MICHAŁ SZYMANOWSKI Piano Recital - online
MICHAŁ SZYMANOWSKI PIANO RECITAL
Thursday, June 17th, 2021
I. J. Paderewski Legenda As-dur op. 16 nr 1
M. Moszkowski Etiuda As-dur op. 72 nr 11
J. Wieniawski Polonez As-dur op. 21
F. Chopin Impromptu Fis-dur op. 36
F. Chopin Impromptu Ges-dur op. 51
F. Chopin - Etiuda h-moll op. 25 nr 10
Z. Stojowski - Vers l'azur z cyklu Aspirations op. 39 nr 1
K. Szymanowski Etiuda b-moll op. 4 nr 3
K. Szymanowski Szeherezada z cyklu Maski op. 34 nr 1
M. Magin Toccata
MICHAŁ SZYMANOWSKI - A Polish pianist and conductor, assistant professor the Academy of Music in Bydgoszcz. He has won top awards in a number of national and international piano competitions, including Chopin Competition in Darmstadt, Germany (2017), MozARTè Competition in Aachen, Germany (2016), Chopin Competition in Daegu, Korea (2015), Zarębski Competition in Warsaw (2012), Yamaha Music Foundation of Europe Competition (2011), Paderewski Competition in Bydgoszcz, (2010), Horowitz Competition in Kiev (2007). In 2015 he was the highest placed quarter-finalist in the International Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw.
Michał has performed in many concerts across Europe and throughout the world, including the Palace of Nations in Geneva, the Paul VI Audience Hall in the Vatican (a concert for Pope Benedict XVI), at Warsaw’s Belvedere Palace for Polish President, numerous philharmonic halls as well as major festivals in Poland and abroad.
He has released two solo albums for Naxos, featuring compositions by Fryderyk Chopin, Ignacy Jan Paderewski, Karol Szymanowski and Józef Wieniawski. The recordings were critically acclaimed. One reviewer wrote: “this is heartfelt music-making of the type one associates with such luminaries as Uchida, Schiff and Brendel”.
PARTNER OF THE CONCERT:
"Polskie Radio Pomorza i Kujaw" SA
Concert is financed by:
The Ministry of Culture, National Heritage and Sport of Republic of Poland from the Fund of the Promotion of Culture as part of the “Music” program, implemented by the National Institute of Music and Dance.
City of Bydgoszcz
You can follow our concerts on:
The Paderewski Music Association
Skargi Street No. 7, 85-018 Bydgoszcz, Poland
+48 52 327 02 91