Iwo Jedynecki

Iwo Jedynecki is one of the most promising accordionists of the young generation in Poland. He was studying accordion at the Frederic Chopin University of Music in Warsaw, alongside with prof. Jerzy Łukasiewicz and d. Rafał Grząka. In 2014 he was an Erasmus student of Conservatorio Superior de Musica de Aragon in Zaragoza (Spain), in the class of prof. Inaki Alberdi. Currently he is undergoing a postgraduate "Konzertexamen" course in Hochschule fur Musik in Detmold (Germany) in prof. Grzegorz Stopa's class, as well as pursuing his doctoral degree at the Feliks Nowowiejski Academy of Music in Bydgoszcz. He is a prize winner of competitions in Poland, Italy, Lithuania, France, Spain and Austria.

 

He participated in masterclasses with well-known polish and international accordionists, such as prof. Stefan Hussong, prof. Juryi Shishkin, prof. Alexander Dmitriev, prof. Janne Rattya, prof. Mie Miki, prof. Matti Rantanen, prof. Mika Vayrynen, prof. Claudio Jacomucci, prof. Jerzy Jurek, prof. Włodzimierz Lech Puchnowski, prof. Jerzy Kaszuba, prof. Bogdan Dowlasz, prof. Klaudiusz Baran, prof. Alfred Melichar, prof. Vladimir Murza. 

 

Iwo Jedynecki was the first performer of Stefan Hippe’s “Stabat mater” (2008). He also recorded this piece, alongside a Youth Choir under the direction of prof. Wanda Tchórzewska – Kapała. In September 2011 he performed “Stabat mater” for the first time in composer’s home country – Germany (in cities of Hamburg, Kiel and Heide).

 

He performed many times, as a soloist and a member of chamber ensembles, in concert halls of Poland, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Ukraine and Hungary. For his musical accomplishments he received numerous scholarships, among which are: scholarship of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, prestigious “Young Poland” scholarship of the Ministry of Culture, “Pro Polonia Society” scholarship.