One of the most interesting pianists of Polish young generation. Mischa Kozlowski has already successfully presented his talent at the concert halls of Europe, China and Japan. He was awarded the main prizes at such competitions as:

  • The 8. International Johannes Brahms Chamber Music Competition in Gdańsk, Poland together with Affetto Piano Trio (2018)
  • The International Othmar Schoeck Song Competition in Brunnen, Switzerland in duo with soprano Daniela Ruth Stoll (2016)
  • The ORPHEUS Swiss Chamber Music Competition in Bern, Switzerland in duo with cellist Ilona Basiak (2015)
  • The International Bronislaw Huberman Chamber Music Competition in Czestochowa, Poland in duo with cellist Magdalena Bojanowicz (2013)
  • The 4. Mykola Lysenko International Music Competition in Kyiv, Ukraine (2012)
  • The Polish National Duo Competition in Warsaw, Poland in duos with cellist Magdalena Bojanowicz and with violinist Maxima Sophia Sitarz (2012)
  • The 9. International Frederic Chopin Piano Competition in Darmstadt, Germany (2009)
  • The Polish National Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition organized by Fryderyk Chopin Institute in Warsaw, Poland (2008)
  • The 6. International Frederic Chopin Competition for Young Pianists in Narva, Estonia (2006)

Born in 1989 in Gdynia (Poland), where he started his piano studies at the age of 7 under Julita Randazzo at Zygmunt Noskowski Primary Music School. In 1999 he started to work with prof. Katarzyna (Ekaterina) Popowa-Zydron until obtaining the diploma in 2008 at Gdynia Secondary Music School. He contiuned his musical education at Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw at piano class of prof. Piotr Paleczny as well as at chamber music class of prof. Maciej Paderewski, prof. Jerzy Marchwinski and prof. Katarzyna Jankowska-Borzykowska (diploma with a distinction in 2013). During the studies there he regularly performed with instrumentalists and singers of his Almae Mater at polish national and international musical competition, being often awarded with special prizes for the best pianist of the competitions such as The 10. E. Kossowski Polish National Vocal Competition of Polish Artistic Songs’ Performance in Warsaw (2012) or 6. H. Halska-Fiałkowska International Vocal Competition in Wroclaw (2013) among others. In 2014 he started studies at Hochschule der Künste Bern where he obtained his MA Specialized Diploma (Soloist programme) with a distinction as a student of prof. Tomasz Herbut (2017) and then he pursued postgraduate chamber music studies together with Affetto Piano Trio (Amelia Maszonska - violin, Marianna Sikorska - cello, Mischa Kozlowski - piano) studying with prof. Patrick Jüdt, prof. Monika Urbaniak-Lisik and prof. Tomasz Herbut (diploma in 2018). Since October 2018 he is an assistant at the Piano Chamber Music Faculty of Fryderyk Chopin Univeristy of Music in Warsaw, Poland.

Mischa Kozlowski took an active part in many masterclasses where he had an opportunity to improve his musical skills as a soloist as well as a chamber musician working with such artists as Helmut Deutsch, Dietrich Henschel, Rahel Harnisch, Malin Hartelius, Capucine Chiaudani, Christian Hilz, Kai Wessel, Izabella Kłosińska, Jadwiga Rappé, Jolanta Janucik, Anna Radziejewska, Artur Stefanowicz, Stanisław Daniel Kotliński, Regina Smendzianka, Andrzej Jasiński, Dang Thai Son, Marta Sosińska, Maria Szwajger-Kułakowska, Maja Nosowska, Krystyna Borucińska, Józef Stompel, Kazimierz Michalik, Andrzej Bauer, Antonio Meneses, Conradin Brotbek, Jens Peter Maintz, Nicolas Altstaedt, Bartosz Koziak, Benjamin Schmid, Jan Stanienda, Krystyna Makowska-Ławrynowicz, Viera Nosina, Alexey Sokolov, Aleksey Orlovetsky, Marie Kodama, Tamas Ungar, Joaquin Soriano, Matti Raekallio, Jacques Rouvier and Noel Flores among others.

Since many years he has been working with his brother, Karol Kozlowski (tenor) with whom he performed in the concert venues of Poland, Italy, Germany and Switzerland. Moreover Kozlowski brothers were invited to take part in a popular broadcast of The Polish Radio - „Five o’clock” (2016) as well as to perform a recital at the 80. Birthday of Programme 2 of The Polish Radio.

