To any Chopin aficionado, concerts of the piano master’s musical works present themselves as a real treat. Pieces from the oeuvre of the legendary composer, renowned both in Poland and worldwide, are performed regularly all year round.

The concerts highlight Chopin’s most popular piano works, as performed by notable pianists. The Artists play on Yamaha Grand Piano, which guarantee excellent sound.

The events take place in the 15th century building, which used to be a house of Master of the Hunt for the Royal Family, Kaspar Dębiński.

Concerts take place everyday, all year round.


Michał Basista


Etude in C minor op. ro No. 12
Mazurkas, op. 59
Largo from Sonate in B minor op. 58
Scherzo in C-sharp minor op. 39
Etude in A minor op. 25 No. u
Nocturne in D-flat minor op. 27 No. 2
Andante Spianato and Grande Polonaise Brillante, op. 22.


He started playing the piano at the age of 4. Since 2023, he has been a student in the class of Dr. Milena Kędra at the Krzysztof Penderecki Academy of Music in Cracow. He has won 15 first prizes and S Grand Prix, participating in more than 60 national and international music competitions. He also participated in many piano courses and open lessons with professors such as Andrzej Jasinski, Andrzej Pikul, Ewa Pobłocka, Alicja Paleta-Bugaj, Mikhail Voskresenski, Zbigniew Raubo, Janusz Olejniczak and Kevin Kenner. He has given recitals at the NOSPR in Katowice, at the Royal Castles in Warsaw and Cracow, and at the Philharmonic Schools in Zylina and Cracow. He is a two-time recipient of scholarships from the Minister of Culture and National Heritage and the National Fund for Children.

Marian Michalski

Nocturne F-dur op.15 ar 4
Mazurkas op. 17
Waltz Es-dur op 18
Palonaiss As-dur op. 53
Noctune G-dur op. 37 nr 2
Scherzo E-dur op. 54
Marian Michalski (born 1998) pianist, currently a student of the first year of MA studies inthe piano class of prof. Andrzej Pikul. He perfected his skills at numerous master classes with professors such as: K. Jablonski, N.Demidenko, Pietro de Maria, Klaus Sticken, W. Świtala, W. Wojtal, J. Stompel, M. Žebrowski, A. Jasiňski, M. Szlezer, M.Drzewicki, M. Drewnowski J. Plowright, K. Eickhorst, Achilles delle Vigne, Jose Maria Corbello, Jordi Camel, Pascal le Corre He has been awarded at many competitions, including: -International Piano Competition “Gloria Artis” in Vienna (December 2020)- 1st Prize -2nd International Competition for Young Pianists “Chopin at Wawel” in-Krakow (July2019)- 3rd prize -1st International Piano Competition Krogulski in Tarnów (June 2018)-2nd prize -3rd Intermational Piano Competition Krystian Tkaczewski in Busko Zdrój(VI/VII 2018)- 3rd prite XII National Competition for Young Instrumentalists Stefania Woytowicz in Jaslo (III 2017) 4th International Piano Competition “Chopin+.. in Budapest (June 2012)-3rd prize; He was a multiple scholarship holder of the President of the City of Tarnow, a scholarshipholder of the “Pro Musica Bona” foundation and the “Sapere Auso” foundation He is kecnly intcrested in chamber music. The result of these interests is taking 2nd place atthe 3rd National Piano Duo Competition “Play Together” in Zamośé (March 2014), and 2ndprize at the VI Intercollegiate Duct Competition in Katowice (March 2019), playing a duet with the violin. He has twice participated in chamber music courses organized by the National Children’s Fund, He performed in Warsaw at the Masovian Institute of Culture, during the 4th Chopin Evenings in Okolnik, and at the Chopin Museum (2019, 2021). He gave a recital as part of “The Jane Stirling Festival” and performed in Chopin’s apartment in Edinburgh (Scotland 2018).He took part in the 1. J. Paderewski Festival in Paso Robles (Califormia USA) He also performed at the K. Penderewski Music Center in I.ustawice, the Mirror Hall in Tarnow and at the “Summer with Chopin” festival in Busko Zdroj.

