Maciej Skrzeczkowski

Maciej Skrzeczkowski

harpsichord / fortepiano

13-14/07 Chopin Museum, Warsaw (PL)

six mini-recitals of music by Lessel, Chopin & Szymanowski

9/08 MA Festival – Concertgebouw Brugge (BE)

Forest of Things’ – Music by John Bull, Peter Philips, William Byrd, Martin Peerson & Giles Farnaby


9/08 – Premiere of the album ‘The Real John Bull’ (Ricercar, Outhere Music)

15/11 London (UK)

Recital of music by John Bull during London International Festival of Early Music

2/12 Warsaw Philharmonic, Chamber Hall (PL)

French Suites BWV 812-817 by Seb. Bach

31 March – 10 April 2024

Iwaki • Osaka • Yokohama • Tokyo • Tokorozawa • Akita • Hiroshima

Nomination for the “Koryfeusz Muzyki Polskiej”

Nominacja do nagrody “Koryfeusz Muzyki Polskiej”

Maciej Skrzeczkowski has been nominated for the “Koryfeusz Muzyki Polskiej” award in the “Discovery of the Year” category for winning the first prize and the Outhere award at the “Musica Antiqua” competition in Bruges. From September 25 to 29, the public voting for the winner in this category will take place on the website .

Maciej Skrzeczkowski został nominowany do nagrody “Koryfeusz Muzyki Polskiej” w kategorii “Odkrycie roku” za zdobycie I nagrody i nagrody Outhere na konkursie “Musica Antiqua” w Brugii. Od 25 do 29 września na stronie odbędzie się głosowanie publiczności na laureata w tej kategorii.

Maciej Skrzeczkowski wins MA Competition 2023!

photo: Joselito Verschaeve

Maciej Skrzeczkowski

fortepianist / harpsichordist

Maciej Skrzeczkowski (2001) is a Polish harpsichordist and fortepianist. He received awards in numerous piano and harpsichord competitions in Poland and abroad, the most important being the 3rd prize on Concorso Internazionale di Clavicembalo in Milan in 2019 and 1st prize and Outhere award on Musica Antiqua Competition in Bruges 2023, where he was one of the youngest winners in the long history of this contest.

He graduated from Zenon Brzewski’s Secondary Music School in Warsaw, Poland on both modern piano and harpsichord, where he worked with Marek Bracha and Beata Popis. Currently he is studying harpsichord and fortepiano at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague with Carole Cerasi, Bart van Oort and Petra Somlaï.

In 2019, he took part in his phonographic debut recording “Concertino per clavicembalo e dieci strumenti” by Roman Palester with Sinfonia Iuventus conducted by Łukasz Borowicz in the Concert Studio of the Polish Radio.

He has been further mastering his skills by attending masterclasses with Skip Sempe, Pierre Hantai, Władysław Kłosiewicz, Elżbieta Stefańska, Katarzyna Drogosz, Tobias Koch, Nikolai Demidenko, Kristian Bezuidenhout and Christophe Rousset.