Mateusz Borowiak
Great Britain, Poland, °1988
British-Polish pianist Mateusz Borowiak is a graduate of Cambridge University and the Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice, where he studied with Andrzej Jasinìski. In 2010 he won the Rina Sala Gallo Piano Competition and in 2011 both the Maria Canals Competition and the Yamaha Foundation’s European Competition. He has been awarded the Harriet Cohen Memorial Award (2010) and the Gawon International Music Society Award in Seoul (2014). Mateusz Borowiak has performed in prestigious concert venues in Europe, including the Salle Cortot in Paris, the Wiener Saal Mozarteum, the Barbican Hall and the Wigmore Hall in London, the Auditorio Nacional de Música in Madrid, L’Auditori Barcelona, and outside of Europe at the Sejong Arts Center (Seoul), the Beijing National Centre for Performing Arts, the Shanghai Symphony Hall and the Great Shostakovich Hall in St. Petersburg. The orchestras he has played with include the Royal Philharmonic, the London Mozart Players, the St. Petersburg Philharmonic, the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Sinfonietta Cracovia and the Bilbao Orkestra Sinfonikoa, directed by conductors such as Eivind Aadland, Martin André, Andrey Boreyko and Edo de Waart. His first CD, of Louis Pelosi’s Thirteen Preludes and Fugues, came out in 2012 on KASP Records. In 2014 he released Mateusz Borowiak Live at the Queen Elisabeth Competition 2013 and 15 Keyboard Sonatas by Antonio Soler, by Naxos Records.


Professor Andrzej Jasinski


AGSMD(P) High Hons. (2005)
BA Hons. (Cantab.) (2009)
MA, Diploma (P) High Hons. Katowice Academy of Music (2011)
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