He was a participant of „Opera Academy” - Programme for Young Talented Opera Singers & Pianists at The Grand Theatre - Polish National Opera in Warsaw where he had an opportunity to develop his skills as a vocal coach working with Rudolf Piernay, Brenda Hurley, Izabella Kłosińska, Eytan Pessen and Mathias Rexroth among others.

In 2009 he was invited to record a CD album together with Justyna Samborska (soprano) who was awarded with a scholarship of Bank Société Générale. As a laureate of the same scholarship in 2013 he recorded a CD album with works for piano solo released in a cooperation with F. Chopin University of Music in Warsaw which album received very good critiques and was highly acclaimed. In July 2014 together with Lutosławski Piano Duo (Emilia Sitarz and Bartek Wąsik) and Joanna Duda (piano) he recorded a CD album „Unchained” with works by Julius Eastman for 4 pianos among others. The album was released by Bôłt Records Label, was awarded with „Supersonic Award” of „Pizzicato” Magazine and was nominated to The International Classical Music Award 2015.

In 2012 together with Adriana Ferfecka (soprano) he represented Warsaw F. Chopin University of Music at Europäisches Liedforum at Universität der Künste in Berlin, where they worked on the songs’ repertoire taking part in the masterclasses with Axel Bauni, Jan Philipp Schulze, Eric Battaglia, Maja Nosowska, Irena Uss-Armoniene or Bianca and Remus Manoleanu among others. In the same year he was a vocal coach at the singing class of prof. Jolanta Janucik at the masterclass „J. Walasek Summer Interpretations of Music” in Janowiec, Poland.

Together with the students of the Vocal and Acting Department of Warsaw F. Chopin University of Music he had an honour to take part in the concert at The Grand Theatre - Polish National Opera in Warsaw dedicated to a legendary polish opera singer Bernard Ładysz on the occasion of the celebrations of his 90. birthday (2012).

In 2014 he was invited by a prominent polish violinist Krzysztof Jakowicz to perform at the Chamber Music Hall of The Polish National Philharmonic in Warsaw at a concert on the occasion of his 70. birthday when together with Jakub Jakowicz (violin), Michał Zaborski (viola, Atom String Quartet) and Marcin Zdunik (cello) they performed Piano Quintet in F minor, op. 34 by Johannes Brahms.

Between 2014-2017 he was a vocal coach at Hochschule der Künste Bern at the singing classes of Christian Hilz, Kai Wessel, Malin Hartelius and Rahel Harnisch as well as at the masterclass with Helmut Deutsch or Capucine Chiaudani. Since 2016 he is a pianist-coach at the PreCollege HKB programme. Moreover in 2017 as a member of Affetto Piano Trio he represented this Almae Mater at European Chamber Music Academy (ECMA) where he had a great privilige to develop his chamber music skills working with Hatto Beyerle (Alban Berg Quartet), Minna Pensola, Corina Belcea and Patrick Jüdt.

As a chamber musician he has given concerts together with such a prominent ensembles as Royal String Quartet, Soloists’ String Trio of Leopoldinum Chamber Music Orchestra, soloists of Sinfonia Varsovia, „Romantic Quartet” in Moscow among others. For the first time as a soloist with an orchestra he performed at the age of 9 and since then he has been regularly performing with such conductors as Michael Sanderling, Tadeusz Strugała, Zygmunt Rychert, Kaspar Zehnder, Kai Bumann, Łukasz Borowicz, Tiziano Forcolin, Jerzy Kosek, Piotr Wajrak, Tuomas Hannikainen, Nicolas Krauze, Yuri Bervetsky, Yuri Gilbo, Mykola Diadiura, Peter Tiboris, Monika Wolińska, Ira Vakulina, Stefano Bazzi, Dawid Runtz, Christian Danowicz among others, giving concerts together with such orchestras as Warsaw National Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra of the Grand Theatr-Polish National Opera in Warsaw, „Leopoldinum” Chamber Orchestra of The National Forum of Music in Wrocław (Poland), Polish Baltic Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, Russische Kammerphilharmonie St. Petersburg, „San Marco” Symphony Orchestra of Pordenone, Ukrainian National Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra in Kyiv, Lviv Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra da Camera di Lugano, PAN-European Philharmonia, Warsaw F. Choipin Univeristy of Music Symphony Orchestra, Symphony Orchestra of Hochschule der Künste Bern, Sinfonie Orchester Biel Solothurn among others.

