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Profesors from previous edition

Profesors 2013

 Grzegorz Berniak 

      Born in 1976 in Krakow. He graduated from the Fryderyk Chopin Music Academy in Warssaw in the symphony-opera conducting class directed by prof. Ryszard Dudek. In 1999 he took part in lessons in the Nikolaj Rymski-Korsakov Music Conservatoire in St.Petersburg, Prof. Ilii Musin’s class. His work with the Great Theatre-National Opera started in 2004 with the preparation of Richard Strauss SALOME. From 2004 to 2006 he worked with Jack Kasprzyk as his assistant preparing operas: Puccini`s Tosca, Verdi`s Aida, Giordano`s Chenier, Penderecki`s Ubu Rex and Berg`s Wozzeck. With the Great Theatre and Jack Kasprzyk he toured Japan, Spain and Norway (as an assistant conductor). He was commissioned by Bergen Opera Vest to prepare the premiere of the opera ‘Salome’, cooperating with the Bergen Symphony Orchestra. In the National Opera he directed performances: Via Sancta (2007), Pan Twardowski(2008) and Swan Lake (2009).

 
Gustaw Ciężarek 

      Was born in Poland. Graduated from the State Music School in Szczecin where he studied with Prof. Roman Wolf, and the Feliks Nowowiejski Secondary Music School  where he studied with Prof.  Michał  Cebrij.  Continued  his  studies  at  the  Frederic Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw with Prof. Mirosław Ławrynowicz, Prof. Konstanty Andrzej Kulka, Prof. Roman Lasocki and Dr. Andrzej Gębski. For many years participated in Master Classes of String Instruments in Łańcut, Zakopane and Frombork, mastering his skills with Marina Yashvili, Wolfgang Marschner, Roland Baldini, Robert Szreder, Helen Brunner. Awared a scholarship for Masterclasses in Goch in Germany (twice). A prizewinner of violin competitions in Poznań and Elbląg (Poland). In 2009 has been laureate of Grand Prix in 6th International “Forgotten Polish Music” Competition organized by Acte Prealable label. In 2008 has been laureate of 2nd prize and special prize for best performing netherland composer's work in "12th International Contemporary Chamber Music Competition". Performed Tchaikovsky, Wieniawski and Mendelsohn’s violin concertos as a soloist with the Szczecin Philharmonic Orchestra, Szczecin Opera House Orchestra and International Youth Orchestra Pomerania. Awarded scholarships by the Major of Szczecin and “TPS - Friends of Szczecin Society”. From 2008 is Concertmaster of Lomza Philharmonic.

 

Łukasz Nazarczuk 

     Born in 1982 in Szczecin where he finished his education in the music secondary school in Prof. Wladimir Ivaniciw’ s class. Since 1999 he has taken part in master music course, for example with Vadim Brocki, Martina Jaszfila, Krzysztof Jakowicz, Batosz Bryla and Robert Szreder. He performed as a soloist with a Polish – German orchestra ‘Pomerania’ conducted by Wolfgang Shpitz. Three times he was the winner of the first prize of the Szczecin composer competition. In 2008 he graduated from EJ Paderewski Music Academy in Poznan in Prof. Michal Grabarczyk’s class. He was a member of many chamber music ensembles performing in Poland and abroad. Co-author of many chamber music recordings. In 2009 he completed his post-graduate studies, with a specialization in Baroque violin studies, at the Posnan Music Academy in Mikolaj Zgolka’s class. He gives concerts and teaches at a music school.

 

Anna Barańska

     A viola-player, born on 28th April 1986 in Lodz. She was granted The Scholarship of the Prime Minister of Poland. She is a graduate of 1st and 2nd degree of the Henryk Wieniawski Music High School in Lodz. In 2010 she graduated from the Grażyna and Kiejstut Bacewicz Academy of Music in Lodz, in the class of dr hab. (senior doctor lecturer) Róża Wilczak-Płaziuk and in the same year she started doctoral studies at the academy. She perfected her skills at International Music Courses in Łańcut in the class of Prof. Irena Albrecht and in Weimer and Lodz under the supervision of such teachers as Prof. Zbigniew Frieman, Prof. Dariusz Korcz amd Hans Rottman. As a soloist and chamber musician she also took part in numerous competitions at home and abroad (Warsaw, Lodz, Pörtschach). Since 2009 she has cooperated on a regular basis with the Witold Lutoslawski Chamber Philharmonic in Łomża. She also cooperates with the Polish Camerata chamber orchestra. Apart from her concert activities as a soloist, chamber and orchestral musician she also takes part in music and television recordings.

