Marek Kruszynski

Violin Music Teacher

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Marek Kruszynski
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Marek Kruszynski – Master of Arts (Violin – Poland ) Violin Teacher Marek has had an extensive career as a soloist and professional chamber and orchestral musician. He has played in symphonic and opera orchestras and has also been a successful violin teacher both in Australia and overseas.
In 1989 Marek completed with High Distinction his Master of Arts degree at the Faculty of Instrumental Studies, specializing in violin at the Stanislaw Moniuszko Academy of Music in Gdansk, Poland. In 1982 and 1983 he participated in The International Master Interpretation and Pedagogical Courses in Lancut, Poland which hosted the most renowned violinist and violin teachers from around the world at the time.
Marek publicly performed as a soloist for the first time with a State Philharmonic Orchestra in Koszalin at the age of 9. He is a winner of the Fist and the Third Prizes of Violin State Competitions in Poland. Marek has over 30 years of professional experience in performing in professional symphonic, opera, and chamber orchestras in Australia and overseas including Sydney Symphony Orchestra and Western Australia Symphony Orchestra.
Since 1994, Marek has been a permanent member and guest Concertmaster in The Australian Opera and Ballet Orchestra-AOBO, and its successor Opera Australia Orchestra (OAO ), as part of Opera Australia.
Marek has held a Concertmaster position in several major professional symphonic and chamber orchestras in Poland including State Philharmonic Orchestra in Koszalin and Baltic State Philharmonic Orchestra as well as Baltic Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra in Gdansk, Poland As a Concertmaster of the Baltic State Philharmonic Orchestra, he toured extensively throughout Europe, participating in numerous international tours and festivals in France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, and Spain. This included performances at numerous prestigious venues including The Munich Philharmonic, Alte Opera in Frankfurt, and Concertgebouw in Amsterdam.
Marek has also an extensive career as a solo and chamber performer. He received outstanding press reviews both in Australia and overseas including the review by Fred Blanks from one of the concerts of Brahms Quartet Sydney.
Marek has also participated in various radio and TV recordings both in Australia and overseas. This includes several opera and symphonic recordings with Opera Australia, Baltic State Philharmonic Orchestra, and as well as a number of films and other soundtrack recordings at Fox Studios Australia in Sydney.
Additionally, Marek has enjoyed an outstanding career as a violin teacher for over 30 years teaching privately and at schools in Australia and overseas including Knox Grammar School and Abbotsleigh in Sydney as well as Grazyna Bacewicz School of Music in Koszalin, Gdansk. His students are regularly recognized for their achievements and are recipients of many prestigious awards. Marek teaches according to the traditional principles of Franco/Belgian school. All levels, all ages are welcome.
Marek’s students have included winners of Prizes in major Violin Competitions in Poland and Australia. They are receiving many High Distinction Certificates in Practice of music AMEB as well as Distinction Certificates for Outstanding Performance and Honours commendations. Marek students are also recipients of scholarships to Sydney Conservatorium of Music and private High Schools.
Marek’s students’ achievements include: Scholarship for 2013 to Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Prizes in Violin Competitions in Australia and overseas, High Distinction Certificates in Practice of music AMEB, Distinction Certificates for Outstanding Performances, Numerous Honours commendations
The studio is located in Beaumont Hills and includes Rouse Hill, Castle Hill, Kellyville area of Hills District
Contact:
marek.kruszynski63@gmail.com
Mo: 0421 081 893 ; 02 8883 1843

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