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JAROSLAW MALANOWICZ

Jarosław Malanowicz was born in Warsaw in 1956 and graduated from the Chopin Academy of Music there, after studying the organ under Joachim Grubich and Józef Serafin. While still a student he was a finalist in the International Franz Liszt Competition. He won the International Music Competition in Toledo, receiving the Organo Verdalonga Prize as well as a special award at the International Organ Competition in Rome, organized by the Accademia di Santa Cecilia. In 1985 he won First Prize at the National Bach Competition in Bydgoszcz and Gdańsk. He performs regularly at home and abroad and has recorded for Polish Radio and various television stations. For twenty years he has collaborated with the National Philharmonic as well as the Sinfonia Varsovia, the National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra and Concerto Avenna.

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