Bartosz Micha這wski

The founder, artistic director and the conductor of the Poznan Chamber Choir, the director of the OPUS 966 Polish Composer Competition, the author and organizer of considerable cultural events. 

Bartosz Micha這wski graduated with distinction from The Poznan Academy of Music. He is the winner of the IXth National Choral Conductors Competition (2002), in which he was awarded a special prize for consciousness of work on vocal emission in a choral group.

For 7 years (1998-2005) Bartosz Micha這wski was the assistant to Prof Stefan Stuligrosz and therefore the second conductor of Boys and Men愀 Choir of the Poznan Philharmonic. He conducted numerous concerts with the participation of Poznan Philharmonic and Orchestra of Sinfonia Varsovia. On numerous occasions, he performed at major venues in Germany, France, Spain, Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Lithuania, Russia and Japan.

In 2005 he founded Poznan Chamber Choir, which is now known as one of the best vocal groups in Poland.

In addition to his edifying conducting experience, Bartosz Micha這wski has perfected his own musical skills and advanced in knowledge of vocal emission. He completed courses led by Poppy Holden (Great Britain), Christian Elssner (Germany) and J霩ef Frakstein (Poland).

Bartosz Micha這wski has carried out a number of major vocal-instrumental projects, incl. W. A. Mozart's Coronation Mass, concert of opera "hits" (fragments of operas by Gluck, Moniuszko and others) at the Pozna Philharmonic (both with choir and orchestra of the Pozna Philharmonic), fragments of G. F. Haendel's Messiah oratorio with the choir of the Pozna Philharmonic (with orchestra of the Academy of Music in Pozna and the Sinfonia Varsovia). His collaborations with the Pozna Chamber Choir and chamber ensembles include such works, as Lux Aeterna by Morten Lauridsen, Magnificat by Antonio Vivaldi, or the opening performance of Deutsche Messe by Ulrich Harbecke. 

On the 13th of April, 2012, on the day of the 270th anniversary of the premiere of the G. F. Handel’s Messiah oratorio, Bartosz Micha這wski led a performance of a rarely presented Dublin version of the masterpiece. Poznan Chamber Choir was accompanied by the Irish Baroque Orchestra from Dublin.


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