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20th May Kacper Żaromski 20th May Kacper Żaromski

Kacper Żaromski

Born in 1999. He has been learning to play the piano since 2007 in the state music school in Krosno, the student of Dorota Skibicka. After finishing primary school he started education in Ignacy Jana Paderewski High Music School in Krosno, still the student of Dorota Skibicka. A prize winner of 35 Polish and international piano competitions – also a finalist of Auditions of Polish Music School Chamber Orchestras in Warsaw under the patronage of Artistic Education Centre and a prize winner of the II Prize (Prize I was not awarded) of VII International Chopin Piano Competition in Budapest, I Prize in International Competition in Moscow, I Prize in International Chopin Competitions in Antonin  and Rzeszów. The pianist took part in workshops in Gdańsk, Żywiec, Sanok, Cracow and in the XXXVIII International Piano Workshop in  Duszniki-Zdroj. He worked there under the following distinguished professors Eugena Indjica, Kevin Kenner, Orli McDonagh, Philippe Giusiano, Andrzej Tatarski, Grzegorza Kurzyński, Waldemar Andrzejewski, Aleksiej Orłowiecki, Andrzej Jasiński, Wiera Nosina, Mirosław Herbowski, Andrzej Pikul, Urszula Bortkiewicz, Bogumił Nowicki, Edward Wolanin, Mariusz Drzewicki, Cezary Sanecki, Karol Radziwonowicz. He gives regular concerts in Poland and abroad: Lvov, Budapest, Cracow, Duszniki-Zdroj, Warsaw, Gdansk, Krosno, Rymanow, and Sanok. Kacper received some special prizes: an invitation to give a recital In a School of Talents in Lvov, the participation in XIX International Competition-Festival in Moscow, as well as a special prize awarded by NIFC (Polish Chopin Institute) VII International Chopin Piano Competition in Budapest. In 2015 and  he received a scholarship of Polish Minister of Culture and National Heritage, as well as the Scholarship of Polish Prime Minister. In 2016 he received a scholarship of Polish Minister of Culture and National Heritage again.

 

Kacper Żaromski

Born in 1999. He has been learning to play the piano since 2007 in the state music school in Krosno, the student of Dorota Skibicka. After finishing primary school he started education in Ignacy Jana Paderewski High Music School in Krosno, still the student of Dorota Skibicka. A prize winner of 35 Polish and international piano competitions – also a finalist of Auditions of Polish Music School Chamber Orchestras in Warsaw under the patronage of Artistic Education Centre and a prize winner of the II Prize (Prize I was not awarded) of VII International Chopin Piano Competition in Budapest, I Prize in International Competition in Moscow, I Prize in International Chopin Competitions in Antonin  and Rzeszów. The pianist took part in workshops in Gdańsk, Żywiec, Sanok, Cracow and in the XXXVIII International Piano Workshop in  Duszniki-Zdroj. He worked there under the following distinguished professors Eugena Indjica, Kevin Kenner, Orli McDonagh, Philippe Giusiano, Andrzej Tatarski, Grzegorza Kurzyński, Waldemar Andrzejewski, Aleksiej Orłowiecki, Andrzej Jasiński, Wiera Nosina, Mirosław Herbowski, Andrzej Pikul, Urszula Bortkiewicz, Bogumił Nowicki, Edward Wolanin, Mariusz Drzewicki, Cezary Sanecki, Karol Radziwonowicz. He gives regular concerts in Poland and abroad: Lvov, Budapest, Cracow, Duszniki-Zdroj, Warsaw, Gdansk, Krosno, Rymanow, and Sanok. Kacper received some special prizes: an invitation to give a recital In a School of Talents in Lvov, the participation in XIX International Competition-Festival in Moscow, as well as a special prize awarded by NIFC (Polish Chopin Institute) VII International Chopin Piano Competition in Budapest. In 2015 and  he received a scholarship of Polish Minister of Culture and National Heritage, as well as the Scholarship of Polish Prime Minister. In 2016 he received a scholarship of Polish Minister of Culture and National Heritage again.

 

Piano recital

Programme:

Fryderyk Chopin [1810-1849]

  • Etude in B minor, Op. 25 No. 10
  • Mazurkas, Op. 30
    • No. 1 in C minor
    • No. 2 in B minor
    • No. 3 in D flat major
    • No. 4 in C sharp minor
  • Nocturne in B major, Op. 62 No. 1
  • Ballade in F minor, Op. 52