Representation: Slovakia | Czech republic
Contact: Mgr. Martin Gasparovic
Highlights during the 2019/2020 season include debuts with the Kraków Philharmonic Orchestra and the Pomeranian Philharmonic Orchestra in Bydgoszcz among others. Moreover, Paweł Kapuła returns to the Musical Theatre in Gdynia for a series of spectacles of the Polish opera The supposed miracle, or Cracovians or Highlanders by Jan Stefani. He will also participate in the 7th International Competition of Young Conductors Lovro von Matačić in Zagreb as one of the sixteen invited conductors.
In the 2018/2019 season Paweł Kapuła was the finalist of the Seattle Symphony Orchestra audition, prepared an opera premiere in the Musical Theatre in Gdynia directed by a prominent Polish director Michał Zadara - The supposed miracle, or Cracovians or Highlanders by Jan Stefani and conducted more than 20 performances of that work afterwards. He also recorded his debut CD with Sinfonia Varsovia and returned to conducting concerts with the Warsaw National Philharmonic Orchestra. In addition, together with the Polish Radio Orchestra he made archival recordings for the Polish Radio. Moreover, he also appeared again with the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra in Katowice, Sinfonia Varsovia, and debuted with the Polish Orchestra Sinfonia Iuventus.
For three consecutive season 2016-2019, Pawel Kapula worked as Assistant Conductor at the Warsaw Philharmonic, where as assistant to the orchestra's Music and Artistic Director, Jacek Kaspszyk, he conducted concerts with the orchestra, assisted in recordings, did preparatory work for concerts and recordings and participated in educational projects.
He made his conducting debut with the Warsaw Philharmonic in December 2016, when he stepped in for Maestro Stanislaw Skrowaczewski. The concert received much critical and public acclaim. Since then he has conducted more than 17 concerts with the Warsaw National Philharmonic Orchestra. In March 2017 he debuted with the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra in Katowice. In June of the same year he was actively involved in the Warsaw Philharmonic's recording project with Yundi Li, winner of the 14th International Chopin Piano Competition.