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Pianist {Musicus} 

Wirth Institute 25th Anniversary Concert

University of Alberta Convocation Hall

Sunday, February 11th at 3pm, 2024

Please join us for a Solo Piano Recital by pianist Mikolaj Warszynski as we celebrate the 25th anniversary of the founding of the Wirth Institute. 


This Solo Piano Recital is a tribute to the legacy of a musical icon: Marek Jablonski was a beloved artist who displayed a rare gift of spiritual communication and an inspiring teacher who touched the lives of many through his lifelong commitment to music.

Admission by donation. All proceeds go towards the Johann Strauss Foundation scholarships for advanced music study in Austria.

Check out the radio interview on CKUA Classical Connections with Aaron Au on February 3rd by clicking on the button below:




CKUA Classical Connections Feb 3 with Aaron Au

CKUA Classical Connections with Aaron Au, February 3rd 2024Mikolaj Warszynski
00:00 / 21:14
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Schumann Concerto with RDSO 
Live Performance Oct 30th, 2022 

A fragment from the 1st Movement below:

ZUMI piano duo: 
Mikolaj Warszynski & Zuzana Simurdova

Audio Video Recording Project of Contemporary Canadian Composers Canada Council for the Arts Grant

Upcoming Videos


Mikolaj Warszynski performs Chopin with the Chamber Orchestra of Edmonton

April 3rd, 2022 at 3pm, St. Andrew's United Church - 9915 148 str

Tickets available at or at the door


Mikolaj Warszynski performs Liszt

Mikolaj Warszynski performs Liszt's <<Il Pensieroso>> - one of the selections on the Lisztomania album in support of mental health awareness: 

Mikolaj Warszynski performs Beethoven

Mikolaj Warszynski performs a lecture -recital on Beethoven's 'Tempest' & 'Pastoral' Sonatas... "Teaser" video below:

Mikolaj Warszynski perform's Clara Schumann's Scherzo No. 2 in C minor at the Winspear Centre

Pianist Mikolaj Warszynski performs as part of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra 'From Stage to Screen' at the Winpear Centre as part of the Mother's Day Concert with mother and ESO violinist Tatiana



As I’ve been listening to a 2015 solo piano studio recording by Mikolaj Warszynski, I’ve found myself wondering about the process, about how music is made and how it comes to be heard.

If a pianist plays brilliantly and no one hears: is there a career? Is there even music?

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