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Radosław Wieczorek was born in a family of musicians in 1996. He has took his first steps in playing the guitar quite early, under the tutelage of his father, Franciszek Wieczorek. He began his regular music education when he was 6 years old, studying under Małgorzata Świtacz in PSM I st. in Żory. In 2015 he graduated with an distinction from POSM II st. im. Karola Szymanowskiego in Katowice, where he was studying under Franciszek Wieczorek. Currently he is a student in the guitar class of Professor Janusz Sochacki at Academy of Music in Krakow. Radosław is a winner of numerous awards at all-Polish and international guitar competitions including:

- first prize in „II Ogólnopolskie Spotkania Gitarowe”  Elbląg (Poland, 2012)

- second prize in “Alirio Diaz” Competition in Rust (Austria, 2013)

- second prize in International Guitar Competition in Żory "Cithara Ignea" (Poland, 2014)

- first prize and Grand Prix of 5th and 6th category in "Mladi gitaristi" Competition in Dolny Kubin (Slovakia, 2017) 

As a solo performer and chamber music player he has given concerts in Poland, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Austria, Switzerland and Great Britain. Since 2013 he has been a member of Silesian Guitar Octet. He has premiered numerous works as a member of Silesian Guitar Octet (works composed by Jerzy Bauer, Krzysztof, Grzeszczak, Keiko Fujiie), in guitar duo with Michał Lazar (“Kryształ i szkło” by Maciej Jabłoński. In the academic year of 2013/2014 and 2014/2015 he grauated from the “Youth Music Academy” in Katowice, studying with Wanda Palacz and Marcin Dylla. During the academic year of 2015/2016 he was a student of Paolo Pegoraro and Adriano del Sal at Segovia Guitar Academy. He studied with Oscar Ghiglia at Chigiana Academy in Siena. Besides that, he has honed his skills at numerous masterclasses and workshops run by outstanding teachers including Carlo Marchione, Andrea Dieci, Paul Galbraith, Thomas Kirchoff, Laura Young, Margarita Escarpa, Jeremy Jouve, Gabriel Bianco, Judicaël Perroy, Łukasz Kuropaczewski, Tomasz Zawierucha, Petr Saidl, Hubert Käppel, Thomas Müller-Pering, David Russel, Giampaolo Bandini.
He was a scholarship holder from the CEA (Polish Artistic Education Center) and The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage. Radosław has collaborated magazine “Sześć Strun Świata”. He took part in activities of The Polish Children's Fund  who helps exceptionally gifted pupils and students to develop their academic interests and artistic talent.