 


Wojciech Sławiński 

    In 2004 he graduated with distinction from F. Chopin Music Academy in the class of K. Michalik. At present he is a ‘cellist at the Theatre of Grand Opera and the leader of the ‘Synaxis’ group. From 2003 to 2006 he worked and performed with the UBS Verbier Festival Orchestra under the direction of James Levine, Neeme Järvi, Valery Gergiev, Yurij Temirkanov, Nico Frank, Christoph von Dohnany, Charles Dutoit and great soloists such as Martha Argerich, Sarah Chang, Anna Silja, Leif Ove Andsnes, Lang Lang, Mischa Maisky, Yuri Bashmet, Vadim Repin, Maxim Vengerov, Joshua Bell, Thomas Quasthoff. Winner of distinctions at the Chamber Music Competition in Łódź (1996), Kazimierz Wiłkomirski Competition in Poznań (1997), Bach Competition in Zielona Góra (1998), 2nd prize in the ‘cello competition in Elbląg (1998), Kiejstut Bacewicza International Chamber Music Competition in Lodz and semi-finalist in the 1982 International ‘cello competition in Viña del Mar in Chile (2001). As a participant in the master courses in ‘cello playing, chamber music and composing he worked under the direction of Stanisław Firlej, Andrzej Orkisz, Victoria Yagling, Claus Reichardt, Kurt Levin, Mirosław Ławrynowicz, Wolfgang Marschner, Michal Trojanowski, Andrew Tlom, Young-Chang Cho and Pavel Głąbik.


Soyeon Lim

      She completed Gimcheon High School of Arts in the class of Prof. Myeong-Hee Lee. She graduated from Keimyung University of Music in Korea in the class of Prof. Jung Yeon Kim and Prof. Andrzej Dutkiewicz and also from the F. Chopin Music Academy in Warsaw in the class of Prof. G. Sterczyński. She also completed post graduate studies in chamber music in Prof. K. Makowska – Lawrynowicz’s class. Participated in master music courses in Zamość in the class of Prof. E. Wolanin. In 2009 she won the Grand Prix prize in the 6th Edition "Polish Forgotten Music" organized by the producers Acte Prelable. Winner of 2nd prize and special award for the best performance at ‘XII International Competition of Contemporary Music’ in Kraków (2008). Winner of 2nd prize in a Korean piano competition in Daeg (South Korea). At the age of 16 years she performed as a soloist the 5th piano concerto by Beethoven with the Gimcheon High School of Arts orchestra. In 2006 she worked as a pianist and accompanist with ‘Opera na Zamku’ in Szczecin preparing for the musical ‘My Fair Lady’ in Schwedt (Germany). Since 2007 she has worked as a pianist, chamber musician and accompanist with the national philharmonic, giving a series of concerts for young people throughout Poland. In 2006 she recorded the music for the new theatre play ‘Romans z Czechowem’ in Łódź. She played music for the international theatre – musical performances of ‘Łasztownia-Lastadie’ (2006) and ‘Recycling’ (2009) created by Kana Theatre in Szczecin. As a soloist and a chamber musician she participated in many festivals, for example. International Festival for Contemporary Music in Daeg (2005), 10th International W. Lutosławski Festival of Contemporary Music in Szczecin (2007), 4th and 5th International Chamber Music Festivals in Wałbrzych (2007, 2008), 4th Summer Festival ‘W Krainie Chopina’ in Warsaw (2008), 4th Autumn Festival ‘Sacrum et Musica’ in Łomża (2008), Polish Music Festival ‘Swego nie Znacie’ in Koszalin (2009). Since 2009 she has worked as a pianist at the international Music Courses in Łańcut in the classes of Prof Helen Brunner and Prof. Dariusz Smolarski.

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