"... Slawomir Tomasik faced a difficult task of rivaling with the last-year's performance by the famous Japanese violinist Elise Kawaguti, the winner of the Paganini Competition. The Polish violinist's rendition of J.S.Bach Chaconne D Minor was a true sensation. This complex piece, full of artistry, was full of drama in the interpretation of the violinist from Warsaw. He played with a deep, lofty sound, always underlining the apperance of the theme in the bass..."

Goslarishe Zeitung, August 27, 1986

"... A Polish violinist, Slawomir Tomasik, played with a great force of expression and with great confidence. Especcially the Polish pieces by H.Wieniawski, and K.Szymanowski were well planned in the smallest details - they were a clear musical jewels. He played beautifully and maturely, with great certainty in double stops and Octaves. He really won his audience..."

Trondheim Dagbladet, June 28, 1998

"... We have had the opportunity to listen to a very well planned and very colorful interpretation of Bela Bartok's I Raphsody performed by a young Polish violinist, Mr. Slawomir Tomasik. He played with a full and warm sound, and with a true confidence..."

Allgemeine Zeitung, September 1985

"... Mr. Tomasik is one of my best students. He is fully mature violinist, performing succesfully on the Polish stages. He fully deserves to be marked out, for his talent and artistic level he reached..."

Prof. Tadeusz Wronski
a letter to the Polish Ministry of Culture


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