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Piotr Szewczyk



Piotr Szewczyk is an award-winning violinist and composer. He has been a violinist in the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra in Florida since 2007, and is the Winner of the 2008 Jacksonville Symphony Fresh Ink - Florida Composers’ Competition. Before joining JSO Mr. Szewczyk completed a three year fellowship at the New World Symphony in Miami Beach under Michael Tilson Thomas where he served as a rotating concertmaster and was a winner of the 2006 New World Symphony Concerto Competition.

Mr. Szewczyk is an active performer and proponent of new music and is the creator and performer of the critically-acclaimed Violin Futura Project, a series of recitals comprised of new, short, exciting and innovative solo violin pieces written and dedicated to him by over 40 renowned composers from USA, Germany, England, Japan, Australia and Mexico. As a composer, Mr. Szewczyk has received numerous awards including those from American Composers Forum, Society of Composers, British Trombone Society, VoxNovus 60x60 Project, Fauxharmonic Adagio Contest, UPBEAT Hvar - Croatia and ACCENT Competition at Music X Festival. Mr. Szewczyk’s music has been performed by the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra, New World Symphony, Ensemble GREEN (Los Angeles), ALIAS Ensemble (Nashville), Sybarite Chamber Players (NYC), Trio Archetto (Poland), Degas Quartet, ACCORD Quartet, International Double Reed Conference, OWU/NOW Festival, Santa Fe New Music, Colorado Music Festival and many others, and was featured on NPR Performance Today and CBS Early Show.

Mr. Szewczyk holds a double Masters degree in violin and composition from University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music where he studied violin with Kurt Sassmanshaus, Piotr Milewski and Dorothy Delay and composition with Joel Hoffman, Michael Fiday, Henry Gwiazda, Ricardo Zohn-Muldoon and Darrell Handel.

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