rzysztof Grzybowski is one of the greatest polish clarinetist of the young generation. As the only Pole he earned masters degree (with distinction) in legendary Sabine Meyer studio. After graduation he continued education with Wolfgang Meyer. With his playing he enchants prominent persons of the musical world. Composers such as Paul Patterson or Krzesimir Dębski dedicated their clarinet works to him.
Krzysztof Grzybowski is an outstanding soloist and chamber musician. He is regularly invited to take part in prestigious festivals through Europe such as:
ISA Wien Musikfestival. As a soloist he performed with - among others: : London Gala Orchestra, Polish Radio Orchestra in Warsaw, Symphony Orchestra of the Philharmonic in Lwow, Harmonia Nobile Chamber Orchestra, Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic Orchestra, Szczecin Phiharlmonic. Despite his young age he is playing with world class artists. Among them are: Wolfgang Meyer, Reiner Wehle, Igor Levit, Michał Klauza, Kevin Kenner, Danjulo Ishizaka, Andrei Ionita, Stephen Ellery, Krzesimir Dębski, Bartłomiej Nizioł.
He is a founder of Amadeus Wind Ensemble which was created to commemorate Mozart’s 225 anniversary of death. The group is combined with members of one of the best orchestras in the world – London Symphony Orchestra, prominent polish instrumentalists, soloists and musicians of best polish philharmonies. The opening concert which starts this tremendous cooperation will be led by Sir Neville Marriner, prominent interpreter of Mozart’s pieces.
- Kiwanis Award 2014
- Minister of Culture and National Heritage Prize (2013)
- Ministry of Culture and Higher Education Scholarship (2013)
- Minister of Culture and National Heritage Scholarship
- Artistic Scholarship of Ełk City Mayor (2016, 2013)
- Scholarship of the Mayor of Białystok City
Krzysztof Grzybowski was born on 13 November 1991 in Ełk.
He started playing the clarinet when 13 years old in Public Music School of I Grade in Ełk with Marcin Łukawski as a teacher. Between 2007 – 2013 he was studying in Public Music School of II Grade in Białystok in professor Beniamin Przeździęk studio.
He graduated from Frederic Chopin University of Music in Warsaw – Instrumental Pedagogy Department in Białystok in professor Mirosław Pokrzywiński studio. During his studies he was cooperating with Wojciech Dunaj.
As the only Pole he earned a masters degree (with distinction) in legendary Sabine Meyer and Reiner Wehle studio in MusikhochschuleLubeck. Nowadays he continues his education in Hochschulefür Musik Karlsruhe in chamber music studio of Wolfgang Meyer and Eduard Brunner.