Andrzej Pikul piano recital

Data wydarzenia: 

23/09/2018 -
17:00 do 18:15

Andrzej Pikul is one of the most eminent Polish pianists and pedagogues. He graduated from the piano class of Prof. Tadeusz Żmudziński (Kraków) and Prof. Paul Badura-Skoda (Vienna) and had participated in many masterclasses such as those led by A. Jenner, V. Perlemuter, G. Agosti, T. Vasary.
Andrzej Pikul has performed in prestigious concert-halls, solo 
as well as with orchestras (Musikverein in Vienna, Wigmore Hall 
in London, Norsk Opera in Oslo, Izumi Hall in Osaka, 
National Theater in Brasilia, Grande Theater in Ningbo). 
He played in most European countries, and in Japan, Brazil, China, Chile, Columbia and the USA. 
Andrzej Pikul has made numerous recordings, has led masterclasses in many countries and has sat on juries of international music competitions (Kraków, Andorra, Barcelona, Hongkong, Osaka, Hunan).
Andrzej was a visiting professor in Kobe College Japan and in Mainz and at home, in Poland, he is Professor and Head of the Piano Department at the Academy of Music in Kraków.

Programme Frederic Chopin (1810–1849)

Polonaise in B flat major (1817) NE 1
Polonaise in A flat major (1821) NE 3
Polonaise in B flat major (1828) NE 17
Polonaise in C sharp minor (1831-36) Op.26 No 
Polonaise in E flat minor (1831-36) OP.26 No 2
Polonaise in A major (1838) Op.40 No 1
Polonaise in C minor (1838-39) Op.40 No 2
Polonaise in A flat major (1842) Op.53

Nocturne C sharp minor Op.27 No 1
Nocturne D flat major Op. 27 nr 2
Grande Valse Brillante A flat major Op.34 No 1
Grande Valse Brillante A minor Op.34 No 2 
Grande Valse Brillante F major Op.34 No 3
Scherzo B flat minor Op.31

 

Andrzej Pikul gradutated from the piano class of Prof. Tadeusz Żmudziński at the Academy of Music in Kraków (1980). He continued his studies I the master class of Prof. Paul Badura-Skoda at the Hochschule für Musik in Vienna (1981–1983). He also participated in many other master courses taught by eminent pianists (including A. Jenner, V. Perlemuter, G. Agosti, T. Vasary).

He is a laureate of the Polish Piano Festival in Słupsk (1981), the International Competition Foundation Cziffrra in Senlis (1983), the European Broadcasting Competion in Bratislava (1985).

He began his international artistic career with a successful performance at the festival Szene der Jugend in Salzburg (1982). Since that time, he gave many performances in prestigious concert-halls ( such as the Brahms-Saal and the Beethoven-Saal in Vienna, the Wigmore Hall in London, the Norsk Opera in Oslo, the Izumi Hall in Osaka, the National Theater in Brasilia). He has already appeared in almost all European countries, Japan, Brazil, China, Chile, Columbia and the USA.

He has participated in numerous festivals, including the Polish Piano Festival, Vratislavia Cantans, Bydgoszcz Music Festival, Music in Old Kraków, International Days of Kraków Composers, Encuentro de Musica International de La Serena (Chile) Festival of Music in Bucamaranga (Columbia), Leipziger Chopin Tage, Kosicka Hudobna Jar ( Slovakia), Sofia Music Weeks (Bulgaria), Sollertinski Festival in Vitebsk (Belarus) and the International Music Festival in Kiev.

He has made numerous recordings for Polish Radio and Television, Osterreichische Rundfunk und Fernsehen, Radio Suisse Romande, and several CD albums (including Dux 0320: K. Szymanowski: Symphonie concertante op. 60, A. Tansman: suite for 2 pianos and orchestra and Dux 0552/3 A. Ginastera The complete music for piano, Dux 0929 F. Liszt Italy and Dux 0927/0928 F. Chopin Polonaises). He has also performed premieres of the 20th and 21th century pieces. He has been the dedicatee of music by many contemporary composers (including Krystyna Muszumańska-Nazar’s Apigram). He has taught master courses for pianists in Chile, Japan, Brazil, Germany, Portugal, and Spain, and sat on juries of Polish and international music competitions (among others in Andorra, Barcelona, Hongkong and Osaka).

He was a visiting professor in Kobe College Japan (2002/2003) and at Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz (2011/2012).

He is Professor of Piano and head of the Piano Department at the Academy of Music Kraków.

More details can be founded at his website: www.andrzejpikul.art.pl

Miejsce wydarzenia: 

2 Korora Rd, Oneroa, Auckland 1081

 
 
 
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