Woytek Mrozek - Clarinetist, Conductor and Composer

Education

Warsaw Music Academy of
Frederic Chopin - w
graduate with Distinction
Munich Hochschule for Music
Postgraduate Diploma with Distinction

Main teachers

Professor Ludwig Kurkiewicz, Professor Gerd Starke, Professor Eduard Brunner

Awards and Scholarships:

DAAD - German Federal Scholarship for Music - twice / YAMAHA Music Foundation of Europe
First place International / Clarinet Competition in Wloszakowice / Special Award from the Association of Music Journalists and Critics of Pomerania "Golden Trumpets Eustachiusz"

Premiers

Witold Rudziƒski Sontat Pleyade (1993)
recorded for Bayerische Rundfunk, Munich
Harald Heilman Clarinet Quintet (1998)
Krzesimir D´bski Clarinet Concerto (2000),
Landscape for Clarinet and Orchestra (2001)
Current Compositions in Preparation by: Wojciech Kilar, Krzysztof Herdzin

Collaborations

Every Philharnonic Orchestra in Poland, most of the Chamber Orchestras in Poland, Sinfonia Varsovia, Amadeus Chamber Orchestra (with Agnieszka Duczmal), Radio Symphony Orchestra of Warsaw, International Orchestra Of European Union

Quartettes: Henschel, Rodin, Camerata

Artists: Krzesimir D´bski, Nigel Kennedy, Wolfgang Meyer, Andrzej Ratusiƒski, Zbigniew Namys∏owski, Micha∏ Nesterowicz, Ingolf Turban, Andrzej Jagodziƒski, Ewa Bem, Konstanty Vilensky.

Permanent residency with Leopolis Chamber Orchestra of Lviv as soloist and as conductor.
Conducting: From the year of 2002 holding position of General Conductor of Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra of Lviv performing a selection of the majority of the usual symphonic and chamber repertoire. In March 2002 enjoyed major success as a conductor with debut recording on the EROL label performing Dvorak & Tschaikovsky Serenade for String Orchestra.

Previous tours

Austria, Germany, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, USA, Chile.

Venues

Venues include numerous festivals, TV and Radio broadcasts and also the most prestigious concert halls including Prinzregenttheater, Max Josef Saal, and Great Hall of The University of Munich and Basel Casino and Schleissheim and Ludwigsburg Castles.

PROGRAMS with Wojciech Mrozek (Chamber music ensembles) > HERE