This young artist has already been invited for such prominent festivals as „Kissinger Sommer” in Bad Kissingen, “Festspiele Europäische Wochen” in Passau (Germany), „NCPA May Festival” at National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing, Gulangyu Summer Music Week in Xiamen (China), International Festival “Jeunes Virtuoses à Ennejma Ezzahra” in Sidi Bou Said (Tunisia), “Chopin au Jardin du Luxembourg” in Paris (France), “Kyoto International Music Students Festival” in Japan, Swiss Chamber Music Festival in Adelboden (Switzerland), MusicArte Festival Ascona (Switzerland), International Chopin Piano Festival in Duszniki Zdroj (Poland),  "Kwartesencja" Festival and International Ignacy Jan Paderewski Festival in Warsaw (Poland), “Transatlantic” Interational Music and Film Festival and „Malta Festival” in Poznan (Poland), "Music on the Heights" Festival in Zakopane (Poland), UNSOUND Festival in Cracow (Poland). He has successfully performed at most of the philharmonic halls and important concert venues in Poland as well as at Moscow State Philharmonic (Russia), Tallinn Philharmonic Hall (Estonia), Ukrainian National Philharmonic in Kiev, Lviv State Philharmonic (Ukraine), UNESCO in Paris, Konzerthaus "Kultur-Casino", Zentrum Paul Klee, Konsi Bern and Yehudi Menuhin Forum in Bern (Switzerland) and many others.

Due to his successes he was awarded many special prizes and scholarships such as those awarded by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage, the Minister of National Education, the Minister of Science and Higher Education, Dongsan Research Foundation, Société Générale, LYRA Stiftung, Rita Zimmermann Musik-Stiftung, Fondazione Pro Libertas et Humanitas Kasimir Bartkowiak, Dr. Pierre und Marie Spring-Tschanz Stiftung, Geert und Lore Blanken-Schlemper Stiftung, Bank Société Générale and Polish Children Fund in Warsaw.

One of the most interesting pianists of Polish young generation. Mischa Kozlowski has already successfully presented his talent at the concert halls of Europe, China and Japan. He was awarded the main prizes at such competitions as:

  • The 8. International Johannes Brahms Chamber Music Competition in Gdańsk, Poland together with Affetto Piano Trio (2018)
  • The International Othmar Schoeck Song Competition in Brunnen, Switzerland in duo with soprano Daniela Ruth Stoll (2016)
  • The ORPHEUS Swiss Chamber Music Competition in Bern, Switzerland in duo with cellist Ilona Basiak (2015)
  • The International Bronislaw Huberman Chamber Music Competition in Czestochowa, Poland in duo with cellist Magdalena Bojanowicz (2013)
  • The 4. Mykola Lysenko International Music Competition in Kyiv, Ukraine (2012)
  • The Polish National Duo Competition in Warsaw, Poland in duos with cellist Magdalena Bojanowicz and with violinist Maxima Sophia Sitarz (2012)
  • The 9. International Frederic Chopin Piano Competition in Darmstadt, Germany (2009)
  • The Polish National Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition organized by Fryderyk Chopin Institute in Warsaw, Poland (2008)
  • The 6. International Frederic Chopin Competition for Young Pianists in Narva, Estonia (2006)

Born in 1989 in Gdynia (Poland), where he started his piano studies at the age of 7 under Julita Randazzo at Zygmunt Noskowski Primary Music School. In 1999 he started to work with prof. Katarzyna (Ekaterina) Popowa-Zydron until obtaining the diploma in 2008 at Gdynia Secondary Music School. He contiuned his musical education at Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw at piano class of prof. Piotr Paleczny as well as at chamber music class of prof. Maciej Paderewski, prof. Jerzy Marchwinski and prof. Katarzyna Jankowska-Borzykowska (diploma with a distinction in 2013). During the studies there he regularly performed with instrumentalists and singers of his Almae Mater at polish national and international musical competition, being often awarded with special prizes for the best pianist of the competitions such as The 10. E. Kossowski Polish National Vocal Competition of Polish Artistic Songs’ Performance in Warsaw (2012) or 6. H. Halska-Fiałkowska International Vocal Competition in Wroclaw (2013) among others. In 2014 he started studies at Hochschule der Künste Bern where he obtained his MA Specialized Diploma (Soloist programme) with a distinction as a student of prof. Tomasz Herbut (2017) and then he pursued postgraduate chamber music studies together with Affetto Piano Trio (Amelia Maszonska - violin, Marianna Sikorska - cello, Mischa Kozlowski - piano) studying with prof. Patrick Jüdt, prof. Monika Urbaniak-Lisik and prof. Tomasz Herbut (diploma in 2018). Since October 2018 he is an assistant at the Piano Chamber Music Faculty of Fryderyk Chopin Univeristy of Music in Warsaw, Poland.

