Pawel Jaworski

Award: Postgraduate Award

Year: 2018

Genre: Classical

Instrument/voice type: Clarinet

Location: Royal Conservatoire of Scotland

Pawel Jaworski is 26 years old and was born in Swidnik, Poland. He started his musical education at the Karol Lipinski School of Music in Lublin and continued his studies at the Academy of Music in Gdansk, Poland.
In 2017 Pawel graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RCS) with a Bachelor of Music Degree with Honours. He was awarded an RCS Trust Postgraduate Scholarship to commence his Masters of Music Performance at the Conservatoire in September last year, studying clarinet with John Cushing (former RSNO Principal) and bass clarinet with Heather Nicoll. 
Throughout his studies Pawel has participated in masterclasses with Alessandro Carbonare, Florent Heau, Julian Bliss, Michael Collins, Kari Kriikku and Maximiliano Martin.

During his time at the RCS Pawel has played principal clarinet in the Conservatoire’s prestige wind ensemble, Stevenson Winds and has featured as soloist with the RCS Wind Orchestra. He has performed Mozart’s ‘Gran Partita’ with Scottish Chamber Orchestra Winds, which was broadcast by BBC Radio 3 as part of the ‘Scots in Glasgow’ series and also successfully auditioned to participate in the Royal Scottish National Orchestra apprenticeship scheme.

Professional engagements include performing in the Edinburgh International Festival, engagements with Bearsden, Paisley, and Helensburgh Oratorio Choirs, and the Ulster Orchestra. Pawel was also a clarinet tutor at the Harrogate Summer Clarinet Course 2017. 
Recently Pawel had pleasure to become Help Musician UK Postgraduate Award holder.