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Récital de violon – Wawrovski

Catégories : 1-Tous les événements, Concerts, Musique classique, New Classic Stage Saison 3,

Lieu : Grande Salle Rheinsheim




Récital violon solo virtuoso





Dimanche 10 février 2019 – 17h00






Janusz Wawrowski is an outstanding violinist who deserves a wonderful career on the concert stage.

Ida Haendel

Janusz Wawrowski proves that music perceived as difficult can be listened to with an authentic pleasure (…).„Aurora » is absolutely gripping and definitely worth recommending even to those who are not convinced to XXth century music.

Jacek Marczyński, Rzeczpospolita

Wawrowski has the true musician’s concern for the structural and dramatic truth behind Paganini’s torrents of notes (…) and plays with a bulletproof technique that yields countless insights and beauties.

The Strings Magazine





Janusz Wawrowski is Polish violin virtuoso with multi-album contract with Warner Music.

As result of this cooperation two solo albums has been released: Aurora (2014), nominated to the prestigious Polish Phonographic Academy Award Fryderyk, and Sequenza (2016), awarded Fryderyk 2017.

His new album recorded with Stuttgarter Philharmoniker under Daniel Raiskin has been released by Warner Classics in November 2017. It includes Wieniawski’s Violin Concerto No. 2 as well as Bruch’s Scottish Fantasy.

He graduated from the Chopin Univeristy of Music in Warsaw, where he studied under professor Mirosław Ławrynowicz. Later he mastered his skills under professor Yair Kless and Salvatore Accardo.

Wawrowski has performed at the Berliner Philharmoniker, Musikverein in Vienna, Piotr Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow, National Philharmonic in Warsaw, De Doelen in Rotterdam, Tel Aviv Music Center, Teatro Teresa Carreño in Caracas and many others.

He also participated in number of reputable festivals, such as Salzburger Festspiele, Festspiele Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Chopin and His Europe Festival or Transatlantyk Festival.


THIS IS THE LARGEST PRIVATE patronage in Contemporary Poland!


The first Stradivarius in post-war Poland has been loaned to Janusz Wawrowski.

The precious instrument will be stored in the treasury and displayed at the Royal Castle in Warsaw. The patron of the art who decided to buy the instrument is one from the richest Poles who wants to remain anonymous.

By purchasing and sharing these exceptional violin, he wants to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Poland’s regaining of Independence.


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Paganini, Ysaye, Penderecki, Bacewicz ….