Mischa Kozlowski took an active part in many masterclasses where he had an opportunity to improve his musical skills as a soloist as well as a chamber musician working with such artists as Helmut Deutsch, Dietrich Henschel, Rahel Harnisch, Malin Hartelius, Capucine Chiaudani, Christian Hilz, Kai Wessel, Izabella Kłosińska, Jadwiga Rappé, Jolanta Janucik, Anna Radziejewska, Artur Stefanowicz, Stanisław Daniel Kotliński, Regina Smendzianka, Andrzej Jasiński, Dang Thai Son, Marta Sosińska, Maria Szwajger-Kułakowska, Maja Nosowska, Krystyna Borucińska, Józef Stompel, Kazimierz Michalik, Andrzej Bauer, Antonio Meneses, Conradin Brotbek, Jens Peter Maintz, Nicolas Altstaedt, Bartosz Koziak, Benjamin Schmid, Jan Stanienda, Krystyna Makowska-Ławrynowicz, Viera Nosina, Alexey Sokolov, Aleksey Orlovetsky, Marie Kodama, Tamas Ungar, Joaquin Soriano, Matti Raekallio, Jacques Rouvier and Noel Flores among others.

Since many years he has been working with his brother, Karol Kozlowski (tenor) with whom he performed in the concert venues of Poland, Italy, Germany and Switzerland. Moreover Kozlowski brothers were invited to take part in a popular broadcast of The Polish Radio - „Five o’clock” (2016) as well as to perform a recital at the 80. Birthday of Programme 2 of The Polish Radio.

He was a participant of „Opera Academy” - Programme for Young Talented Opera Singers & Pianists at The Grand Theatre - Polish National Opera in Warsaw where he had an opportunity to develop his skills as a vocal coach working with Rudolf Piernay, Brenda Hurley, Izabella Kłosińska, Eytan Pessen and Mathias Rexroth among others.

In 2009 he was invited to record a CD album together with Justyna Samborska (soprano) who was awarded with a scholarship of Bank Société Générale. As a laureate of the same scholarship in 2013 he recorded a CD album with works for piano solo released in a cooperation with F. Chopin University of Music in Warsaw which album received very good critiques and was highly acclaimed. In July 2014 together with Lutosławski Piano Duo (Emilia Sitarz and Bartek Wąsik) and Joanna Duda (piano) he recorded a CD album „Unchained” with works by Julius Eastman for 4 pianos among others. The album was released by Bôłt Records Label, was awarded with „Supersonic Award” of „Pizzicato” Magazine and was nominated to The International Classical Music Award 2015.

In 2012 together with Adriana Ferfecka (soprano) he represented Warsaw F. Chopin University of Music at Europäisches Liedforum at Universität der Künste in Berlin, where they worked on the songs’ repertoire taking part in the masterclasses with Axel Bauni, Jan Philipp Schulze, Eric Battaglia, Maja Nosowska, Irena Uss-Armoniene or Bianca and Remus Manoleanu among others. In the same year he was a vocal coach at the singing class of prof. Jolanta Janucik at the masterclass „J. Walasek Summer Interpretations of Music” in Janowiec, Poland.

Together with the students of the Vocal and Acting Department of Warsaw F. Chopin University of Music he had an honour to take part in the concert at The Grand Theatre - Polish National Opera in Warsaw dedicated to a legendary polish opera singer Bernard Ładysz on the occasion of the celebrations of his 90. birthday (2012).

