18-year-old violinist from Poland performs J. S. Bach – Violin Sonata No. 1 BWV 1001, Adagio & Fugue.
About the artist
Semen Slobodyaniuk was born on 24 November, 1999. He started violin as a child. My musical development hasn’t proceeded typically but due to my passion and determination I achieve better and better results, that are reflected by my higher and higher achievements reached in competitions.
He enrolled at a music school at 11 and studied with Prof. Anna Rzymyszkiewicz. Two years later he enrolled at the Fryderic Chopin School in Warsaw where he studied with Prof. Katarzyna Bakowska and Prof. Anna Witkowska. When Semen turned 15 he started taking violin lessons with Professor Maria Orzechowska and Professor Janusz Kucharski at the prestige Brzewski Music School in Warsaw. to the class of Professor Maria Orzechowska and Professor Janusz Kucharski.
During 2014 – 2018 Semen attended many music courses in Bałoszyce, Kołobrzeg, Kubin Dolny (Slovakia), Lusławice and Łańcut where he had a chance to work with musicians such as Prof. Magdalena Szczepanowska, Prof. Magdalena Bojanowicz, Prof. Andrzej Gębski and Prof. Janusz Wawrowski. He has played a number of orchestral concerts, chamber music and solo performances. Such experience amplified his musical sensivity, imrpoved his technical skills and resulted in confidence to perform on stage with great pleasure and ease.
Starting from 2017 Semen has been participating in competition and have become a prize winner and honorable mention of the XVII International Juliusz Zarebski Competition, the Jasło and Elbląg Competition, the International Competition “Young Paganini” in Legnica, and the competition “Only Music” in Warsaw. He is also a scholarship holder of National Children Found as a musician and a mathematician.
Beside his passion for music Semen is very serious about mathematics. He is a prize winner of mathematical curatorial contest, Student Work Competition, Junior Mathematical Olympiad and a finalist of Mathematical Olympiad.