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Masterclass violonchelo - Tomasz Lisiecki
Del 27 al 30 de abril el chelista Tomasz Lisiecki impartirá unas masterclases en la sede del Centro Superior KATARINAGURSKA, en la calle Santa Engracia, 181.
- Alumnos activos:
- 50€/hora para alumnos del CSKG
- 80€/hora para alumnos externos
Pianista repertorista: 50€/h
- Alumnos oyentes:
- Gratuito para alumnos del CSKG
- 20€/hora para alumnos externos
Born in Bydgoszcz, he started playing the cello at the age of 7. He graduated cum laude from A. Rubinstein State Music High School in Bydgoszcz in Prof. Agata Jarecka’s class. In 1999, he graduated cum laude from the I. J. Paderewski Academy of Music in Poznan in Prof. Stanislaw Pokorski’s class. Upon graduation, he continued studies under Prof. Kazimierz Michalik in Warsaw. He moreover honed his skills during courses led by Roman Jablonski, Zara Nelsova, and Viktoria Yagling. Between 2003 and 2005, he studied at Universität der Künste in Berlin in the baroque cello class of Markus Möllenbeck and Phoebe Carrai. Excellence in performing old music was enhanced through the artist’s participation in master classes at Bach-Händel Akademie in Karlsruhe led by Phoebe Carrai and those led by Jaap Ter Linden. In 2012, he earned his Ph.D. in the Arts on the basis of a thesis dedicated to the chamber compositions of F. Chopin and X. Scharwenka. Since 1999, he has been leading a cello class at the Academy of Music in Poznan.
Tomasz Lisiecki belongs to the group of cellists who perform romantic, contemporary, and old music. He gives concerts with numerous ensembles and orchestras in Poland and abroad (Germany, France, Spain, Japan, China, Indonesia). As a soloist and chamber musician he played e.g. with the following orchestras: Poznan Philharmonic Hall, Poznan Opera, Zielona Gora Philharmonic Hall, Poznan Music Academy, Arte dei Suonatori, Capella Cracoviensis, Warsaw Chamber Opera, and Capella Viridimontana.
Parallel to his artistic projects and concerts, Tomasz Lisiecki carries out a wide range of pedagogical acivities. His pupils and students have won numerous international and national cello competitions. He is invited to participate in jury panels of nationals and internationals cello and chamber music competitions, including the Wilkomirski International Cello Competition, the International Cello Competition of the Pro Cello Foundation, the Forum of Young Cellists in Gdansk, the National Cello Competition in Krakow. Supra-regional CEA Auditions. Since 2014, he has been a consultant and and expert of the of the National Children’s Found. He taught master class at the Krzysztof Penderecki European Center in Luslawice, the Summer Academy of Music in Zagan, Master Cello Courses in Szamotuly, W. Friemann International Music Course in Konin, and the Master Cello course in Madrid. Every year he is invited to conduct master classes in several music schools all over Poland. In 2006 and 2010, he was awarded the Prize of the Mayor of Poznan for teaching excellence, and in 2018, he was awarded the Medal of the Commission of National Education for his special contribution to education and upbringing. For fifteen years now, together with pianist Pawel Mazur, he has been organizing Cello Master Courses and Philipp and Xaver Scharwenka International Chamber Music Festival in Szamotuly. Tomasz Lisiecki is the President of the Pro Cello Foundation, established in 2007 to support young Polish cellists.