“Isolation in Hi-Fi”. Bartosz Kosiak and Radoslav Couric party at the Derby Car Center!
Next Thursday after another concert in the series “Quarantine in Hi-Fi” is scheduled for 6.00 pm in the broadcast studio of Radio dla Ciebie. On May 12, the performances took place: the eminent pianist Radosław Kurek and the outstanding cellist Bartosz Koziak. Broadcasting on rdc.pl, on the Radio dla Ciebie channel, YouTube, Facebook and the RDC mobile app.
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Since winning the Bridget Doolan Award for Best Performance of a Piece of Music by W.A. Mozart at the International Piano Competition in Dublin in 2012 and Brahms’ 15th victory at Austrian Pörtschach in 2008 (with cellist Georgi Lomakov), Radoslav Couric It works intensively to expand its repertoire. He constantly improves his highly skilled chamber music interpretation and shares his sensibilities by performing music from classical to contemporary in carefully choreographed solo concerts.
His strength as an artist lies in his extraordinary flexibility in collaborating with other musicians, which is why he is especially appreciated as a partner in chamber music. The result of several musical meetings of the pianist were recordings of record companies such as German classics GENUINE, Bayerischer Rundfunk, ANAGRAM, National Fryderyk Chopin Institute, Sarton, Dux, Soliton or BeArTon.
The artist participated in many prestigious musical events, performing as a soloist and chamber musician in Austria, Germany, France, Switzerland, Norway, Sweden, Belgium, Spain, Italy, Japan, Egypt, USA and many Polish cities. He has played, among others, at the Malmö Live Konsethus, the Gamle Logen Concert Hall in Oslo, the Auditorium Augustianum in the Vatican, the Festsaal in Vienna, the Auditorium al Duomo in Florence, as well as in the concert halls of the National, Gorzów, and the Koszalin, Pomeranian, Krakow, Bačka, Wroclaw and لودód Philharmonic Orchestra and the concert studio of Polish Radio. W. Lutosławski in Warsaw, headquarters of the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra in Katowice and the Grand Theatre – National Opera. As a soloist, he has performed, among others, with the Polish Philharmonic Baltic Orchestra, the Wroclaw Philharmonic, the Pomeranian Philharmonic, Gorzow Philharmonic, Kozalin Philharmonic and the Krakow Capital Orchestra “Sinfonietta Krakowia”gosteen ensembles under the direction of Pedeka Grande. Maria Jose Jacek Floreo, Michał Nesterowicz, Kai Bumann, and Jakub Chrenowicz. He has also been involved with notable artists such as Jadwiga Rappe, Konstanty Andrzej Kulka, Roman Jabłoński and Jadwiga Kotnowska; He has also collaborated with Robert Capara, Wislaw Quaine, Agata Zubel, Bartosz Koziak, Magdalena Bojanovic-Koziak, Marius Godlewski, Marcin Zdonek, Marius Patera and Quarter Lutoslavsky. He has been invited several times to festivals, including: Chopin and His Europe, Witold Lutosławski’s Chain Festival, Three-Four-Ry Festival, Chopin in Autumn of Autumn, Music in the Peaks, Karol Szymanowski Music Days, Gdańsk Piano Autumn, Gdańsk Piano Autumn Festival .
Radosław Kurek was the official pianist for the International Cello Competition. W. Lutosławski in Warsaw (2018), where he was awarded the best pianist, as well as the international competition K. Szymanowski in Katowice (2018) – there he also won the award for best pianist – chamber musician. In addition, as a soloist or pianist, he participated and won prizes and prizes in competitions in Indianapolis, Geneva, Munich, Terni, Schumen, Narva, Florence, Warsaw, لودód, Wroclaw and Katowice.
Radosław Kurek graduated with honors from the Academy of Music. Stanisław Moniuszko in Gdansk, in the professor’s piano class. Katarzina Popova-Zedru, her assistant remained in 2008-2009. He has perfected his art under the direction of many widely respected artists such as Pavel Vernikov, Niklas Schmidt, Sebastian Hamann, Vieira Nosina, John O’Connor, Ewa Popchuka, Maja Nosowska and Zapolx Izteni.
