Marcin Fleszar is an internationally acclaimed pianist, fortepianist, and organist, having won numerous international piano competitions, including the gold medal in the International Jean Françaix Piano Competition in Paris and
the International Piano Competition of Musical Interpretations in Lausanne.
Fleszar is an artist who seamlessly merges brilliant virtuosity with the poetic essence of music. His interpretations have garnered acclaim for being "thoroughly enchanting" (ClassicsToday) and praised for his ability "of making the piano sound so personal and intimate" (Enrico Pace).
His Schumann/Rameau Album, released worldwide in London with Rubicon Classics, received international acclaim. Fleszar's interpretations are regularly featured on radios across the globe, including RBB, ÖRF 1, NDR and Radio France.
In the mentorship of Maria Jõao Pires, Marcin Fleszar was Artist-in-residence at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel in Brussels: "(...) a prestigious international center of excellence for artistic training of exceptionally gifted young musicians, the musical elite of tomorrow (...)", all under the Honorary Chairmanship of Her Majesty Queen Paola.
Fleszar is frequently invited to perform at renowned international festivals, including the Yehudi Menuhin Festival in Gstaad, Murten Classics, Beethoven Festival in Brussels, F. Chopin Festival in Geneva, and La Folle Journée de Varsovie.
His performances have graced prestigious venues such as Carnegie Hall in New York, Flagey in Belgium, and Casino Bern.
He has collaborated internationally with prestigious orchestras, including the Berner Symphony Orchestra, Krakow Symphony Orchestra, Juventus Symphony Orchestra in Warsaw, Camerata Zürich, and Bern Chamber Orchestra.
Besides being an acclaimed soloist, Marcin Fleszar is also a dedicated educator and chamber musician. In collaboration with Agata-Maria Raatz, a violinist and composer, he has formed the Jaz DUO, introducing a unique blend of tradition and innovation in their musical presentations.
"Marcin Fleszar is a pianist who has great sensitivity and notable instrumental abilities"
- Louise Hopkins
XI Festival de Música de Cámara
Beethoven Music Chapel Festival in Flagey- Brussel
Murten Classics Festival
VII Festival de Música de Cámara,
Swiss Chamber Music Festival in Adelboden
F. Chopin Festival in Geneve
Yehudi Menuhin Festival in Gstaad
La Folle Journée de Varsovie in Warschau,
“Swiss Chopin Festival” - concert series
(Zürich, Basel, Bern)
F. Chopin Festival in Duszniki Zdroj
BEKB After Business Concerts
Einstein Biennale in Bern
Maria Jõao Pires
1st prize in the International Jean Francaix Music Competition in Paris (Vanves)
Prize winner of "Kiefer Hablitzel Musikpreis" in Bern
4th prize in the Chopin National
Competition in Warsaw
1st prize in the 9th International
Competition of Musical Interpretations
Winner of "Odd Fellows Music Prize"
3rd prize in the 10th International Chopin Piano Competition in Szafarnia
2nd prize in the 5th National Piano Competition in Zagan