Pawel Miroslaw Wojciechowski

All prize winners
EMCY Prize
Date of birth 2002/12/06
Promoted by EMCY - Eindhoven Lunchtime Recital

Pawel Miroslaw Wojciechowski was born in 2002 in Olsztyn and began studying music at the age of seven. In 2015 he entered the Zenon Brzewski Special Secondary Music School in Warsaw where he is still studying with professor Joanna Lawrynowicz-Just.

Pawel is a laureate of many national and international piano competitions. Among them are: the Fryderyk Chopin International Competition in Jelenia Gora (2nd place and three special prizes, 2014), the Warsaw Piano Competition (prize for greatest personality, 2014), International Moszkowski Competition (2 place, 2017), International Leopold Godowski Competition (2 place,Warsaw, 2017), International Competition “Peace and Music” (1 place and special prize, Pietrozawodsk, Russia 2016), prestige Poland Music Competition Artistic Education Center under 19 years (2 place,as youngest participant, 2017), Fryderyk Chopin Competition for Young in Konin (1 place, 2017), the International Competition of Young Pianist dedicated to the Work of ‘Fryderyk Chopin’ in Narva (1st prize, EMCY prize and the best performer of J. S. Bach’s work 2018).

Paweł Wojciechowski has performed at Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, among other venues, with the Lower Silesian Philharmonic Orchestra, the Symphony Orchestra of the Holy Cross Philharmonic and Olsztyn Philharmonic Orchestra. In 2015, on the professor’s Vladimir Slobodyan special invitation , he performed in Kaliningrad with the Kaliningrad Philharmonic Orchestra. He has performed on the Fryderyk Chopin Birthday Concert series. He is a two – time recipient of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage and scholarship programme “Young Poland”. He is under the care of the Polish Children’s Fund.

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J. S. Bach – Fugue in a minor BWV 958
J. S. Bach – Toccata in e-minor BWV 914
J. S. Bach – Prelude and Fugue in A flat major BWV 862
J. S. Bach – Prelude and Fugue in g sharp minor BWV 863
J. S. Bach – Prelude from Suit in f minor BWV 823
L. v. Beethoven – Sonata no.2 in A-major op.2 no.2
L. v. Beethoven – Sonata no.14 in C-sharp minor op.27 no.2
L. v. Beethoven – Sonata no.16in G-major op.31 no.1
L. v. Beethoven – Rondo a cappricio op.129
M. Clementi – Sonata in g minor op.7 no.3
F. Chopin – Ballade no.2 in F-major op.38
F. Chopin – Etudes in C-major op.10 no.1,in E-major op.10 no.3,in c-minor op.10 no.12,in f minor op.25 no.2
F. Chopin – Mazurkas:in B –major op.7 no.1.in g minor op.67 no.2,in e minor op.17 no.2,in a minor op.17 no .4
F. Chopin – Nocturnes in c-sharp minor op.posth, in B major op.32 no.1,in E major op.62 no.2
F. Chopin – Polonaise in b flat minor op.posth.
F. Chopin – Polonaise-Fantaisie in A flat major op.61
F. Chopin – Preludes op.28:no.4(in e minor ),no.6(in b minor),no.7(in A major)
F. Chopin – Scherzo in B minor op.20 F.Chopin, Sonata in B-flat minor op.35
F. Chopin – 3 Ecossaises op.72 F.Chopin, Variations Brillantes in B-flat major op.12
F. Chopin – Grande Valse Brillante in E-flat major op.18
F. Chopin – Valses : in A flat major (op.69 no.1),in b minor (op.69 no.2)
C. Debussy – Prelude”Danseuses de Delphes”
F. Liszt – Transcendental Etudes: no.7 “Eroica”in E-flat major
W. Lutoslawski – Bukolics
F. Mendelsson and Bartholdy – Songs without words op.36 no.6 “Duetto”in A flat major
W. A. Mozart – Rondo in D major KV.485
W. A. Mozart – Sonata in A major KV.331
W. A. Mozart – Variations”Ah vous dirai-je Maman”KV 265/300e
M. Moszkowski – Etude in F major op.72 no.6
M. Moszkowski – Etincelles op.36 no.6
S. Rachmaninow – Etude-Tableaux in f minor op.33 no.1,in g minor op.33 no.8,in D-major op.39 no.9
M. Ravel – Mirors no.3 “Une Barque sur l’Ocean” D.Scarlatti, Sonata in G major K.260
A. Szeluto – Poeme K.Szymanowski, Etudes op.33-no.5 Andante espressivo
J. Zarebski – Valsein A major op.27 no.6

Chamber music

L. v. Beethoven – Trio in c minor op.1 no.3
G. Donizetti – Sonata in F major for Piano and Oboe
J. Haydn – Menuet in G major from “Military Symphony” for viola, violin and piano
R. Schumann – Three Romances for oboe and piano op.94

With orchestra

L. v. Beethoven – Piano Concerto no.3 in c minor op.37 (I part)
P. Tchaykowsky – Piano Concerto no.1 in b-flat minor op.23 (I part)
F. Chopin – Rondo à la Krakowiak in F major op.14
J. Haydn – Piano Concerto no.11 in D major Hob.XVIII/11