Krzysztof Czerwiński

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Krzysztof Czerwinski
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Czerwinski with singer Anita Rywalska-Sosnowska after Polish Baroque Orchestra concert in Gdańsk
Background information
Birth nameKrzysztof Jan Czerwiński
Born (1980-01-13) January 13, 1980 (age 40)
Origin Poznań, Poland
GenresClassical
Occupation(s)musician (conductor, organist)
InstrumentsOrgan
Associated acts Polish Baroque Orchestra,
Komorniki Festival of Organ and Chamber Music,
"Polish Baroque Orchestra" Society,
Poznań Cathedral Choir of Men and Boys
Website www.czerwinski.art.pl

Krzysztof Czerwinski (born January 13, 1980 [1] is a Polish conductor, organist and voice teacher.

Czerwinski studied at Wieniawski School of music (Poznań, Poland), Eastman School of Music (University of Rochester, New York, US) and Birmingham Conservatoire (University of Central England, Birmingham, UK).

He has won many national and international competitions, awards, scholarships and gives performances throughout Europe and the USA.

On the basis of his artistic attainment, he has received prizes from Minister of Culture and Arts, and Ministry of Culture and National Heritage in Poland.

Czerwinski is founder, Conductor and Artistic Director of the Polish Baroque Orchestra and Artistic Director of the Komorniki Festival of Organ and Chamber Music in Poland.

He has served as accompanist, Assistant Conductor/Artistic Director and voice teacher for the Poznań Cathedral Choir of Men and Boys (Poznań, Poland).

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