A highly versatile musician, Adam is equally at home both at the piano as well as the organ, composing original works, arranging pieces and improvising in most genres from medieval to 21st century music. In 2020, he was commissioned to compose Prelude in C minor, which was transcribed to piano, organ and cello by fellow pianist Vladislav Mikhalchuk and recorded by Oclassica.
This season’s highlights include recitals at Leytonstone Festival, National Physical Laboratory and Westminster Music Library in London, Downing Place United Reformed Church in Cambridge and St John’s in Peterborough.
Adam gave his debut performance at Żelazowa Wola (Chopin’s birthplace), aged ten. Since then, he has performed throughout Poland and the UK, including charity recitals, as part of university music festivals and organised full-length evening concerts. He won the Cambridge Competitive Music Festival in 2011 and played Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 3 at West Road Concert Hall. In 2015 he was the Winner of The Mrs Sunderland Music Festival in Huddersfield.
In 2019, Adam completed a Master of Arts in Piano Performance at The Royal Academy of Music, studying with Professor Sulamita Aronovsky.