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Dominik Przywara

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Dominik Przywara

Dominik Przywara

Dominik Przywara (born 15 July 1983), is a Polish violinist and entrepreneur. Married to Magdalena Zachara on 16/07/2016 And in Krakow, Poland.

Early Life and Education[edit]

Przywara was born and raised in Krakow, Poland

From an early age of 6 years, he took violin lessons at theólnokształcąca_Szkoła_Muzyczna_I_st._im._I.J._Paderewskiego_w_Krakowie , well-known for its training of musically-gifted children.

He continued his education at elite high schools with musical profile: “Państwowa Ogólnokształcąca Szkoła Muzyczna II stopnia im. Fryderyka Chopina w Krakowie" ( ) and at “Państwowa Szkoła Muzyczna II stopnia im. Władysława Żeleńskiego w Krakowie” ( )

From 2003-2008, Przywara enrolled at the prestigious Academy of Music in Krakow and studied violin under Professor Piotr Tarcholik (then concertmaster of the Polish National Radio and Symphony Orchestra).   Przywara joined the Orchestra of the Academy of Music and played under the direction of renowned conductors including Krzysztof Penderecki ( ), Helmuth Rilling ( ), Gabriel Chmura ( ) and many other world-class conductors.


In 2009, Przywara was appointed the first violinist at Podlaska Opera and Philharmonic in Bialystok, Poland, and toured regularly throughout Europe from 2009-2011.  In 2011, Przywara founded Kultura Nie Chaltura, a non-profit organisation through which he produced chamber concerts and other cultural events.  From 2011-2013, Przywara produced more than 200 chamber concerts in Gdansk and Warsaw and he performed as the first violinist.

In 2014, Przywara relocated to Sydney, Australia, where he founded the Menomosso String Quartet and produced a series of concerts at the Justice and Police Museum at Circular Quay.  

From 2017-2019  Przywara undertook specially-tailored postgraduate studies under Andrew Haveron  ( ) (concertmaster of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra - ), receiving his Masters of Fine Arts from the Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Sydney. 

In 2017, Przywara performed the Australia Music Examination Board (AMEB) violin syllabus for a Peta Piano recording project at Underwood Studios that was produced by Craig Field. 

in 2018, Przywara was invited to record a studio album featuring the works of Australian composer Alan Griffith that was co-produced by Sony Japan and Sony Australia.  Concurrently, he worked in collaboration with pianist Nicholas Young to record Przywara’s debut album “Great Violin Works” which was released in September 2021 via Apple Music, Spotify,  YouTube Music and 150 other music streaming services. 

In 2016, Przywara established Strings Embassy, an independent music school, on Sydney’s North Shore. Przywara is the head teacher of violin studies and employs other local teaching artists to accommodate enrolment demands. 


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