Dr. Mikolaj Warszynski (D.Mus) has enjoyed teaching piano in Quebec at the University of Montreal and at the Cegep de Drummondville, at the University of Daegu in South Korea and at the Brno conservatory in Seoul. Warszynski has performed in recitals across North America, Europe and Asia, and enjoys a versatile career as a pianist, lecturer, and pedagogue. A Canadian pianist of Polish origin, his performances of Chopin and Szymanowski in particular have garnered critical acclaim on the world stage. Invitations to many prominent music festivals and societies have led to recent performances in South Korea, China, France, Czech, Poland, and across Canada. As a soloist, Warszynski has performed with the Kielce Philharmonic Orchestra, the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra and the Red Deer Symphony Orchestra. Dr. Warszynski also has performed lecture recitals on the music of Karol Szymanowski in Univeristies across Canada, and in the United States for the College of Music Society. The artist gives summer masterclasses at the Flaine Opus74 Academy in the French Alps. Mikolaj also perfoms regularly as a piano duo with his wife, Zuzana Simudova, and is a founding member of the Warszynski Trio, dedicated to the promotion of contemporary Canadian composers. The artist’s latest record, Mikolaj Warszynski Piano Solo, was just released on the French label Anima Record, featuring works by Haydn, Liszt, Szymanowski, and Chopin.
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