dr hab.

Jarosław Wróblewski

prof. UMFC


Jarosław Wróblewski began his career in the organ class of Professor Maria Terlecka in Białystok. In the years of 1988–1993, he studied at the Fryderyk Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw, where he graduated in the organ class of Professor Józef Serafin.
In the period of 1993–2002, he studied at the Hochschule für Musik und darstellende Kunst Mozarteum in Salzburg in the class of Professor Heribert Metzger, who graduated with honours and received the prize of the Minister of the Republic of Austria, and since 1995, at the department of Catholic Church Music, he graduated with honours in the following specialties: organ, choral conducting, organ improvisation, and church composition.
He participated in numerous organ festivals and was the prizewinner of the following competitions:

  • National Auditions of the Secondary School Students in Inowrocław (first place)
  • International Organ Competition in Kamień Pomorski (fourth place)
  • International Organ Competition in Gdańsk (honourable mention)
  • Organ Competition Bach and Buxtehudy in Szekszard (Hungary) (third place)
  • Organ Competition in San Elpido a Mare (Italy) (final round).

As a soloist, conductor and chamber musician, Jarosław Wróblewski has performed in Poland, the Czech Republic, Austria, Germany, Ukraine and Switzerland, taking part in numerous first performances of works by contemporary composers (Seierl, Raditschnig, Mahmoud, Przybylski).
For many years, he also worked as a church musician in several churches of Salzburg (Wals Pfarre, Pfarre Parsch, St. Michaelkirche), then in St. Anna in Piaseczno, and St. Anna Collegiate in Wilanów, performing organ and liturgical music improvisation and church composition.
In addition to solo performances, Jarosław Wróblewski has worked with many orchestras and vocal and instrumental ensembles (National Philharmonic Orchestra, Warsaw Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra, Collegium Musicum St. Gallen, Sinfonieorchester der Hochschule Mozarteum, Capella Bydgostiensis, Szczecin Philharmonic Orchestra), as well as with soloists and ensembles participating in concerts and recordings.
For many years, Jarosław Wróblewski cooperated with the International Society of Paul Hofhaymer in Salzburg, for whom he prepared a number of musical productions (including the performance of all the organ works of Jehan Alain).
Jarosław Wróblewski received Doctorate degree at the Academy of Music in Krakow in 2006.
He was a senior lecturer at the Institute of Musicology of the KUL and currently at the Fryderyk Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw as well as an organ teacher at the Józef Elsner Secondary School of Music in Warsaw.

He has held the function of Vice-Dean of the Department of Piano, Harpsichord and Organ at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music since 2012.

In addition to the artistic work, Jarosław Wróblewski has been engaged in scientific activities (lectures, seminars, master classes, publications, encyclopaedic entries).