Polish organist, Doctor of Musical Arts Mateusz Rzewuski is one of the most active performing artists of the young generationHe completed prestigious music universities in four countries: in Poland, his Master’s studies in organ performance withthe top grade and distinction in the class of Prof. Andrzej Chorosiński at the Fryderyk Chopin University
of Music in Warsaw, in Germany: Master’s studies at Musikhochschule in Lübeck, in the organ class of Prof. Franz Danksagmüller, In France: organ performance and improvisation at the Conservatoire à RayonnementRégional in Paris, as part of the postgraduate concert studies “La cycle concertiste” in the solo class of Christophe Mantoux, which he completed with the “Concertiste” Diploma in 2017 and in Switzerland:the postgraduate studies in early music in the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis in Basel, in the master class of Prof. Wolfgang Zerer.
A laureate of several competition: in Rumia (2011), Legnica (2013), Bardo (2013 – I. prize and the special prize), Vilnius (2015 – second prize and the special prize) and Białystok (2017 – I. prize and the special prize).
Prof. Wolfgang Zerer, Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg, Schola Cantorum Basiliensis
Mr. Mateusz Rzewuski is studying in my organ class at Schola Cantorum Basiliensis (Switzerland). I
consider Mr. Rzewuski to be an outstanding musician who, based on a sophisticated technique, is
able to interpret an extremely rich repertoire in an expressive, stylish way and with great personal
charisma. This applies to both "early" music and works from the recent past. Mr. Rzewuski has
extensive knowledge of the style, various types of organs, various performance techniques,
performance practice, cultural origin ... He is a serious and independent musician, committed, open
to new ideas and consistent at work. In interpersonal contacts, I always got to know him and
appreciated him as a cooperating, interested and honest person. That is why I recommend Mr.
Mateusz Rzewuski to any university and concert activities.
Prof. Christophe Mantoux, CRR de Paris
Mateusz Rzewuski has an extremely high professional talent and mastery; his artistic sensibility is
truly remarkable and refined, his stylistic and musicological knowledges are extremes extensive, his
reflexion about his art is totally mature. His talent has already been recognized with prices of 5
different international organ competitions, which is absolutely exceptional. Mateusz Rzewuski is a
hard worker, he is certainly one of the most gifted and talented student I've ever had in my entire
teaching career. Also his personality is particularly friendly and pleasant, as well as serious and
efficient. I also had occasion to observe his great qualities of organizer. I wish him the brightest
future for a career of a musician and a teacher, and it is a pleasure for me to recommend-him,
warmly and without any hesitation.
Prof. Michael Radulescu, Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Vienna
Mateusz Rzewuski is a serious, hugely talented and very sensitive organist with an enquiring mind
and vivid imagination. In his lively and passionate approach to the Bach’s great Prelude and Fugue for
Organ D-dur he displayed strong artistic temperament, which during our cooperation turned into an
energetic, but still elegant more and more convincing interpretation.
Prof. Ludger Lohmann, Staatliche Hochschule für Musik und darstellende Kunst Stuttgart
Mateusz Rzewuski is a hugely talented musician in terms of his playing technique. He is already an
advanced organist with a great capacity of express. I can see great possibilities for him and I support
his further education. He demonstrates many own artists initiatives.
Prof. Franz Danksagmüller, Musikhochschule Lübeck
Mateusz Rzewuski is a very sensitive and hugely talented musician. He shows great diligence in his
performance and achieves successes. His serious style of performance made a strong impression on
me. He also makes a great progress. I can recommend this artist…
Prof. Hans Fagius, The Royal Danish Music Conservatory Copenhagen
Mateusz Rzewuski had been working with me on Sebastian Bach’s Preludium A Fuga E-moll of during
the course in Sejny. I was enormously impressed by his performance, as he has a specific technique
and ability to emphasize with a musical work. We had been working a bit on the form and
accentuation of his performance and after that he played with even more understanding of its