Pawel Siwczak

Historical Performance - Harpsichord, Basso continuo

Performances as a soloist and with chamber ensembles across Europe

Recording with soprano Rachel Nicholls for BBC Early Music Show

Other recordings include Bach arranging and arranged, with The Bach Players

Pawel is a harpsichordist and historical keyboard specialist, winner of the 8th Broadwood Harpsichord Competition (2007), the Sir Anthony Lewis Memorial Prize (2006, Musica Britannica), the award of the Minister of Culture of Poland (Mloda Polska 2009).

Pawel performs actively as a soloist and with chamber ensembles, including his ensemble Triologue.

He has played with orchestras such as Gabrieli Consort & Players and Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, and others conducted by Sir Mark Elder, William Christie, Trevor Pinnock, Sir John Eliot Gardiner.

His touring activities took him to Austria, England, France, Germany, Holland, Ireland, Malta, Mexico, Poland, Russia, Scotland, Spain and Sweden. Pawel made a recording for the BBC Early Music Show with soprano Rachel Nicholls and appeared on BBC Radio 3 In Tune. His CDs include Bach arranging and arranged, with The Bach Players (2008) and Stephen Dodgson’s music for guitar and harpsichord (2009).

Pawel’s ensemble Triologue won Early Music Prize at the Royal Academy of Music (2007) and his other group, Four Temperaments, was awarded a prestigious Leverhulme Junior Fellowship at the Academy for 2007/2008.

Pawel is currently a teacher at the Royal Academy of Music and at Morley College in London.

Website

pawelsiwczak.com

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