Jaroslaw Nadrzycki

Jaroslaw Nadrzycki is widely considered as one of the most exciting violinist of his generation in the world today. At the age of 12, he made his Moscow debut with the Moscow Conservatoire Orchestra in the Tchaikovsky Conservatory Great Hall. Since then, he has become one of the most promising violin virtuosos of today that has included the major new works of 20th and the 21st century in his program.  
In 2010, Jaroslaw won First Prize at the Aram Khachaturian International Violin Competition in Armenia, where one of the prizes was a performance with the Mariinsky Theater Orchestra conducted by Valery Gergiev. He has also won First Prizes at the G. Enescu International Competition in Bucharest (2009), First Prize at the Valsesia Musica International Violin Competition in Italy (2009), First Prize at the Haverhill Sinfonia Soloist Competition in UK (2008) and First Prize at the Jasha Heifetz International Violin Competition in Vilnius, as well as top prizes at the Max Rostal Competition in Berlin, the Tibor Varga International Violin Competition in Switzerland, the Henryk Wieniawski International Violin Competition in Poland, the Ruggiero Ricci International Violin Competition in Austria, and the Benjamin Britten International Violin Competition in London. 
Major influences on Jaroslaw have included working with Krzysztof Penderecki, Maxim Vengerov and, since 2007, his mentor Prof. Igor Petrushevski.
He has performed together with such artists as Krzysztof Penderecki, Kristjan Järvi, Giancarlo Guerrero, Maxim Vengerov, Sergey Smbatyan, Paul Goodwin, HoriaAndreescu, EnriqueBatiz, MassimilianoCaldi and Mark Fitz-Gerald
Speaking about Jaroslaw’s recordings The Strad Magazine writes: “He tackles the opening virtuosic works with boundless energy, in a recording with a nicely spacious feel.”
“Wieniawski’s Polonaise brillante is full of bravado and swagger, and the soaring cantilena is full-throated and rich.” 
Foreign tours have taken him to many European countries, both Americas and South Korea. He has performed to great acclaim in such prestigious venues as the London’s Cadogan Hall, Wigmore Hall and St. John’s Smith Square, the Moscow Kremlin, St Petersburg Conservatoire Hall, the Aram Khachaturian Philharmonic Hall, the Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, the Slovak Philharmonic Hall, the Vienna Konzerthaus, Bozarin Brussels, the Mirabell Palace in Salzburg, the Romanian Atheneum in Bucharest, and the Tchaikovsky Conservatory Great Hall in Moscow. 
His concerts have been broadcast by numerous mainstream European radio and television stations, including Mezzo TV, Austrian National TV ORF, Romanian National TV Station, Polish National TV Station, TV Polonia, Montenegro National TV, Venezuelan National TV and Armenian Culture TV.
Jaroslaw has appeared with many renowned orchestras including the Royal Philharmonic, London Philharmonic, Hamburg Philharmonic, Vilnius State Philharmonic, “Transylvania” State Philharmonic and George Enescu Philharmonic orchestras; the Simón Bolivar, The State of Mexico, Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk, Slovac Radio, Polish National Radio and Zurich Symphony Orchestras; the Youth State Orchestra of Armenia, Sinfonia Iuventusand the Polish Radio Chamber Orchestra.
In 2014 Jaroslaw joined the world renowned Meccore String Quartet. The ensemble is widely praised for its breathtaking performances, flawless technique, and visionary interpretations.
In 2016 he became an assistant professor in the string department of the I. J. Paderewski Academy of Music in Poznań.

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