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Preludium, Fuga i Ciaccona C-dur- Buxtehude 1637 1707

Choral Vater unser im IGB 24- Böhm 1698 1733

Improvisation – Italian Concerto- Szostak 1980 

Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland BWV 659 & BWV 661- Bach 1685 1750

Passacaglia in C minor BWV 582- Bach 1685 1750

Improvisation- Symphonic Variations on a well-known tune- Szostak 1980 

Nocturne E flat Major, Op. 9, No. 2- Chopin 1810 1849

5th Symphony, Allegro con brio, Op. 67- Beethoven 1770 1827

Andante Chœur de voix humaines, Op. 122, No. 7- Lefébure-Wély 1817 1869

Improvisation- Organ Symphony: Prelude-Cantabile-Scherzo-Toccata- Szostak 1980

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Michał Szostak is an organist, improviser, and researcher. Born in 1980 in Poland he gained his Doctor of Musical Arts in Organ Performance from the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music, Warsaw and has studied in Poland, Italy (Pontificio Istituto Ambrosiano di Musica Sacra in Milan) and the UK. 

As an international concert organist, he performs dozens of recitals annually in Europe, North America, South America, Asia, and Africa. His organological publications are issued regularly by organ magazines in Britain- “The Organ”, Canada- “Organ Canada” and America- “The Diapason” and “The Vox Humana”. 

Michał is a member of The Royal College of Organists, London, The American Guild of Organists, and The Organ Historical Society in the USA. He is the former Music Director and Principal Organist at the Sanctuary of the Virgin Mary in Licheń Stary (the largest organ in Poland 157/6M+P) on which he has recorded CDs. 

In addition to his musical studies, Michał also completed his Masters and PhD studies in management (Leon Koźmiński University, Warsaw) and is an Associate Professor at the University of Social Sciences and Collegium, Civitas where he conducts interdisciplinary research at the interface between management and art and didactic activities and for many years has been a business practitioner in an international environment. 

For more information visit his website: www.michalszostak.org.