Grzegorz Palus

Grzegorz Palus is a Polish classical accordionist. He has been working at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music since 2016, currently as an assistant professor. In 2018, he was awarded the degree of Doctor of Musical Arts based on the defence of his dissertation on the work of Mogens Ellegaard and Scandinavian accordion literature of the 20th century. He is active in concert performing solo and chamber repertoire at home and in Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, China, Denmark, Lithuania, Germany, Slovakia, Italy, Ukraine and the USA. Her credits include performances at venues such as: K. Szymanowski Philharmonic in Krakow, O. Kolberg Świętokrzyska Philharmonic in Kielce, Zielona Gora Philharmonic, Odessa Philharmonic, Chamber Hall of the Berlin Philharmonic, Konzerthaus Detmold, Wiener Konzerthaus, Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in New York, Chicago's Millenium Center Jesuits, St. Hedwig's Cathedral in Berlin, and the European Union of Musicians. Jadwiga Cathedral in Berlin, Krzysztof Penderecki's European Music Centre in Lusławice, Tonhalle Düsseldorf, Radio WDR3 in Cologne, the Central Conservatory and the National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing. He has also repeatedly performed as soloist with orchestras including the K. Szymanowski Philharmonic Orchestra in Kraków, the Przemyśl Chamber Orchestra and the Pantonale Festival Orchestra in Berlin.

Since 2011, together with the Slovak accordionist Alena Budziňáková, he has co-founded the ensemble DuoAccosphere, currently ranked among the world's leading accordion chamber music ensembles. In addition, Grzegorz Palus is a member of the Chopin University Accordion Trio and collaborates with musicians of other specialities taking part in various chamber music projects.

He is invited to give masterclasses and accordion workshops in Poland and abroad and takes part in juries of national and international music competitions. He regularly collaborates with composers having premiered more than forty solo and chamber compositions by artists such as Miłosz Bembinow, Sven Ingo Koch, Tyler Versluis, Volodymyr Runczak, Anna Sowa, Peter Machajdík, Wojciech Ziemowit Zych and others.

He has won numerous prizes and awards in music competitions in Poland and abroad. His greatest successes include: Grand Prix of the International Accordion Competition in Poprad (Slovakia, 2007), 1st prize in the 37th International Accordion Competition in Pula (Croatia, 2012), special prize in the International Accordion Competition in Arrasate (2010, Spain), as well as laurels in the most prominent national accordion competitions in Chełm, Czechowice-Dziedzice, Gdańsk, Gorlice, Mława, Przemyśl, Sanok and Szczecin. Grzegorz Palus has also been awarded the Scholarship of the Minister of Culture, the 'Young Poland' Scholarship, the 'Sapere Auso' Scholarship and the Scholarship of the Mayor of the City of Kraków on several occasions.

He has recorded several CDs of solo and chamber repertoire released by Sarton Records and Chopin University Press, as well as making recordings for German Radio WDR3 and Polish Radio.

Про Grzegorz Palus

Grzegorz Palus is a Polish classical accordionist. He has been working at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music since 2016, currently as an assistant professor. In 2018, he was awarded the degree of Doctor of Musical Arts based on the defence of his dissertation on the work of Mogens Ellegaard and Scandinavian accordion literature of the 20th century. He is active in concert performing solo and chamber repertoire at home and in Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, China, Denmark, Lithuania, Germany, Slovakia, Italy, Ukraine and the USA. Her credits include performances at venues such as: K. Szymanowski Philharmonic in Krakow, O. Kolberg Świętokrzyska Philharmonic in Kielce, Zielona Gora Philharmonic, Odessa Philharmonic, Chamber Hall of the Berlin Philharmonic, Konzerthaus Detmold, Wiener Konzerthaus, Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in New York, Chicago's Millenium Center Jesuits, St. Hedwig's Cathedral in Berlin, and the European Union of Musicians. Jadwiga Cathedral in Berlin, Krzysztof Penderecki's European Music Centre in Lusławice, Tonhalle Düsseldorf, Radio WDR3 in Cologne, the Central Conservatory and the National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing. He has also repeatedly performed as soloist with orchestras including the K. Szymanowski Philharmonic Orchestra in Kraków, the Przemyśl Chamber Orchestra and the Pantonale Festival Orchestra in Berlin.

Since 2011, together with the Slovak accordionist Alena Budziňáková, he has co-founded the ensemble DuoAccosphere, currently ranked among the world's leading accordion chamber music ensembles. In addition, Grzegorz Palus is a member of the Chopin University Accordion Trio and collaborates with musicians of other specialities taking part in various chamber music projects.

He is invited to give masterclasses and accordion workshops in Poland and abroad and takes part in juries of national and international music competitions. He regularly collaborates with composers having premiered more than forty solo and chamber compositions by artists such as Miłosz Bembinow, Sven Ingo Koch, Tyler Versluis, Volodymyr Runczak, Anna Sowa, Peter Machajdík, Wojciech Ziemowit Zych and others.

He has won numerous prizes and awards in music competitions in Poland and abroad. His greatest successes include: Grand Prix of the International Accordion Competition in Poprad (Slovakia, 2007), 1st prize in the 37th International Accordion Competition in Pula (Croatia, 2012), special prize in the International Accordion Competition in Arrasate (2010, Spain), as well as laurels in the most prominent national accordion competitions in Chełm, Czechowice-Dziedzice, Gdańsk, Gorlice, Mława, Przemyśl, Sanok and Szczecin. Grzegorz Palus has also been awarded the Scholarship of the Minister of Culture, the 'Young Poland' Scholarship, the 'Sapere Auso' Scholarship and the Scholarship of the Mayor of the City of Kraków on several occasions.

He has recorded several CDs of solo and chamber repertoire released by Sarton Records and Chopin University Press, as well as making recordings for German Radio WDR3 and Polish Radio.

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