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A versatile Polish pianist educated in Warsaw and London. As an active artist performs piano repertoire on modern and historical instruments in Europe, both Americas and Asia.

A soloist, a chamber musician, a winner of many piano competitions, a teacher, a period pianos performer, musical and cultural events media commentator, promoter of Polish music and culture worldwide.


An author of lecture recitals, introducing non-musical contexts and historical background of given piano works. His recent lecture recitals covers Ballads and Romances (inspired by the 200th anniversary of Polish Romanticism and based on the piano ballad genre), Jewish Mazurkas (dedicated to mazurkas by composers of Polish-Jewish origins) and the most recent Chopin-Tellefsen project commemorating the 150th death anniversary of the great norwegian piano composer.


Television and radio commentator, covering the International Chopin Piano Competition for Polish Radio and Television (TVP Kultura, Polskie Radio Program II, Polish Radio Chopin). A hosts of weekly radio broadcast "Musicians about Chopin" in Polish Radio Chopin.


A head and jury member of domestic and international music competitions, the most recent being International Chopin Competition in Hannover, Germany (2023) and Young Musician of the Year competition organized by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage and broadcast by Polish Television (2022, the head of the jury). 


A co-founder and curator of the chamber music festival WarszeMuzik, held in pre-war public spaces in Warsaw, Poland and commemorating musicians and music life of Warsaw Ghetto period. The festival resulted in two albums with works by M. Weinberg.

The pianist's phonographic achievements also include a solo album with works by Fryderyk Chopin, published by Chopin Institute and "Modern Soul" recorded with the violinist Agata Szymczewska.


A lecturer at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw and a teacher at the music secondary school at ZPSM No. 1 in Warsaw. Marek regularly gives workshops and masterclasses in Poland and abroad, including: in Japan, China and Taiwan, both on modern and period pianos.


He first studied under Marzena Jasińska and prof. Teresa Manasterska, then graduated from the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music (prof. Alicja Palety-Bugaj and prof. Joanna Ławrynowicz-Just class, 2012). He also reached Masters of Music at the Royal College of Music in London (Kevin Kenner class) and postgraduate studies in piano with Vanessa Latarche and in period instruments with Geoffrey Govier (2012).

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