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8th July, 12.00 PM, 3.00 PM Piotr Pawlak 8th July, 12.00 PM, 3.00 PM Piotr Pawlak

Piotr Pawlak

The pianist was born on 20th February 1998 in Gdansk. In 2016 he graduated with distinction from Feliks Nowowiejski Music School in Gdańsk in both piano class of Waldemar Wojtal and organ class of Hanna Dys. Now he is a student at Music Academy in Gdańsk. He is a laureate of a number of national and international piano competitions. He won first prizes on international Chopin's piano competition in Szafarnia (2009, 2010, 2012, 2014), Budapest (2010, 2014), Jelenia Góra (2011), Antonin (2015), and Grand Prix on Chopinowskie Interpretacje Młodych Festival in Konin (2013). In October 2015 Piotr was a participant of the XVII International Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw. He won also the second prize on I International Chopin Competition for Young Pianists in Pekin (2016). Piotr is also the laureate of first prizes in other International Piano Competition: J. S. Bach in Gorzów Wielkopolski (2011), International Piano Competition in Koszyce/Slovakia (2011), "Les Rencontres Internationales des Jeunes Pianistes" in Grez-Doiceau/Belgium (2012), L. Godowski in Warsaw (2013, 2017), M. Moszkowski "Per aspera ad astra" in Kielce (2013) and International Piano Festival in Głubczyce (2011). He has performed at numerous musical events in Poland, Spain, Germany, Lithuania, Hungary, Georgia, Denmark, Belgium and Austria. As a soloist, he has played with the Lower Silesia, Holy Cross and Baltic Philharmonic Orchestra. From 2009 to 2016 Piotr was scholarship recipient of the Polish Children's Fund. Piotr was also scholarship recipient of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage, Ministry of National Education, Prime Minister, Marshal of the Pomeranian District and Mayor of the City of Gdansk. In 2014 he was awarded of a scholarship funded by Kristian Zimerman.

 

Piano recital

Programme:

Fryderyk Chopin [1810-1849]

  • Preludes, Op. 28 No. 1-12
  • Andante spianato and Grande Polonaise brillante, Op. 22