Professor Andrzej Lupa, DMus Hab.

Sound engi­neer and Uni­ver­si­ty Pro­fes­sor at the Fry­deryk Chopin Uni­ver­si­ty of Music.

Born in Tarnobrzeg. He stud­ied at the Depart­ment of Sound Engi­neer­ing at the State Col­lege of Music in War­saw where he grad­u­at­ed in 1978. In 1980–1990 he worked as a sound oper­a­tor in the record com­pa­ny “Pol­skie Nagra­nia”. Then, for six years he was one of the own­ers of the “Clas­si­cord” phono­graph­ic com­pa­ny which pro­duced record­ings of clas­si­cal music. He is now a free­lance sound engi­neer. He co-oper­ates reg­u­lar­ly with the Nation­al Phil­har­mon­ic in War­saw. To date, he has pro­duced about 400 record­ings for com­pa­nies in Poland and abroad (main­ly Japan and the USA). He has been employed at the State Col­lege of Music, now the Fry­deryk Chopin Uni­ver­si­ty of Music in War­saw since 1978. He obtained his IInd lev­el qual­i­fi­ca­tion degree in 1996. Andrzej Lupa was Dean of the Depart­ment of Sound Engi­neer­ing in 1996–1999, and head of the Chair of Sound Engi­neer­ing in 2000–2005. He teach­es “Sound Engi­neer­ing”, one of the major sub­jects at the Uni­ver­si­ty, and also lec­tures on “Phono­graph­ic Score Analy­sis”.


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