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Piotr Anderszewski (b1969)

It was Piotr Anderszewski’s parents, his father Polish and his mother Hungarian, who decided that he should learn the piano. He began when he was six years of age, continuing his studies at the Chopin Academy in Warsaw, at the Lyons and Strasbourg Conservatoires, and at the University of Southern California. Anderszewski came into the public eye when he left the stage during the Leeds International Piano Competition in 1990. At that particular moment he felt he could not give a performance of Webern’s Variations Op. 27 that would satisfy himself, but he is aware now that self-criticism can be destructive. A recital at London’s Wigmore Hall followed where he played Beethoven’s ‘Diabelli’ Variations Op. 120 and he immediately gained a reputation for the depth and sincerity of his interpretations. Anderszewski has played with many world-class orchestras including the London Symphony, Philharmonia, and Warsaw Philharmonic, and during the 2000–2001 season made his American orchestral debut with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. His orchestral debut in New York was in the summer of 2001 at the Mostly Mozart Festival. Anderszewski participates in many European festivals including Cheltenham, where he was artist in residence in 2000, Bergen, Edinburgh and Lucerne.



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