The Polish-born pianist, Kazimierz Brzozowski, is a graduate of the Warsaw Chopin Academy of Music (M.M.) and University of Michigan (DMA). After his concerto debut at the age of 14, he frequently performed as a soloist with the Lublin Philharmonic Orchestra and he gave series of concerts in Hungary. As a student in Warsaw, he often appeared in recitals at the Academy of Music, Chopin Society, Warsaw Musical Society, National Philharmonic Hall, and at Zelazowa Wola - Chopin’s birthplace. He has received awards from the Chopin Music Academy in Warsaw, Ann Arbor Musical Society in Michigan, University of Michigan and Kosciuszko Foundation in New York. He is a prize winner at the Polish National Piano Festival and Chopin Society Competition in Warsaw.
Kazimierz Brzozowski’s performance highlights include a New York Carnegie Hall debut, performances in Warsaw with the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, recorded live for the Public Radio and TV, concerts at the Mozart Festival and the Chopin Festival in Warsaw, recitals for the Chopin Foundation in Florida, and concerts in Japan. He currently resides in Michigan, where he has frequently performed in recitals, and as a soloist with symphony orchestras including the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. He performs in his native Poland as well, in recitals and as a soloist with Philharmonic orchestras.
Kazimierz Brzozowski is the founder and director of the International Music Festival, held annually in Naleczow, Poland. This event, now in its sixteenth year, attracts international high school and college students for intensive study and performances, both solo and with a chamber orchestra. Faculty and guest artists come from Poland, USA, Russia, and Japan.
Kazimierz Brzozowski is a Steinway artist. He has made recordings for the Polish Radio and Television, recorded CD’s with music by J.S. Bach, Mozart, Chopin, Szymanowski, Franz Liszt and Béla Bartók. His recordings are also included in popular CD sets “Living with the Classics”.