławski. A special guest was Michal Russinek who was the secretary of Wislawa Szymborska. He had arrived to Astana from Krakow for the meeting with the guests of the evening. In anniversary year in Kazakhstan the International club of Abay published a small volume of verses of the poetess (translation of Abubakir Kayran). The participants of the evening were the first who have an opportunity to read the works of W. Szymborska in the Kazakh language. The poems of W. Szymborska were read in the Kazakh and Russian languages by Olzhas Zhakipbek an actor of K. Kuanyshbayev Kazakh State Academic musical and drama theater and Maria Tsygankova an actress of M. Gorky State Academic Russian drama theater. The documentary video footage allowed the listeners heard the voice of Wislawa Szymborska reading her vers