Wojciech Pyrć

Wojciech Pyrć started playing the piano at the age of 6 at the Music School in Tymbark. In years 2003-2008 he was a student in Zenon Brzewski Music School in Warsaw in class of prof. Teresa Manasterska. In years 2008-2013 he was a student at Fryderyk Chopin Music University in Warsaw in class of prof. Bronisława Kawalla. In 2013 he graduated with distinction.
He is a laureate of many competitions such as: 2nd Prize on 5th International Piano Competition Maria Herrero in Granada 2015, 5th Prize in National Polish Chopin Competition in Warsaw 2011. He was also a semifinalist of the First International Karol Szymanowski Music Competition in Katowice 2018.
He played concerts in many places in Poland such as: National Philharmonic in Warsaw, Żelazowa Wola – birthplace of Fryderyk Chopin, Concert Hall of Fryderyk Chopin Music University in Warsaw, Manor of Fryderyk Chopin during 65th and 67th International Fryderyk Chopin Festival in Duszniki-Zdrój.
He developed his music skills at music courses where he worked with such artists as Joaquin Achucarro, Dmitrij Alexeev, Edward Auer, Andrzej Jasiński, Choong-Mo Kang, Stefan Kutrzeba, Mariusz Sielski, Michał Szczepański, Piotr Paleczny, Jerome Rose, Dang Thai Son, Tamas Ungar.
In 2017 he released his first album with the piano works of Jan Ekier and Karol Szymanowski (DUX1458).


Ballade in G minor op. 23

Mazurkas op. 50
G major no. 1
A flat major no. 2
C sharp minor no. 3

Waltz in A minor op. 34 no. 2

Etude in C minor op. 10 no. 12

Nocturne in C sharp minor op. 27 no. 1

Prelude in D flat major op. 28 no. 15

Waltz in A flat major op. 42

Polonaise in A flat major op. 53


Weronika Chodakowska

The pianist studied in the class of Prof. Birgitta Wollenweber at the Hochschule für Musik „Hanns Eisler” in Berlin. In 2015 she earned a bachelor’s degree with distinction in the class of Prof. Konstantin Lifschitz at the Hochschule Musik in Lucerne, Switzerland. The pianist is currently studying at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in the piano class of Prof. Elżbieta Tarnawska and Prof. Ramiro Sanjines.
Over recent years the pianist has been expanding her concert activity, performing recitals in Poland and most European countries. She is a laureate of numerous prizes in national and international piano competitions.


Mazurka in B flat major op.7 no. 1

Polonaise in G flat major op. posth.

Rondo in E flat major op. 16

Mazurka in B minor op. 33 no. 4

Impromptu in G flat major op. 51

2 Waltzes from op. 64
D flat major no. 1
C sharp minor no. 2

Mazurka in F minor op. 68 no. 4

Berceuse in D flat major op. 57

Barcarole in F sharp major op. 60