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|Paweł Wojtowicz |
Paweł Wojtowicz is a truly remarkable violinist based in Krakow, Poland.
Orchestra Ballet Classique de Paris (1998), Forum SINFONIA, Krakowska Opera Kameralna (2004), Wild Wood Festival Orchestra - USA (2003, 2005), Orkiestra Symfoniczna Akademii Muzycznej w Krakowie
and collaborated with Sinfonietta Cracovia, Orchestra of the Bach Academy, Cracow Philharmonic, Płock Symphony,, OSPR w Krakowie, ROS in Cracow, Radom Chamber Orchestra, Częstochowa Philharmonic, Opera na Zamku in Szczecin, Krakowski Zespoł Kameralny and the Ensemble Brillante Orchestra.
He has collaborated with many of today's leading conductors.
As a soloist Pawel has taken the stage with such distinguished groups as the Polish National Orchestra during Warsaw Autumn, and many other highly significant occasions, both in Poland and abroad, including giving the world premier of Schaeffer's Fragment II to great acclaim.
In 1999 he founded the chamber ensemble Cracovie Ensemble and is their artistic director. The group was the first to record music of the Mexican Baroque in Central Europe and is a highly renowned ensemble.
His television and Radio recordings include both Poland and USA.
Paweł is also a very active and succesful teacher and is the brains and main organiser of the educational course Wiosna Młodych Kameralistów in Cracow in addition to publishing articles on music education.
As a composer his most popular successes are incidental music to the theatre piece by Slowacki Anhela and his "Magical Tree for three violions' - an educational collection of enjoyable (both to listen to and play) pieces for young violinists, published Autumn 2005 by PWM.
Pawel's own website is here.
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