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prof. Marcin Baranowski

A violinist, performing both solo and in chamber ensembles, and a teacher of violin. A laureate of music competitions, recognised as one of the most prominent Polish professors of music. He remains attached to the city of Poznan, where he was born and studied violin with Prof. Jadwiga Kaliszewska at the I.J. Paderewski Academy of Music, graduating with honours in 1985. He perfected his violin skills with Andre Gertler.

A recognised chamber musician – member of the Collegium Musicorum Posnaniensium Early Music Ensemble for ten years. For 24 years he performed with one of the best orchestras in Europe, the Chamber Orchestra of the Polish Radio “Amadeus”, conducted by Agnieszka Duczmal. Prof. Marcin Baranowski participated in a large number of recording projects and toured nearly the whole world giving concerts in the majority of European countries and in the USA, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Japan, Kuwait and Taiwan. Marcin Baranowski is a professor at schools of music in Poznan and Bydgoszcz. In 1992 he started teaching at the elite Music School in Poznan, the so called “Talents’ School”, contributing to the success of the Polish school of violin by working with the most promising youth. Prof. Marcin Baranowski leads a number of master classes in Poland and abroad (Lancut, Busko-Zdroj, Zagan, Przemysl, Zakopane Art Academy, Pulawy, Zychlin, Kozlowka, Lublin, Bern, Hannover, Graz, Rostock, Spring Time Malkocin, Fuzhow -China, Bayerische Musikakademie Hammelburg – Germany, The European Krzysztof Penderecki Center for Music in Luslawice). He regularly receives invitations to be a jury member at competitions for violinists and violinmakers at home and around the world.

His students perform in renowned radio studios and concert halls. Some of them have become concertmasters of the most famous orchestras in Poland and other countries. Many (Anna Maria Staskiewicz, Dominika Falger, Anna Reszniak, Bartosz Woroch, Joanna Kreft, Maxima Sitarz, Aleksandra Januszajtis, Aleksandra Bryla, Lena Zeliszewska, Linda Jankowska, Adam Siebers, Stanislaw Podemski, Anna Malesza, Marta Grygier, Agata Doszczak) have won prizes at prestigious violin competitions in Poland and abroad: the Henryk Wieniawski Competition in Poznan and Lublin, the Karol Szymanowski Competition in Lodz, the Z. Jahnke Competition in Poznan, the St. Serwaczynski Competition in Lublin, The International Competition in Torun, the Tibor Varga Competition in Sion, the Competition in Kloster Schontal, the L. Spohr Competition in Weimar, Rahn Musikpreis in Zurich, the Pablo Sarasate Competition in Pamplona, the J. Joachim Competition in Hannover, the Michael Hill Competition in Auckland, Young Concert Artist Trust in London, Andrea Postacchini International Violin Competition in Fermo, Aram Khachaturian International Competition in Yerevan and Zielona Gora Violin Competition.

For his outstanding achievement he received the Prize of the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage twice, the Cross of Merit, the Medal of the National Education Committee, and the Gloria Artis Medal.


Piotr Tarcholik

  • Piotr Tarcholik

PIOTR TARCHOLIK - born in 1972, studied in Cracow with prof. E. Jargon and W. Kwasny.
Continued his studies with prof. Grigori Zhislin. In 1993 he won the Jeunesse Musicales
competition in Weikersheim and the Mozart Competition in Cracow. Piotr Tarcholik cofounded and led the Sinfonietta Cracovia and was also a guest concertmaster of Radio Symphony Orchestra in Cracow. As a solist, he has performed solo concerts with such great orchestras as Sinfonia Varsovia, Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra Katowice, Polish Chamber Orchestra, Capella Cracoviensis, Sinfonietta Cracovia.
During his career, Piotr Tarcholik has recorded for Naxos, Dux, CD Accord, Chandos Records and Virgin Classics. From 1998 to 2004 he was the concertmaster of Sinfonia Varsovia, where he got the unique experience of cooperating with such eminent musicians as Lord Yehudi Menuhin, K. Penderecki, S.Mintz, E. Krivin and J. Semkow. With the same orchestra, he performed also as a solist playing Bach's, Vivaldi's and Mozart's concerts during festivals in Warsaw, Nantes, Bilbao, Brno and Bratislava.
The season of 2002/2003 brought he was the leader of Polish Chamber Orchestra when the ensemble participated in festivals in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and France.
Since 2006 Piotr Tarcholik has been the concertmaster of National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra in Katowice, he made recordings and public performances of Prokofieff’s 2nd Concerto and Stravinsky’s Violin Concerto.
Piotr Tarcholik is a renowned teacher at the Academy of Music in Cracow and is frequently invited to hold master classes all over Poland.


prof. Piotr Reichert

Prof. Piotr Reichert graduated from Academy of Music in Sofia where he was a student of professor A. Nelski. From 1981 to 1988 he was a member of Jerzy Maksymiuk's Polish Chamber Orchestra and Sinfonia Varsovia.

