Jacek Mysinski,pianist

Jacek Mysinski, pianist. He's considered to be one of the most outstanding pianists of his generation. Acclaimed internationally for his imaginative, original and communicative interpretations, he is praised as "the future of Polish pianism" and his performances as “robust and captivating”.

Mr. Mysinski is considered to be one of the most outstanding pianists of his generation. Acclaimed internationally for his imaginative, original and communicative interpretations, he is praised as "the future of Polish pianism" and his performances as “robust and captivating”.

As a member of a family with musical traditions spanning generations, Mr. Mysinski is also a graduate of the prestigious Juilliard School of Music. He has won many prestigious awards and scholarships, including Vladimir Horowitz and J.S. & B.P Johnsohn scholarships, the Polish Ministry of Culture and the Frederic Chopin Society Artistic Achievement Scholarships, as well as Grand Prix at the Frederic Chopin International Piano Competition in Szafarnia and Grand Prix at the Polish National Competition in Plock, Poland.

He appeared at the Alice Tully Hall, Museum of Modern Art, Peter J. Sharp Theater, Focus! Festival, Steinway Hall in New York, Frederic Chopin Society and the National Philharmonic Hall in Warsaw, Poland, a tour of Japan, numerous performances throughout USA and Great Britain. He has collaborated with many accomplished artists and organizations, including the American Ballet Theater, Mark Morris Dance Group, Orli Shaham, Taylor Eigsti, Miranda Cuckson, Kinga Augustyn, Vasko Dukovski and Ismail Lumanovski, among others.

In October 2015, Mr. Mysinski had the honor to join the American Ballet Theatre in New York, NY, and will appear as a soloist with the Sarasota Ballet Company on November 20-21, 2015.

He is also an accomplished piano technician, a skill that allows him to optimize the parameters of the pianos on which he performs to his own liking, to the benefit of the music and listeners.

 

 

 

After a performance at Steinway Hall in New York, NY.