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Wojciech Lipiński

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Wojciech Lipiński has been playing the guitar since he was ten. He graduated from the Grażyna and Kiejstut Bacewicz Academy of Music in Łódź, the class of Prof. Jerzy Nalepka, and then in 2006 went on to gain postgraduate studies degree from Hochschule fur Kunste in Bremen, Germany, where he received tuition from Jens Wagner and prof. Bernard Hebb.

While studying Wojciech took part in numerous guitar contests.


His major achievements include:

- II award in the II International Guitar Music Festival in Ełk, 1997
- distinction in the VII Kazimierz Sosiński International Contest – Guitar Player Talent
  Contest in Gdańsk, 2003
- dictinction in I Sokołowski Polish Classical Guitar Contest in Lublin, 2006
     

He mastered his skills at a variety of guitar contests in Poland and abroad coached by renowned guitar players and lutanists, which include:

- Gerhard Abiton (France)

- Joseph Henriquez (Spain)

- Johannes Tonio Kreusch (Germany)

- Tomas Muller Pering (Germany)

- Tadashi Sasaki (Japan)
 
- Fabio Zanon (Brazil)
 
- Oscar Ghiglia (Italy)
 
- Alvaro Pierri (Uruguay)
 
- Harald Soderberg (Sweden)
     
The program of his classical music concerts includes pieces composed in different epochs, ranging from Renaissance to Baroque to contemporary music, and in different countries of origin, namely Japan, Spain, Italy or Poland. His repertoire comprises works of John Dawland, Johann Sebastian Bach, Fernando Sora, Mauro Giulliani, Federico Moreno Torroba, Aleksander Tansman, Heitor Villa-Lobos, and Joaquin Rodrigo. At his solo concerts Wojciech presents various performers" styles and composers" subjective take on the guitar. He also willingly performs as a chamber musician with Ewa Robak or Kamil Chałupnik"s choirs, or with Wojciech Zdyb"s "Camerata Scholarum" strings orchestra.

Since 2003 Wojciech has been working as an assistant in the Institute of Music Education of Świętokrzyska Academy where he leads principal and secondary instrument classes.