Performing frequently in the UK and abroad, Michal Cwizewicz’s playing has been broadcast on BBC Radio 3 as well as Polish national radio and television. As a recitalist and chamber musician he has performed in the UK, across Europe and as far afield as Kuwait. Co-founder of the ATMA-duo and award-winning Cremona Piano Trio he also leads the Kallisto Quartet, currently under the guidance of the Ysaÿe Quartet in Paris and Günter Pichler of the Alban Berg Quartet. Concerto performances have taken him across Europe to Spain, France, the Czech Republic, Germany and Poland including London’s Queen Elizabeth Hall, Cadogan Hall and St John’s, Smith Square.
British-born Michal’s violin lessons began at the age of three with Lisette Meguerditchian at the Alexandria Conservatoire in Egypt, before continuing in London with teachers Judith Smith, Krzysztof Smietana and Itzhak Rashkovsky. Prior to his postgraduate studies at the RCM, he studied at Imperial College for four years and in 2007 was awarded Masters in Aeronautical Engineering. In 2011 he was presented to Her Majesty the Queen at the Young Performers Reception at Buckingham Palace.
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