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Artur Pachlewski is among the most outstanding Polish clarinettists of recent years. Colleagues and critics bear witness to his fine technique, great musicality and a unique versatility that allows him to move freely between classical, romantic and contemporary music. He completed his studies at the Chopin Accademy of Music in Warsaw (diploma with distinction), at the European Mozart Accademy and with Eduard Brunner in Germany, and has appeared as a soloist with Polish and foreign orchestras in repertoire from Telemann and Mozart to Penderecki. He has also performed with such chamber music ensembles as the Wilanów, Silesian, Camerata and Royal String Quartets, the BBC Singers, and Ensemble Ricercare. He has made recordings for many labels, with releases receiving three nominations for Fryderyk Awards and the Supersonic Pizzicato Award in Luxembourg.

For more information, please visit www.arturpachlewski.com.

Role: Classical Artist 
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