Guitar Portrait - Tomasz Radziszewski & Friends - Praetorius | Vivaldi | Giuliani | Villa-Lobos | Rodrigo
A brilliant debut from Tomasz Radziszewski. The young Polish guitar virtuoso presents his energetic personality in solo pieces from Praetorius, Giuliani and Villa-Lobos. He also invited his friends to join him in a beautiful version of Vivaldi`s famous Concerto in D (Karolina Michalska – harpsichord, Magdalena Wypych – baroque cello, Kinga Kubiak – flute, Anatoly Tityaev – flute) and in a guitar-piano version of the beautiful Concierto de Aranjuez (Michał Michalski - piano). Highly recommended to all classical guitar aficionados!
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1. Courante I, Courante II, da Capo
3. La Volta
Concerto in D Major, RV 93
4. Allegro giusto
7. Gran Sonata Eroica, Op. 150
8. Prelude no. 4
9. Prelude no. 5
10. Etude no. 7
11. En los trigales
Concierto de Aranjuez
12. Allegro con spirito
14. Allegro gentile
About the Artists
Michał Michalski - piano (12-14)
Karolina Michalska – harpsichord (4-6)
Magdalena Wypych – baroque cello (4-6)
Kinga Kubiak – flute (4-6)
Anatoly Tityaev – flute (4-6)
Tomasz Radziszewski was born in 1997 in Nowa Sól (Poland) where he started his musical education under the supervision of Elżbieta Cichocka. He completed his high school education in Zielona Góra in Jarosław Lewandowski’s class. Currently he studies at The Academy of Music in Wrocław (Poland) with prof. Piotr Zaleski. Since the beginning of his career, he took part in many national and international competitions and was awarded over 25 times in solo and chamber music categories. The recently obtained (2018) Ist prize at the International Tallinn Guitar Competition presented for this young guitarist the opportunity to be part of the prestigious EuroStrings Artists group.
He performed in European countries such as: The Netherlands, Finland, Estonia, Croatia, Austria, Italy, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Spain, Germany, invited by the biggest guitar festivals of the continent to play as a soloist, chamber musician and teacher.
He performed as a soloist with the ADDA Sinfonica, Cottbus Symphonic Orchestra, Zielona Gora and Lublin Philharmonic Orchestras, Academic Chamber Orchestra in Wroclaw and the Sound Factory Orchestra – orchestra of the XXth and XXIst Century Music, i.a. at the Game Music Festival at the National Forum of Music.
He had the opportunity to attend individual masterclasses with the best and most famous guitarists: Sergio Assad, Judicael Perroy, Tilman Hoppstock, Petrit Ceku, Thomas Müller-Pering, Hubert Käppel, Marco Tamayo, Łukasz Kuropaczewski, Johannes Monno, Bernard Hebb, József Eötvös, Rafael Aguirre.