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"Krzysztof Jablonski is the greatest talent in Polish piano playing since Krystian Zimerman. A native of Wroclaw, and citizen of the world, he is an attraction at the most prestigious concert halls, from Warsaw to New York"
Luna Music, Wroclaw, Poland

"The Star Is Born"
Israel, Yedioth Ahronoth

"This was pianistic power of a very high magnitude"
The New York Times

"With Soul In Fingers"
Denmark, Copenhagen, Weekend Arisen

"(...) His Soul And The Piano Are One"
Israel, Ma'Ariv

Photo: Andrzej Swietlik

What the critics say...


  • (...) Mr. Jablonski played elegantly and with unshakeable interpretative control (...) His fastidiousness was a virtue, and left one admiring the transparency of his textures and his ability to build interpretations that had a clear, logical shape. (…) The New York Times


  • POLISH PIANIST'S CHOPIN PROGRAM EXCITES CROWD (...) It was an intoxicating recital, pure bliss from start to finish. (...) Jablonski is a pianist to remember, a talent that soars above the norm. (…) the maturity of his sensitivity is remarkable. His technique is perfect (…) The Palm Beach Post


  • (...) Jablonski's healthy way of capturing the profile that gives a piece of music its character reminds me a little of the late Arthur Rubinstein. The Herald, Miami


  • It might sound like faint praise to say that Krzysztof Jablonski, the young Polish pianist who gave a recital (…) was notable chiefly for his unfaltering command of the keyboard. But this was pianistic power of a very high magnitude; (…) Not even the flashiest run was played for display; everything was stitched into an intelligent musical whole. (…) This was a significant and memorable recital. The New York Times


  • There was fire in the playing of the Polish pianist, Krzysztof Jablonski in the National Concert Hall last night. (...) In terms of keyboard facility, there haven't been many players heard in Dublin in recent years to rival this still-young Pole. There was a lot to admire in the keyboard wizardry of this 25-year-old's recital (…) Ireland, Irish Times

  • (...) His soul and the piano are one (...) Israel, Ma'ariv

  • THE STAR IS BORN (...) the public started to clap in the middle of the recital of Jablonski. Finally, there is an artist for the Rubinstein competition and not only a pianist. (...) When Jablonski plays he is never screaming; his Haydn Sonata turned to be an event of tension. His Liszt - beautiful colors of the piano, his magnificent Chopin's pieces will stay long in memory. Israel, Yedioth Ahronoth

  • It was an intoxicating recital, pure bliss from start to finish. (...) Jablonski is a pianist to remember, a talent that soars above the norm. (…) the maturity of his sensitivity is remarkable. His technique is perfect (…) The Palm Beach Post

  • (...) Jablonski's Beethoven: Concerto No. 3 in C minor, Op. 37, epitomized the perfection of marble-austere objectivity, classic in polish, romantic in temperament. With a powerful and flawless touch, he carved regal phrases and carefully planned climaxes, in which every note found its place in the overall structure, and each was a pearl. Not a gesture was wasted or ill considered, even in his stage presence. (...) Israel, The Jerusalem Post

  • (…) Melodies, harmonic textures and structural shades were translated into real artistic processes demonstrating virtuosity and sparkling beauty, such as few of his generation are masters of (...) Israel, Ha'Aretz


  • (…) Jablonski revealed himself to be not only a glistening star, but also a mature artist (...) Israel, Yediot Acharanot


  • (…) It was spectacular music and music-making that made this night a winner. First was pianist Krzysztof Jablonski's immaculate performance of the First Piano Concerto of F. Chopin. From his opening notes, Jablonski was authoritative, clear and wonderfully free of affectations (…) captivating performance (…) Edmonton Journal


 

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