Since 1988 Piotr Reichert has belonged actively to Camerata Quartet. Playing in this ensemble, he has received lots of prizes and awards during international competitions in Tokio, Paris (1st prize in 1990) and Munich.

Piotr Reichert was also awarded a few prizes for his CD recordings (Dipason d'Or, Fryderyk 2000 and The Best CD Recording of the Year awarded annualy by 'Studio' magazine). In his output there are numerous CD recordings of chamber music, made for the following companies: Thorofon, Ricercar, Koch and Dux. He performed in most of the European countries, Japan and USA and recorded for the radio stations in Germany, USA, Spain and for Polish Radio.

Apart from playing in chamber groups, the artist performs also as a solist (mainly recitals) and teaches young musicians. For many years he has been a professor at Academy of Music in Warsaw and in its branch in Bialystok. His name frequently appears on the lists of pedagogues invited to teach during master courses in Zagan, Darlowo, Janowiec nad Wisla, Gorlice.  Piotr Reichert can be also frequently met among the jury members of viola and chamber music competitions.


prof. Jeroen Reuling

Born into a family of musicians from Amsterdam, Jeroen Reuling began his cello studies with Jean Decroos. He went on to study with André Navarra at the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik in Detmold, Germany, and soon became his assistant. In 1981, Reuling passed the Konzertexamen and completed his studies with Pierre Fournier in Geneva.

Following his debut at the Concertgebouw with the Amsterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, Reuling appeared regularly with other Dutch orchestras, under the direction of such conductors as Vernon Handley, Yehudi Menuhin, and Roberto Benzi. He made numerous recordings for radio and television, and in 1983 received the 'Audience Award' from the Sonesta Koepelzaal in Amsterdam. Reuling performed throughout Europe, and in Asia, where he made his Hong Kong debut in 1985 with the Dvorak Cello Concerto.

From 1983 to 2004, Jeroen Reuling was principal cellist with the Arnhem Philharmonic Orchestra, and now divides his passion for the cello between teaching and chamber music. He is Professor of Cello at the Royal Conservatoire of Brussels and the ARTEZ Institute of the Arts in the Netherlands.

He has held masterclasses all over the world, including Arezzo, Florence, Dublin, Budapest,Courchevel, Leuven, Dordrecht (Cello Festival), Lodz, Morges (Switzerland), Geneva, Oslo, Portugal, South Korea, Morrocco, and at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Since 1995, Jeroen Reuling has given annual masterclasses and concerts at the Rencontres Musicales Internationales in Enghien, near Brussels. He is Artistic Director of the Schiermonnikoog International Chamber Music Festival in the Netherlands, and is frequently invited to participate in various chamber music projects. Recently, he toured Japan with A.R. El Bacha, Philippe Graffin, Yuzuko Horigome and Roger Chase. 

Jeroen Reuling has made recordings for Naxos, Ottavio, and Cobra. He plays an Italian cello attributed to Giovanni Battista Ceruti, Cremona, 1801.


Dominik Polonski

an outstanding Polish cellist, winner of The Polityka’s Passport award and The Fryderyk award, Special Award of Polish Academy of Sciences, „Eureka”- Special Cultural Award of the city of Lodz and Special Award of Polish Ministry of Culture: ” Gloria Artis”.1st prize winner of the following competitions: The D. Danczowski Competition ( the most prestigious cello competition in Poland), Yamaha Music Foundation of Europe Competition (Grand Prix), The A. Tansman International Competition in Łódź (Grand Prix), The Europhony Competition in Bucharest (Grand Prix) and a prize winner of The W. Lutosławski International Cello Competition in Warsaw and The J. Brahms International Competition in Portschach (Austria). He has performed in Russia, the United States of America, Italy, Denmark, France, Great Britain, Slovakia, Spain, Germany, Austria, France and Switzerland presenting his skills in the biggest concert halls including Carnegie Hall in New York City, Salle Pleyel in Paris, Auditorio Nacional in Madrid, Music Festival in Salzburg, always receiving excellent reviews, from critics and music fans.

