Czapski Mateusz

Poland, Wrocław



Competitor: Czapski Mateusz
Section: JUNIOR ARTIST, IX category, 2009
Teacher: Dynda Rafał
Institution, place and country: Ogólnokształcąca Szkoła Muzyczna I i II st. im. Karola Szymanowskiego we Wrocławiu, Polska
1. E. Cavallini - Adagio e tarantella

Mateusz Czapski is a talented clarinetist who has been playing the instrument for 9 years. At the current school, he studies under the supervision of Mr. Rafał Dynda. His passion for music began in early childhood and quickly turned into a professional pursuit of improving musical skills.
During his short career, Mateusz had the opportunity to participate in many prestigious international workshops, where he could learn from the world's greatest clarinetists. Among these champions were Philip Cuper, Emil Jonanson, Gabor Varga, Igor Františák, Antonio Saiote, Jean Marc Fessard, Sergei Petrov. Their unique guidance and experience significantly influenced Mateusz's development as a clarinetist. In addition, Mateusz also participated in nationwide workshops that took place in renowned music centers such as Wadowice, Nowy Sącz, Duszniki Zdrój, Koszęcin, Gdańsk, Wrocław and Katowice. There, he had the opportunity to learn from leading Polish clarinetists, such as Arkadiusz Adamski, Dorota Boruch-Żołnacz, Roman Widaszek, Jan Jakub Bokun, Bogdan Ocieszak, Jan Tatarczyk, Grzegorz Wieczorek, Jarosław Podsiadlik and Piotr Lato. Thanks to their knowledge and support, Mateusz is constantly improving his skills.
Despite a relatively short internship as a young clarinetist, Mateusz has achieved many successes in international and national music competitions in the category of clarinets and wind instruments. His talent, technique and emotional approach to music attract the attention of both the audience and the jury of competitions.
His performances are full of passion, expression and deep understanding of the art of music. Mateusz Czapski is a promising young clarinetist who constantly develops his skills, admiring masters and gaining recognition at various competitions. He is characterized by an extraordinary musical predisposition and perseverance in the pursuit of improvement.