Eugeniusz Chudak Morzuchowski

Eugeniusz was born in Swiecie in 1964. Between 1979-84 this future musician joined the piano class of Jerzy Libera in Poznań, then in the years 1984-1989 he studied at The Fryderyk Chopin Warsaw Academy of Music with Regina Smendzianka and Jerzy Romaniuk as mentors. It was 1997 when he won a scholarship of the Fryderyk Chopin Society in Warsaw that allowed him take master classes with Tatiana Szebanowa, Andrzej Jasiński and Jerzy Godziszewski.

Eugeniusz Chudak Morzuchowski has taken part in international competitions in Geneva and Bolzano. He performs often, both within Poland and abroad (Germany, England, Thailand, Belorussia, Ukraine), playing solo concerts as well as with orchestras. He has recorded for both Polish Radio and Television.

For the last ten years Eugeniusz has given about one hundred recitals a year, mostly with Frederic Chopin’s music. In the last year Eugeniusz Chudak Morzuchowski performed with great success, in the National Philharmonic Hall in Minsk Belorussia, 24 Etudes of Frederic Chopin during one recital.

” … The artist reveals not himself in music but busic itself which is in his soul singing…
… There is no hackeneyed interpretation in his performance, the pianist moves b his sincerity, freshness of his interpretation enhances. For his manner of playing doesn’t bore at any moment and that occurs to many leading pianists when groove replaces freshness…
… We meet here with outstanding techniques of playing, melodious sound and love for what he is doing…
… We listened to Eugeniusz Chudak Morzuchowski holding our breath and rewarded him with a stormy applause. He encored three times. A contact with him leaves an unique impression because the way he plays shows his love and respect for the composers and their works.”

– Vladimir Shelihin

Eugeniusz has in his repertoire, apart from compositions of other composers, all Chopin compositions, and twelve piano concerts of other composers. Works for piano and orchestra: J.S. Bach – Concerto in A Major – Concerto in C Minor for two pianos W.A. Mozart – Concerto in A Major KV 488 L.V. Beethoven – III Concerto in C Minor op.37 F. Chopin – Variations in B Major Op.2 “La ci darem la mano” – II Concerto in F Minor Op.21 F. Liszt – I Concerto in E flat Major S. Rachmaninov – II Concerto in C Minor Op.18 J. Brahms – I Concerto in D Minor Op.15 B. Bartok – III Concerto F. Poulenc – Concerto for two pianos in D Minor W. Lutosławski – Concerto for Piano and Orchestra.