In 1999, he recorded both concertos of Frederic Chopin in the 150th anniversary of composer’s death, with Krystian Zimerman for Deutsche Grammophon.

He graduated with distinction from the Academy of Music in Łódź (class of Prof. S. Firlej) and afterwards one out of two most prestigious Music Academies in the world: „Escuela Superior de Musica Reina Sofia” in Madrid (Natalia Shakhovska’s and Mscislaw Rostropovich’s cello class).
He has performed concerts with artists such as: Krystian Zimerman, Lorin Maazel, dame Evelyn Glennie, Eugen Indjic, Kirill Gerstein, Rafał Blechacz, Kwartet Śląski, Beethoven Quartett, Agnieszka Duczmal, Yaacov Bergman, Radovan Vlatkovic, Gary Karr, Maximiano Valdes, Jerzy Maksymiuk,Hansjorg Schellenberger, Francesco D’Orazio, Halina Czerny- Stefańska. He had the honour of working with Luciano Berio and being the first performer of his works in Auditorio Nacional in Madrid in 2001.
He has played with Cello Academy – an ensemble of twelve most eminent cellists of Europe, led by Maestro Hans Erik Deckert ( Danmark)
Dominik Polonski has develope his skills bystudies under direction of such masters as: Natalia Gutman, Frans Helmerson, Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi, Eleonore Schoenfeld, Joel Krosnick, Yo-Yo Ma, Boris Pergamenschikov among.

He has recorded for Deutsche Grammophone, Sony Classical, Dux:(nominated to The Fryderyk Award) Polish Recordings and Polish Radio:( nominated to The Fryderyk Award 2004) and (The Fryderyk Award 2006 for recording of R. Schumann cello concerto).
Currently, Dominik Polonski holds a post of Adiunkt and has a cello classes at the Music Academy in Lodz and Cracow also in many International cello courses. He is regulary publishing his articles in main Polish music journals.
in the years 2003 – 2007 Dominik Polonski fight with brain cancer and finally he lost ability to move the left side of his body- included left hand. He was back on the concert stages of Europe in 2009 and currently He is the only cellist in the world playing concerts and recitals using only his right hand. Every year the quantity of cello pieces composed for him by the great composers is growing and now there is around 20 pieces with orchestras, piano and for cello solo dedicated to Dominik Polonski.


Monika Wilińska-Tarcholik

Studied in Cracow with prof. T. Żmudziński and E. Wolak – Moszyńska. She continued her studies at mastercourses with R. Buchbinder and A. Torger. In 1993 she won the Jeunesse Musicales competition in Weikersheim (Germany) and was awarded the special price at the Chamber Music Competition in Zakopane, Poland.

During her career, Monika Wilińska – Tarcholik has performed in Poland, Germany, France, Romania and Moldova with J. Gadulanka, G. Deplus, Ph. Cuper, M. Niedermayer, B. Bryła, P. Reichert, J. Reuling, T. Strahl and many others. She has recorded for Dux, KASP Records and PWM.

Monika Wilińska – Tarcholik is a teacher at the Cracow Academy of Music at the Faculty of Chamber Music and she has been holding  master classes in Przemyśl.


Sławomir Cierpik

Graduated with distinction from the Academy of Music in Krakow in 1992, where he studied piano with Prof. Tadeusz Żmudziński, and chamber music with Prof. Maria Szmyd-Dormus. He is Associate Professor at the Chair of Chamber Music of the Academy.

Following his graduation, he honed his skills during master classes with Ryszard Bakst and the Wiener Schubert Trio, amongst others.

He is a laureate of numerous awards and honorary mentions, including the 2nd prize at the 11th Chamber Music Competition in Łódź (1992), the 2nd prize at the W. A. Mozart`s Chamber Music Competition in Krakow (1991) and the prize for the best ensemble of the Chamber Music Class at Weikersheim Castle, Germany (1992).

He is a holder of the golden badge of the Primus Inter Pares competition, funded by the Mayor of the City of Krakow. Sławomir Cierpik has performed at home and abroad. He has recorded albums and made recordings for TV and radio.



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