Marcin Patrzalek An Incredible Polish Classical Guitarist

Marcin Patrzalek a Polish professional guitarist. He started to play classical guitar at the early age of 10. Now, as a young adult, he has developed into an accomplished composer & musician.

When only fourteen years old in 2015 he won ‘Must Be The Music Poland’ (ninth edition). A great achievement as he’s the first and currently only solo guitarist to win such a prestigious talent competition/show. Marcin also appeared on Americas Got Talent in 2019:

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He studied classical guitar under the professional guidance of Jerzy Pikor, his teacher. Adding additional styles and techniques to his performances he learned flamenco techniques through a Spanish guitar teacher called Carlos Pinana.

After studying a few different styles and techniques he landed on his preferred style. Acoustic fingerpicking. Marcin didn’t stop there though. He started producing using his computer and combining his tech production with his acoustic guitar style. He recorded his own debut record called “HUSH”.

In 2018 Ibanez, a large world-famous guitar manufacturer from Japan asked Marcin to become one of their official endorsers for the brand. They provided him with guitars: AE900-NT and AVD80-NT models which he plays beautifully.

In 2016 he released an Album (LP) called “HUSH”. Distributed by a Polish record label “My Music” the album was released on October the 7th 2016. It featured different styles of music including 6 original tracks, 2 electronic remixes, and 2 instrumentals. Below is Marcin performing Beethoven’s 5th Symphony.

In the same year of his LP release he won the International Classical Guitar Joaquin Rodrigo Competition and was a finalist in the International Fingerstyle Competition Guitar Masters.

Below is another brilliant guitar cover, this time of Ed Sheeran’s “Shape Of You”. Marcin creates the melody and the beat brilliantly using just one guitar!

Quite a talent. If you want to see more from this awesome musician subscribe to his YouTube channel or follow him on Facebook.

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