Jonasz Jochemczyk


Mazurkas Op.
Ballade in G minor, Op. 23
Preludes Op. 28 No. 1-13
Etude in A flat major, Op. 10 No. 10
 Nocturne in F minor, Op. 55 No. 1
Scherzo in C sharp minor, Op. 39


Jonasz Jochemczyk was born in 2001 in Olkusz. His adventure with music began in childhood. In 2008, he started learning piano at the First Level State Music School. Wojciech Kilar in Olkusz. Six years later, he started studying at the State Secondary Music School. Fryderyk Chopin in Krakow. His teacher was Gajusz Kęska. In 2016, he won 2nd prize at the International Chopin Competition in Wawel, in 2017 he received a distinction at the National Competition in Trzciana, and in 2018 he again received a distinction at the International Piano Competition in Trzciana. He currently attends the Academy of Music in Kraków. His guardian is still Gajusz Kęska. His most important achievements include: 2nd place at the 2nd International Chopin Plus Piano Competition, 2nd place at the International Chopin Piano Competition in Vienna, 2nd place at the 3rd Danubia Talents Liszt International Online Music Competition, 2nd place at the 1st Viennese Spring International Music Competition, 3rd place at the 8th International Piano Competition “Citta di San Donà di Piave”, 3rd place at the Franz Liszt Center Piano Competition, 2nd place at the 4th Singapore International Classical Piano Competition, 2nd place at 4th International Chopin Piano Competition in Vienna, 3rd place at the 31st Roma International Piano Competition, 1st place at the 7th Nouvelles Étoiles Competition.

Małgorzata Kruczek


Nokturn H-dur op. 62 nr 1 Andante 24 Preludia op. 28 C-dur: Agitato; a-moll: Lento; G-dur: Vivace; e-moll: Largo;D-dur: Allegro molto; h-moll: Lento assai; A-dur: Andantino; fis-moll: Molto agitato; E-dur: Largo; cis-moll: Molto allegro; H-dur: Vivace; gis-moll: Presto; Fis-dur: Lento; es-moll: Allegro; Des-dur: Sostenuto; b-moll: Presto con fuoco; As-dur: Allegretto; f-moll: Allegro molto; Es-dur: Vivace; c-moll: Largo; B-dur: Cantabile; g-moll: Molto agitato; F-dur: Moderato; d-moll: Allegro appassionato


Małgorzata Kruczek (born in 1998), Polish pianist and chamber musician. She started playing the piano at the age of 7. Since October 2017, he has been studying at the Academy of Music in Krakow in the piano class of prof. Andrzej Pikul. She also improved her skills as part of the Erasmus+ program at the Musik und Kunst Privatuniversität der Stadt Wien (in the piano class of Prof. Klaus Sticken). She participated in master classes conducted, among others, by: by: Andrzej Jasiński, Edward Wolanin, Mariusz Drzewicki, Alicja Masan, Konstanze Eicldiorst, Michael Wessel, Guillermo González, Aquiles Delle Vigne, Tatiana Zelikman. She was the winner of many competitions, including: 1st prize and Special Award for Outstanding Musicality at the 3rd International Online Competition for Instrumental Performances – Toronto 2021, 1st prize at the Iscart International Music Competition (Switzerland, 2021), GRAND PRIX at the 4th Singapore International Classical Piano Competition 2020, 2nd prize at the Internationaller Klavierwettbewerb Gloria Artis Wien 2020, GRAND PRIX and 1st prize at the 5th Odin International Music Online Competition 2020, Silver Prize at the Music Alive 1st International Piano Competition Online 2020, 2nd prize at the 14th Adilia Alieva International Piano Competition (Annemasse-Geneva, 2019), 1st prize at the 106th Concorso Internazionale di Esecuzione Musicale “Giovani Musicisti” – Citta di Treviso (Treviso 2018), 2nd prize at the 1st Piano Festival Józef Hofmann in Memoriam (Kraków) 2018), 2nd prize at the 1st National Piano Competition for Young Pianists “Chopin na Wawelu” (Kraków 2015), 2nd prize at the National Piano Competition named after Anna Wesołowska and Halina Wesołowska-Madetko (Katowice 2015), 5th prize at the Peter Toperczer International Piano Competition (Koszyce 2015), 1st prize at the 1st National Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition (Turzno 2015), Grand Prix and 1st prize at the National Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition Piano Competition (Wieliczka 2014). She received many scholarships, including: Scholarship of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland, Scholarship of the Rector of the Academy of Music. Krzysztof Penderecki in Krakow (three times). Małgorzata Kruczek has played many concerts in prestigious venues, including: Mozarteum in Salzburg, Gesellschaft für Musiktheater in Vienna, Palace of Nations in Geneva, Royal Castle in Warsaw, Chopin Museum in Warsaw, Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw, Wawel Royal Castle, European Krzysztof Penderecki Music Center in Lusławice, Podkarpacka Philharmonic. Artur Malawski in Rzeszów. She represented the capital of Podkarpacie during the Polish Culture and Business Week in Gainesville, Florida, USA, in September 2014.

