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We recommend our CD:
„SZAŁOWSKI, SPISAK, PALESTER, LUTOSŁAWSKI, TANSMAN, KRAUZE - Krakowskie Trio Stroikowe”; wyd. DUX, 2005
MAREK MLECZKO PDF Print E-mail
Oboist, graduated from the Academy of Music in Cracow (with prof.J.Kotyczka) and the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik in Freiburg (with prof.H.Holliger). He received numerous awards and honors in music competitions including:
1st prize in the International Competition "The Skene Award" in Aberdeen (1985),
1 prize in the K.Kurpiński National Oboe Competition in Włoszakowice (1986).
He is a finalist of the International Chamber Music Competition "Nicanor Zabaleta" San Sebastian (1987) and U.F.A.M. in Paris (1994). For his musical achievements he received scholarships: Rosenberg - Stiftung, Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst and scholarship of the President of the City of Cracow.
He has premiered numerous works by contemporary composers (among others the Polish premiere of L.Berio Chemin IV). He is currently Professor at the Cracow Academy of Music.
 
ROMAN WIDASZEK PDF Print E-mail
Clarinetist, graduated with honors from the Academy of Music in Katowice (with prof. H. Kierski). He improved his skills in many master classes led by prof. Guy Deplus and prof. Michael Arrignon. He won the second prize at the National Clarinet Festival in Piotrkow (1995) and the third prize at the National Composition Competition in Bielsko-Biala (1990r.). He obtained the scholarship of the Polish Ministry of Culture and the Arts. He was awarded the distinction Cross for Merit (Bronze) for his contribution in promoting musical culture.
He has permanently performed many solo and chamber music concerts, including appearance with such artists and ensembles like Sharon Kam, Dimitri Ashkenazy, Silesian Quartet, Hilliard Ensemble. He has performed as a soloist with the National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra in Katowice, Silesian Philharmonic Orchestra, Silesian Chamber Orchestra, Capella Cracoviensis and philharmonic orchestras in Cracow, Wroclaw, Poznan, Szczecin, Czestochowa, Kielce, Lublin.
He played concerts in the Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Finland, South Korea., Japan, China. He has made many CD recordings (mostly with chamber music).
As one of the very few clarinetists he plays also a rare instrument - bassethorn (alto clarinet). He has played it e.g. with Sharon Kam at the International Festival "Music in Old Cracow" in 2004 (Konzertstück for clarinet, bassethorn and orchestra by Mendelssohn).
In 2009 he was invited as a soloist to participate in the World Congress of Clarinet - Clarinet Fest in Porto. During this Congress he led a masterclass at the Conservatory of Music in Porto.
He is a member of the Cracow Double Reed Trio and a teacher in the Academy of Music in Katowice.
 
PAWEŁ SOLECKI PDF Print E-mail
Bassoonist, graduated with distinction from the Academy of Music in Cracow in 1998 (with prof. K.Siudmak). He won many national music competitions and obtained scholarships from several foundations including: International Music Camp in 1989, the European Mozart Foundation in 1994-95, the Foundation for Young Art 1989-91.He is a finalist of the A.Tansman International Competition of Musical Personalities in Lodz (1998) and the International Music Competition "Prague Spring" (2002). In 1996 he performed at the prestigious Schwetzinger Festspiele in Schwetzingen. In 1996-2011 he was the first bassoonist in the Capella Cracoviensis chamber orchestra and in 2004/05 season he was the first bassoonist in Lebanese National Symphony Orchestra in Beirut. As a member of the Cracow Double Reed Trio he recorded a CD with music by Polish composers of the XXth century.
Since 2006 he performs recitals of chansons with a Cracow poet and singer Basia Stepniak-Wilk.
He is a teacher in the Academy of Music in Cracow.