‘When my brother played at home, no matter how and when, the room filled up with people. They came even from the corners of the village (…). When my brother played for a neighbour with an injured leg, he would rouse himself and stand’, reminisced the sister of Janusz Bogusz, the legendary fiddler from Kamienna Wola. In our current world, there is a nostalgia for spontaneous excursions to concert halls and dances, where we could bond with friends and strangers through a performer's masterful tunes. In that spirit, we encourage you to peruse a selection of biographies and articles about artists who perhaps know best about forging deep human connections through music and dance.