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Born in Warsaw, Poland, Pawel Andrzej Mazurkiewicz began his musical education as an accordionist and did not learn to play the piano until the age of 16. He studied with Jan Ekier and Bronislawa Kawalla at the University of Music in Warsaw and with Tomasz Herbut at the University of the Arts in Bern (soloist diploma with the “Tschumi” Award). He is currently a professor of piano at the University of the Arts in Bern and a pedagogue at MS Aaretal near Bern.

Pawel Mazurkiewicz has won numerous piano competitions: in 2003 he won the Prix Credit Suisse Jeunes Solistes (Switzerland). He also won, among other prizes, the first prize at the 30th F. Chopin National Piano Competition in Warsaw (where he also received a scholarship from the Minister of Culture and Art), as well as prizes at the K. Szymanowski Competition in Lodz. Further awards in Japan, Greece, France, Poland and Switzerland.

He regularly performs as a soloist and chamber musician on three continents (including Tokyo, Osaka, Los Angeles, Berlin, Rome, Warsaw, Strasbourg, in Switzerland in the greatest concert halls - KKL Lucerne, KKT Thun, Kultur Casino Bern, Tonhalle Zurich, Zentrum Paul Klee Bern, playing. Bern Symphony Orchestra, Bern Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra Classica Bern, Neue Zurich Orchester, Orchestra da Camera di Lugano, among others).

He has made numerous recordings and radio and television programs, as well as CDs by SRF and DUX. Together with violinist Bartek Niziol, he has recorded two albums of chamber music, both of which were awarded the “Fryderyk” Music Prize. Out of his passion for Jazz, he also plays in the PM Jazz Trio he founded under the motto “Classic Meets Jazz.”

The artist is the founder and co-director of the “Summer Music Academy Bern – Masterclasses and Concerts”, (previously 2020-2023 “Sommermusikakademie Eywald”), as well as a board member of the “Pro Libertas et Humanitas Kazimierz Bartkowiak” foundation.

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Concert program

Fryderyk Chopin

2 Waltzes op. 64

Ludwig van Beethoven

Sonata in C-sharp minor op. 27 no. 2 ("Mondschein ")

Adagio sostenuto


Presto agitato

Fryderyk Chopin

Ballade in G minor op. 23

Franz Liszt

Consolation no. 3

Hungarian Rhapsody no. 2