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Review:Woytek Mrozek

Woytek Mrozek International - Review

‘... since 1992 Mr. Mrozek has collaborated with the Yehudi Menuhin Live Music Now ( LMN ), giving many concerts. What characterizes his play is an excellent technique, remarkable musical intelligence, warm sound, as well as spontaneity and emotionalism. He has performed twice at the renowned Prinzregentertheater in Munich in official concerts by LMN in the presence of Lord Yehudi Menuhin and Professor August Everding. I strongly recommend Mr. Mrozek to all colleagues, impresarios and sponsors, not only for his outstanding qualifications but also because of his autyentic and agreeable manner “.

( Yehudi Menuhin , Munich 10 March 1997 )


“…. The performance by the clarinetist Woytek Mrozek was most fascinating. He is quite well known Bavaria …. He has matured into a much sought-after virtuoso of an international format. In Iffeldorf he presented himself as an excellent chamber musican and charismatic soloist with a fantastic sound and wide spectrum of expression”.

Suddeutsche Zeitung ( 22 June 1998 )


"... With what words can one describe the breathtaking performance by Polish musicians during the concert in Hersching ? The modest title “ Music for clarinet and string quartet “ did not quite match the top-quality execution, perfect in every detail. The unquestionable star was the young clarinetist Woytek Mrozek. …. Woytek Mrozek played the instrument with remarkable dexterity, producing a sound of charming nobleness, which was rewarded with a long applause “.

Suddeutsche Zeitung ( 27 April 1999 )

The superb clarinetist Woytek Mrozek and his Polish fellow-musicians showed a great deal of courage in their experimenting with Mozart’s clarinet quintet. Mrozek proved his talent in undertaking such risky ventures already in the firs part of the programs, when together the Camerata Quartet he played Mozart’s fine phrases in a totally different and yet absolutely delightful manner “.

Ludwigsburger Kreiszeitung 28 June 1999 

Review of the concert "Dances of the World" by Woytek Mrozek
Here is a recipe for a changed, made attractive, and - last but not least – commercialised philharmonic concert: let a brilliant soloist play a light and absolutely popular repertoire.

…Mrozek turned out to be a superb clarinettist. He is a clarinet "animal" being one with his instrument, a painter of all colours, and a born polystylist”.

Posen Newspaper 3 February 2003

“…He is excellent performing with both big philharmonic orchestras and chamber ensembles. The concert in Ozarow Mazowiecki showed that there is no exaggeration in what they write about Mrozek’s genius: on the one hand he is an artist of superb technique, high musical intelligence, spontaneity and emotionality, and on the other hand – he is a clarinet "animal" being one with his instrument, and a painter of all colours”.

Warsaw-Ozarow Mazowiecki 12 Oktobery 2008

Goodman, Bernstein and Mrozek

Next, the spectacular, since other designation cannot be used, Polish clarinettist Wojtek Mrozek delighted the audience and the orchestra with his superb performance. It seems that the stupendous technique of this musician has no boundaries, and his each and every part was a real pearl. Benny Goodman, the famous American jazzman, played in 1963 the ”Sonata for clarinet and piano” by Francis Poulenc, accompanied by Leonard Bernstein himself on the piano, and several years ago, Ukrainian composer Bohdana Frolyak made its orchestration, the world premiere of which was held during this very concert. The discussion on which version is better is as vain as the polemics on interpretations of ”Pictures at an Exhibition”.

El Mercurio Santiago de Chile 2009


…This year, the four festival days brought four music events of the highest fineness. The group of Wojciech Mrozek (clarinet) gave a performance at the Bemowo Amphitheatre. The group’s artists: K. Przybyłowicz – drums, K. Szymanowski – vibraphone, P.Wrombel – grand piano, Z. Wrombel – contrabass, along with the Z. Brzewski Warsaw String Orchestra conducted by A. Gebski performed ”The Four Seasons” by Antonio Vivaldi in a Mrozeks jazz arrangement. International music youth and listeners in large numbers could become convinced whether the spectacle (because in this case performance or even concert are too poor expressions) performed by them is worthy of the legend that has been accompanying it for a certain period of time and attracting an increasingly bigger audience. The artists gave their best, and the audience rewarded them with a frenetic applause”.

Twoja Muza – Warsaw Music Magazine August-September 2009