Mariusz Patyra – World-famous violinist, born in 1977. He is the first Pole to win “Premio Nicolo Paganini” (Genoa 2001) and won a special award for the best performance of Nicolo Paganini’s Caprices and a copy of the violin “Il Cannone” (Armata), which belonged to a great virtuoso.
-Akademia Muzyczna im. F. Nowowiejski in Bydgoszcz, violin class of Bolesław Siarkiewicz
-teachers: Z. Ciucias, A. Hoffmann in Olsztyn, A. Cypryk-Chmielewska, J. Kucharski in Warsaw, K. Węgrzyn in Hanover and Maestro Salvatore Accardo in Cremona
-Royal Chamber Orchestra Tokyo,
-Orchestra Fondazione Arturo Toscanini,
-Orchestra di Roma,
-Orchestra Filarmonica Marchigiana,
-Polish Radio Orchestra,
– Chamber Orchestra of Polish Radio “Amadeus”,
-Orchestra of the National Philharmonic in Warsaw,
-Sinfonia Varsovia Orchestra.
– Performances in Europe, Japan, the United States of America and South America.
-I prize “Premio Nicolo Paganini” (Genoa 2001)
– laureate of the J. Joachim International Violin Competition in Hanover (1997)
-finalist of the International Stradivarius Competition in Cremona (1988)
-IV prize at the International Carl Nielsen Violin Competition in Odense
-special award of the Odense Sinfonie Orchester (2000)
-the winner of the competition for a scholarship from the Japanese Music Foundation J.E.S.C. (2006)
– laureate of the “Premio Pressenda 2006” award (Alba / Italy)
-Vivaldi: The Four Seasons, Lipinski Royal Fidelity, 2008
-Paganini: Violin Concerto No 1; Saint Saens: Introduzione e Rondo Capriccioso; Massenet: Meditation DUX, 2008
-Wieniawski: Violin Concertos No 1 in f # minor & No 2 in d minor, DUX, 2008
-“Well. 24 ”, Toinen Music, Agora Publishing House, 2019
– recordings for Polish, German (NDR, WDR) and Italian Radio (RAI TRE)