Laureate of prestigious scholarships from the Belgian Government
and Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.

This talented violinist performed as a soloist in many European countries and also on Australian stages and in South Africa. Michał Buczkowski studied violin at the Stanisław Moniuszko Academy of Music in Gdansk under prof. Mirosława Pawlak, and graduated in 2005. He continued his musical education at the Maastricht Academy of Music under prof. Robert Szreder. In 2007, as a scholar of the Socrates-Erasmus program he studied violin in prof. Kati Sebestyen’s class at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Brussels.

In June 2011, he graduated with honors from the Royal Conservatory of Music in Brussels in prof. Zygmunt Marek Kowalski’s master class.

He performed at the famous Queen Elisabeth Hall in Brussels, also in Canberra playing for a Head of the Australian Parliament. He recorded many auditions for the radio and television in Australia, the Netherlands and Poland. In 2013 he made his debut as a concertmaster of the Belgian Symphonia Assai orchestra, he also performs with top Belgian chamber orchestras, the Brussels Chamber Orchestra and the BruSolistes. He also participated in violin masterclasses in Australia, Poland and Switzerland, working with worldwide famous musicians. Cooperation with the legendary violinist, Wanda Wiłkomirska, was of particular importance to him. He also worked with Frank-Peter Zimmermann, Michał Grabarczyk and Krzysztof Węgrzyn.


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Michał Buczkowski,
Aleksander Wilgos

Opus 1 – the result of shared musical interests and cooperation of two young excellent soloists – violinist Michał Buczkowski and guitarist Aleksander Wilgos. This album is a consequence of their passion and exploration, the joy of discovering new sounds and colours which sound so extraordinary in the interaction of the violin and the guitar.

Andaluza and Oriental come from 12 Spanish Dances by Enrique Granados for the piano. These works, inspired by traditional Spanish music, are not actually dances, but stylizations of dances. Elements of folklore are the canvas on which distinctive but stylistically independent songs were created. Most of the compositions on the album, in a similar manner, draw from folk music originating in the country of the composer: Kurpian Song by Karol Szymanowski – from Polish music, Duos by Bela Bartok – from Hungarian music, and Suite by Maximo Diego Pujol – from Argentinian music. Spiegel im Spiegel by Arvo Pärt stands out stylistically, it belongs to the stream of minimal music, the song is composed using very limited musical material and a minimum of composer’s tools.

Majority of the tracks on the album are compositions, which weren’t even originally written for the violin and the guitar. Some of them, like Szymanowski’s Kurpian Song and Bartok’s Duos, were recorded for the first time in such an instrumental composition, so they are a world premiere!

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