Since the fall of 2009, he has been a lecturer at the Academy of Music. Nowowiejski in Bydgoszcz, where he is a university professor. There he received a doctorate in Musical Arts in 2014, and a post-doctoral degree in 2019.
Bartosz Kosiak He is the winner of the 3rd International Cello Competition Witold Lutosławski in 2001 in Warsaw, 2nd prize winner of the Isang Yun competitions in Tongyeong (Korea) and Kiev. Mykola Lysenka, Special Prize Laureate in the “Prague Spring” competition, first prize winner at the 11th International Chamber Music Competition in Krakow. He also received awards at P. Tchaikovsky in Moscow and ARD in Munich. In 2003, he received a special award from the Polish Culture Foundation of Ewa Podleś. He performed, inter alia, at Konzerthaus in Berlin, Rudolfinum in Prague, Cité de la Musique in Paris, Teatro Politeama in Palermo, Studio im. Witold Lutosławski and the National Orchestra of Warsaw. As a soloist, he has collaborated with orchestras such as: National Philharmonic, NOSPR, Sinfonia Varsovia, Sinfonietta Cracovia, Orchester Philharmonique de Monte Carlo, Münchener Kammerorchester, Prague Philharmonic, Radio Orchestras in Warsaw and Budapest, Krzysztof Youth Orchestra of Ukraine, National Philharmonic Orchestra of Ukraine and Witt, Gabriel Schmora, Jacek Kaspiec, Massimiliano Caldi, Volodymyr Sirinka, Ole Rudner.
As a chamber musician, he collaborates with Kaja Danczowska, Elżbieta Stefańska and Anna Maria Staśkiewicz, performs with pianists Justyna Danczowska, Marcin Koziak, Radosław Sobczak and Agnieszka Kozło. He is one of the founders of the Warsaw Cello Group “Selonite”. He is invited to famous festivals including Warsaw Autumn, Young Euro Classic in Berlin, Van Beethoven Easter Festival, Mecklemburg-Vorpommern, Musica Polonica Nova, Music Festival in Łańcut, Chopin and Europe in Warsaw, Yerevan Music Perspecitves, East meets West in Korea.
He is regularly invited to participate in concert projects of Krzysztof Penderecki. Participated in the composer’s first “Concerto grosso” disc recording. In addition, Bartosz Kosiak’s discs include recordings of Gracina Pasiewitz’s second cello concerto, featured in Luxembourg’s “Pizzicato” magazine, as well as cello and piano works with Justina Dankzowska, including the sonata “Arpeggione” by F. Schubert and “Märchenbilder. Robert” Along with Anna Maria Stakiewicz, he also recorded an album with works by Bohuslav Martini, Zoltan Kodali and Maurice Ravel.
Bartosz Koziak graduated magna cum laude from the Friedrich Chopin University of Music in Warsaw in the class of Professor Kazimierz Michalek and Andrei Bauer, and from the Conservatory of Excellence in Paris in the class of Philippe Muller. Courtesy of Kaja Danczowska, playing a 19th century version of J. Guadagnini’s instrument, prominent Polish cellist Dezyderiusz Danczowski gave concerts.
The implementation of the “Quarantine in Hi-Fi” project was made possible thanks to Mr. Marek Lammert, who in June 2020 made available to the radio for you a professional musical instrument – the Yamaha CF6 piano. Currently, he has provided the radio for you with a grand piano for the SHIGERU KAWAI concert at the disposal of pianists. The concerts are organized by the head of the RDC – Tadeusz Deszkiewicz.
All concerts are broadcast as part of the “Quarantine in Hi-Fi” series on Radio dla Ciebie, as well as on our website rdc.pl and the RDC YouTube channel.
You can listen to radio in Warsaw on 101 FM, on local bands or online at www.rdc.pl/rdcplayer.
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