Professor FCUM Jerzy Dziubiński, DMus Hab.

Jerzy Dzi­u­bińs­ki has grad­u­at­ed from the Fry­deryk Chopin Music Acad­e­my in War­saw in the class of Pro­fes­sor Joachim Gru­bich. He con­tin­ued his stud­ies in Pro­fes­sor Lionel Rogg’s mas­ter class at the Gene­va Con­ser­va­toire, win­ning the Pre­mier Prix de Vir­tu­osité. There stud­ied he also the inter­pre­ta­tion of the ear­ly music with Pro­fes­sor Chris­tianne Jac­cot­tet. He took part in many cours­es of organ inter­pre­ta­tion direct­ed by Marie-Claire Alain, Gas­ton Litaize, Michael Rad­ules­cu, Har­ald Vogel and oth­ers.

Jerzy Dzi­u­bińs­ki won the spe­cial prize of the Leipzig Neue Bach-Gesellschaft for the most out­stand­ing inter­pre­ta­tion of Bach’s works at the Franz Liszt Inter­na­tion­al Organ Com­pe­ti­tion in Budapest. He is assis­tant pro­fes­sor at the Fry­deryk Chopin Uni­ver­si­ty of Music in War­saw where he con­ducts the organ class. He sits on the juries of numer­ous organ com­pe­ti­tions and is fre­quent­ly invit­ed to give mas­ter-class­es or lec­tures.

He has been appear­ing in such pres­ti­gious con­cert halls like War­saw and Cra­cow Phil­har­mon­ics, cathe­drals of Berlin, Bern, Brus­sels, Budapest, Edin­burgh, Gene­va, Lau­sanne, Magde­burg, Oslo, Riga, Trond­heim, Upp­sala, Vil­nius, St. Jaco­bi in Ham­burg, Oudek­erk in Ams­ter­dam, St. Wen­zel­skirche in Naum­burg and Saint-Pierre-le-Jeune in Stras­bourg. He has been applaud­ed at inter­na­tion­al fes­ti­vals both in Poland and abroad — in the USA and South Amer­i­ca.

He had the hon­our of giv­ing a solemn recital to com­mem­o­rate J.S. Bach’s death anniver­sary at St. Thomas Church in Leipzig.

Jerzy Dzi­u­bińs­ki has tran­scribed for organ the mon­u­men­tal Sym­pho­ny “Polo­nia” of Igna­cy Jan Paderews­ki, which he per­formed at the Cathe­dral Notre – Dame in Paris and the Cathe­dral in Lau­sanne, mark­ing the 150th anniver­sary of the composer’s birth. Pol­ish music holds a spe­cial place in his large reper­toire, rang­ing from renais­sance tab­la­tures till con­tem­po­rary music.

Much of Jerzy Dziubiński’s reper­toire has been record­ed on com­pact discs (for var­i­ous record­ings com­pa­nies such as Dux, Acte Préal­able, SEM Gramo­phone ) and by the Pol­ish and Swiss Radios. Note­wor­thy is his pre­miere record­ing of Mieczysław Surzyński’s Organ Con­cer­to with Pol­ish Radio Orches­tra, high­ly appre­ci­at­ed by inter­na­tion­al crit­ics. He also gave first per­for­mances of Mar­i­an Sawa’s two Organ Con­cer­tos. The first one — for the inau­gu­ra­tion of the new organ of the Music Acad­e­my con­cert hall. The sec­ond one – for the ded­i­ca­tion of the new instru­ment of the Holy Trin­i­ty Church – the Luther­an Cathe­dral in War­saw, where he has been the tit­u­lar organ­ist and music direc­tor for many years. He was also a con­sul­tant for the new organ project there.

Jerzy Dzi­u­bińs­ki per­formed as a soloist with such renowned pol­ish orches­tras as Sin­fo­nia Varso­via or Con­cer­to Aven­na. With his wife Emil­ia Dzi­u­bińs­ka, he pre­sent­ed to the audi­ence Handel’s com­plete organ con­cer­tos fes­ti­val in 2005, and C.Ph.E. Bach’s and J. Haydn’s organ con­cer­tos fes­ti­val in 2007.


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