Paweł Kubica


Ballade No. 3 in A-flat major, Op. 47
Mazurka in G minor, Op. 24 No. 1
Polonaise in A major, Op. 40 No. 1 (”Military”)
Prelude in D-flat major, Op. 28 No. 15 (”Raindrop”)
Waltz in C-sharp minor, Op. 64 No. 2
Waltz in A-flat major, Op. 42
Grande Valse brillante in E-flat major, Op. 18
Mazurka in C-sharp minor, Op. 50 No. 3
Nocturne in B major, Op. 62 No. 1
Fantaisie-Impromptu in C-sharp minor, Op. 66
Polonaise in A-flat major, Op. 53 (”Heroic”)


Paweł Kubica graduated with distinction from the Cracow Academy of Music, from the class of Janusz Olejniczak, in 1996. He has won a string of awards in competitions both in Poland and abroad. He won the Stendal Music Foundations Piano Competition (Detmold, Germany) in 1992; He was awarded the special prize at the First Aleksander Tansman International Competition of Music Personalities (Łódź, Poland) in 1996; and carried off two prize sat the Second Krzysztof Penderecki International Contemporary Chamber Music Competition in Cracow in 1998: first prize in the solo category, and the special prize for the best interpretation of a work by a polish composer. He has entered the Frederic Chopin International Piano Competition twice (1995, 2000). He gives concerts in Poland and abroad. His discography includes a CD with the works of Schumann, released in Germany in 1995 by BMG Ariola. He has also recorded Schumann’s piano concerto in A Minor forPolish Radio together with the Polish Radio Orchestra, conducted by Wojciech Rajski (2002).

Radosław Goździkowski


Nocturne in B-fiat minor 0p. 9 No. 1
Fantasy-Impromptu in C-sharp minor Op. 66
Nocturne in C-sharp minor 0p. posth.
Mazurek in B-flat major Op. 17 No. 1
Mazurka in E minor Op. 17 No. 2
Ballode in F major Op. 38
Mnztirko in A-flat major 0p. 17 No. 3
Etude in C minor 0p. 10 No. 12 "Revolutionary"
Mazurek in A minor 0p. 17 No. 4
Polonaise in A-flat major 0p. 53


He is a very active pianist, he has played over 100 concerts in over 15 countries (Austria, China, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Scotland, Serbia, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland). Radosław Goździkowski is the winner of many national and international piano competitions: first prize in the IMKA Music Competition in Sarajevo, first prize in the 9th International Piano Competition in Warsaw, third prize and a special prize for the best performance of a French piece in the 6th International Chopin Competition in Budapest, first prize in the 26th International Competition for Soloists and Chamber Ensembles in Spain, first prize in the International Music Competition in Belgrade, first prize in the National Piano Competition “Chopin on Wawel (Kraków), first prize in the 37th International Music Competition in Stresa (Italy) ). He started learning to play the piano at the age of six. His first teacher was his father. After a short time of studying at home, he started attending a music school. He graduated with distinction from the State Secondary Music School of the 1st and 2nd degree. Fryderyk Chopin in Krakow in 2016. Graduate of the Academy of Music in Krakow in 2021.


Chopin Gallery

Chopin Concert Hall / Chopin Gallery, 14 Sławkowska str, Kraków

The concert hall is a gallery dedicated to F. Chopin who was one of the greatest composers of all time. The venue is in an old historical tenement house called “Dębinskim” or “Under Barrel”. The house was built in the 15 century as an one-storeyed building and it was restructured thoroughly in the middle of the 16th century.After that the house became  the property of a Royal Hunter named Kaspar Dębinski  who worked for the Royal Family in the Wawel Castle.He ordered to add  the second floor and  then  the house’s facade was decorated with paintings presenting different kinds of weapons. At present you can see extraordinary the 19thcentury staircase with its original richly ornameted railing made of iron leading to the concert hall.