Lukasz Borowicz

Lukasz Borowicz is among the most prolific and versatile conductors in the contemporary Eastern European scene. He has amassed a large catalog of recordings that includes complete cycles of the symphonic music of both Andrzej Panufnik and Hugo Alfvén. Borowicz was born in Warsaw on September 25, 1977. He studied conducting at the city's Fryderyk Chopin Music Academy, working with Boguslaw Madey. Borowicz went on for a doctoral degree under Antoni Wit, and part of his program was a stint as the assistant conductor of the Warsaw Philharmonic. He served as an assistant to Kazimierz Kord at the Warsaw National Opera and worked with Iván Fischer at the Budapest Festival Orchestra. In 2006, Borowicz was named the principal guest conductor of the Poznán Philharmonic Orchestra, a position he continues to hold. From 2007 to 2015, he served as ... Read Full Biography

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