Pianist and composer Mateusz Rettner enjoys a career as successful as it is diverse. In his recitals he often couples works from the standard repertoire with less known pieces and includes new works, many of them written especially for him.
His most recent successes include receiving the Mercers’ Arts Award, 1st prize in the Collaborative Piano category of the Brooks-van der Pump English Song Competition and an honorable mention in the the Euregio Piano Award Competition.
Mateusz Rettner’s performance career as a soloist and chamber musician has taken him to some of the most prestigious venues in the UK as well as Poland, Germany and the United States, such as: St. John’s Smith Square, Ambika P3, Chopin Museum in Warsaw, Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall in London.
Recent highlights include: the premiere of his opera Eurydice at the Britten Theatre in London as well as giving the first performances of seven works commissioned by his new-music group La Tache Ensemble.
Mateusz has obtained a Master’s Degree (with distinction) from the Royal College of Music, London where he studied as an RCM Award Holder supported by a Jenny Marsh ChapmanMemorial Award as well as a Nina Polani Award.