A versatile pianist with a broad repertoire, Sławomir Dobrzański frequently
performs a soloist and chamber musician Europe, South America, Asia, and
throughout the United States.
Dobrzański currently serves as Professor of Piano at the School of Music,
Theatre and Dance at Kansas State University. Previously, he was a piano
faculty member at the University of Rhode Island and Concordia College in
Dobrzański released several world-premiere recordings of piano music by
Maria Szymanowska (1789-1831), Anton de Kontski (1816-1899), and
Wiktor Labunski (1895-1974), published by the London-based label Acte
Prealable. He is also an author of the first biography of Maria Szymanowska
in the English language.
He is the founder and former artistic director of the Fryderyk Chopin
Society of Connecticut.
Recently, the pianist was honored with the title of “Meritorious for
National Culture” by the Government of the Republic of Poland.