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Les Titans - Szalone dni Muzyki 29.09 - 02-10.2010

Jarosław Nadrzycki / violin

“Jarosław Nadrzycki (…) has confirmed (…) his masterful qualities by impressing listeners with flawless, unconstrained technique and a natural, profound musicality apparent, among others, in the quasi-fantasy approach to the problems of expression.” Stanisław Olędzki

Jaroslaw Nadrzycki was born in Zagan, Poland. When he was 12, he made his Moscow debut with The Moscow Conservatoire Orchestra in the Tchaikovsky Conservatory Great Hall. He graduated with honour from I. J. Paderewski Academy of Music in Poznan (class of Professor J. Kaliszewska) and the Royal Academy of Music under the direction of Professor Igor Petrushevski.
He won top prizes at the many prestigious, international violin competitions: A. Khachaturian International Violin Competition in Yerevan (Armenia) 2010; G. Enescu International Competition in Bucharest (2009); M. Rostal Competition, Berlin (2002); J. Heifetz International Violin Competition, Vilnius (2001); Valsesia Musica International Violin Competition, Varallo 2009 (Italy); Haverhill Sinfonia Soloist Competition (2008), UK.
In 2010 Jaroslaw made his debut with The Simon Bolivar Orchestra of Venezuela and Maestro Krzysztof Penderecki In Caracas. Jaroslaw has played to great acclaim concerts in Europe, USA, South America, South Korea, at such venues as Cadogan Hall, Wigmore Hall and St. John’s Smith Square in London. His concerts have been televised by television stations including Mezzo TV, Austrian National TV ORF, Montenegro National TV, TVP Kultura.
For many years he was covered by a program of assistance for exceptionally gifted youth run by the National Fund for Children. At 2011/12 season Jaroslaw will play the Khachaturian concerto with Valery Gergiev in St Petersburg’s Mariinsky Theatre and the concerto performance with Vladimir Jurovski and the LPO. In 2011 has recorded his CD with Enesu, Prokofiev, Tartini and Wieniawski music issued by DUX company.
Jarosław Nadrzycki is represented by Ludwig van Beethoven Association.