His characteristic charisma, creativity and individual style creates quality that is well received by the listener.
He was awarded scholarships of the Prime Minister and the Minister of Culture and national Heritage several times.
Kamil Pawłowski is a graduate of the Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music.
In 2010, he completed his degrees in Musical Composition at the Department of Composition, Education, Interpretation and Jazz under the guidance of professor Eugeniusz Knapik and Double Bass Performance at the Vocal-Instrumental Department under professor Waldemar Tamowski.
In 2011, he completed his degrees in Theory of Music at the Department of Composition, Education, Interpretation and Jazz.
In 2014, he received his PhD degree in Composition and Theory of Music from the same academy, having studied with professor Eugeniusz Knapik.
As a composer, he has collaborated with the Silesian Philharmonic, The New Music Orchestra in Katowice, Radio Katowice, the Komedia Theatre in Wrocław, the Silesian Actor and Puppet Theatre Atheneum in Katowice, the Ludwig Solski Academy for the Dramatic Arts in Krakow, the Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice, Acoustic Quartet.
In 2011, he performed and recorded piano improvisations on the Main Theme from Twin Peaks commissioned by David Lynch.
Set of pieces
He composed a set of pieces for Tomas Transtroemer (Nobel Prize in Literature 2011).
He gained his experience
He gained his experience as a double bass player playing with such orchestras as AUKSO Tychy Chamber Orchestra, The New Music Orchestra, Academic Baroque Orchestra and International Orchester Institut in Attergau under the patronage of the Wiener Philharmoniker. He worked under the baton of such conductors as R. Muti, R. Buchbinder, A. Tamayo, J. Kaspszyk,
He took parts
G. Chmura, M. Moś, M.J. Błaszczyk, Sz. Bywalec, L. Livingston, K. Penderecki, Ch. Eschenbach, Ch. Wyneken and M. Klauza. He took parts in festivals including the Open’er Festival, European Congress of Culture, Ars Cameralis Festival, Vratislavia Cantans, Warsaw Autumn, New Music Festival, EXPO Saragossa and the Cracow Film Music Festival.