Norwalk Symphony taps Krzysztof Kuznik as concertmaster

Posted on: June 14, 2019

“The Norwalk Symphony Orchestra, which hosted six candidates for the vacant concertmaster position during its regular 2018-19 season, has announced that Krzysztof Kuznik has been offered and accepted this position,” reads an unsigned article in Wednesday’s (6/15) New Haven Register (CT). “Kuznik is a Polish-born violinist and is an active solo, chamber and orchestral musician in the New York metropolitan area, according to a news release. He began playing the violin at age 7 and has appeared as recitalist and soloist throughout Poland and the United States. He has received numerous violin and chamber music awards…. Kuznik is a graduate of the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw and Manhattan School of Music in New York City, where he was a full-scholarship undergraduate and graduate student as well as a recipient of the Whittaker Scholar Career grant.… As a founding member of the Elsner String Quartet, he has performed at Merkin Hall, the Kosciuszko Foundation, the 92nd Street Y, Weill Recital Hall of Carnegie Hall, Wigmore Hall in London, and the Gewandhaus in Leipzig … He is a member of the violin faculty of Manhattan School of Music Precollege Division and JCC Thurnauer School of Music in Tenafly, NJ.”

Posted June 14, 2019