Born in Poland, Przemek Dembski is a concert pianist, chamber musician and piano teacher. After graduating with distinction from the Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice (Poland) he moved to UK and became a postgraduate student at the Royal College of Music in London. In 2010-2012 he was following the Master’s Programme in Performance course, studying with professor Kevin Kenner and Niel Immelman. In July 2012 Przemek was awarded Master of Performance degree with distinction. During his postgraduate studies Przemek was generously supported by the Royal College of Music Scholarship.
Przemek’s performances have take him to many European countries and venues as a laureate and participant of many competitions and festivals both for solo and chamber musicians. The most important appearances included: Steinway Hall and Royal Albert Hall – Elgar Room in London, Polish Cultural Institute in Madrid, Polish Cultural and Social Institute in London, Conservatorie de Paris and many others.
As a solo performer and chamber musician he has performed in masterclasses with many famous pianists such as Joseph Banovetz, Bruno Canino, Therese Fahy, Kevin Kenner, Aleksei Orlovetsky, Dhang Thai Son, Anthony Spiri, Joseph Stanford, Adam Wodnicki also participating in the courses led by Mitsuko Uchida, Alfred Brendel and John Lill.
Because of reception of his performances and artistic achievements, Przemek is a holder of many prestigious awards and prizes both in Poland and UK. The most important include: The Managing Director’s Special Award – Jaques Samuel Piano Competition (2012), The Philip Carne Foundation Prize- RCM Competition “Ensemble with Piano”, The Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage Scholarship (2009), The Polish Prime Ministry Scholarship (2004, 2005, 2006) to name just a few.
As a part of his artistic activity Przemek many years of teaching experience. His method is highly appreciated both by students and parents, mainly because of the individualised approach tailored particularly for every single student. The natural way of dealing with technical problems (based on Chopin’s method and Alexander Technique) and imaginative and passionate approach to interpretation based on analysis of the score and composer’s style are factors making his teaching extremely efficient and interesting. The piano improvisation elements are included as an integral part of learning process. Przemek, is delighted to have been given the opportunity to share his style of teaching with Windsor Piano School.