In 2014 he was invited by a prominent polish violinist Krzysztof Jakowicz to perform at the Chamber Music Hall of The Polish National Philharmonic in Warsaw at a concert on the occasion of his 70. birthday when together with Jakub Jakowicz (violin), Michał Zaborski (viola, Atom String Quartet) and Marcin Zdunik (cello) they performed Piano Quintet in F minor, op. 34 by Johannes Brahms.

Between 2014-2017 he was a vocal coach at Hochschule der Künste Bern at the singing classes of Christian Hilz, Kai Wessel, Malin Hartelius and Rahel Harnisch as well as at the masterclass with Helmut Deutsch or Capucine Chiaudani. Since 2016 he is a pianist-coach at the PreCollege HKB programme. Moreover in 2017 as a member of Affetto Piano Trio he represented this Almae Mater at European Chamber Music Academy (ECMA) where he had a great privilige to develop his chamber music skills working with Hatto Beyerle (Alban Berg Quartet), Minna Pensola, Corina Belcea and Patrick Jüdt.

As a chamber musician he has given concerts together with such a prominent ensembles as Royal String Quartet, Soloists’ String Trio of Leopoldinum Chamber Music Orchestra, soloists of Sinfonia Varsovia, „Romantic Quartet” in Moscow among others. For the first time as a soloist with an orchestra he performed at the age of 9 and since then he has been regularly performing with such conductors as Michael Sanderling, Tadeusz Strugała, Zygmunt Rychert, Kaspar Zehnder, Kai Bumann, Łukasz Borowicz, Tiziano Forcolin, Jerzy Kosek, Piotr Wajrak, Tuomas Hannikainen, Nicolas Krauze, Yuri Bervetsky, Yuri Gilbo, Mykola Diadiura, Peter Tiboris, Monika Wolińska, Ira Vakulina, Stefano Bazzi, Dawid Runtz, Christian Danowicz among others, giving concerts together with such orchestras as Warsaw National Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra of the Grand Theatr-Polish National Opera in Warsaw, „Leopoldinum” Chamber Orchestra of The National Forum of Music in Wrocław (Poland), Polish Baltic Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, Russische Kammerphilharmonie St. Petersburg, „San Marco” Symphony Orchestra of Pordenone, Ukrainian National Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra in Kyiv, Lviv Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra da Camera di Lugano, PAN-European Philharmonia, Warsaw F. Choipin Univeristy of Music Symphony Orchestra, Symphony Orchestra of Hochschule der Künste Bern, Sinfonie Orchester Biel Solothurn among others.

This young artist has already been invited for such prominent festivals as „Kissinger Sommer” in Bad Kissingen, “Festspiele Europäische Wochen” in Passau (Germany), „NCPA May Festival” at National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing, Gulangyu Summer Music Week in Xiamen (China), International Festival “Jeunes Virtuoses à Ennejma Ezzahra” in Sidi Bou Said (Tunisia), “Chopin au Jardin du Luxembourg” in Paris (France), “Kyoto International Music Students Festival” in Japan, Swiss Chamber Music Festival in Adelboden (Switzerland), MusicArte Festival Ascona (Switzerland), International Chopin Piano Festival in Duszniki Zdroj (Poland),  "Kwartesencja" Festival and International Ignacy Jan Paderewski Festival in Warsaw (Poland), “Transatlantic” Interational Music and Film Festival and „Malta Festival” in Poznan (Poland), "Music on the Heights" Festival in Zakopane (Poland), UNSOUND Festival in Cracow (Poland). He has successfully performed at most of the philharmonic halls and important concert venues in Poland as well as at Moscow State Philharmonic (Russia), Tallinn Philharmonic Hall (Estonia), Ukrainian National Philharmonic in Kiev, Lviv State Philharmonic (Ukraine), UNESCO in Paris, Konzerthaus "Kultur-Casino", Zentrum Paul Klee, Konsi Bern and Yehudi Menuhin Forum in Bern (Switzerland) and many others.

Due to his successes he was awarded many special prizes and scholarships such as those awarded by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage, the Minister of National Education, the Minister of Science and Higher Education, Dongsan Research Foundation, Société Générale, LYRA Stiftung, Rita Zimmermann Musik-Stiftung, Fondazione Pro Libertas et Humanitas Kasimir Bartkowiak, Dr. Pierre und Marie Spring-Tschanz Stiftung, Geert und Lore Blanken-Schlemper Stiftung, Bank Société Générale and Polish Children Fund in Warsaw.