Teremiski Horn Camp

Teremiski Horn Camp is a workshop, where passion to music and fascination to nature are connected. Organized in climatic Teremiski village located in the heart of last preserved primeval forest in Europe – Bialowieza Forest – courses are great possibility to artistic growth and chillout in the bosom of nature.

Young, talented musicians are lead by prominent polish horn players – Jacek Muzyk (Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra), Igor Szeligowski (London Symphony Orchestra, National Opera in Warsaw), Czesław Czopka (Wroclaw Philharmonic) who not only give lessons and lectures, but also spend their free time with Camp participants chatting by the fire, touring forests, playing football.

Finished by one of a kind concert in the Barn Theatre, where music of Bach and Mozart is performed on the old, wooden stage Teremiski Horn Camp is the best opportunity for an active vacation. I Art Management supports and helps in organization of this musical venture.

Tutors

Igor Szeligowski

Igor Szeligowski earned his masters degree at the Frederic Chopin University of Music in Warsaw. He continued his education during the International Horn Workshop at Eastman School of Music in Rochester (USA) supervised by – William ver Meulen, James Decker, Charles Kavalovsky and James Tchather. During his career he toured with Grammy Award winning Polish Festival Orchestra founded by Krystian Zimerman, Sinfonia Varsovia, Teatro Municipal de Chile, Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra, Warsaw Philharmonic, Polish Radio Orchestra, Sinfonietta Cracovia performing under the baton of such prominent conductors as Valery Gergiev, Lorin Maazel, Claudio Abbado, sir Simon Rattle, Daniel Harding or Krzysztof Urbański. On a daily basis he works as a soloist in Warsaw National Opera and London Symphony Orchestra. He teaches in Academy of Music in Poznań.

Jacek Muzyk

Jacek Muzyk earned his master’s degree at the Mannes College of Music in New York City studying under David Jolley. He continued his education at the Juilliard School of Music under William Purvis and at Rice University in Houston, Texas under William VerMeulen. He played with the Houston Grand Opera and the Dallas Symphony before being appointed the Principal Horn with the Buffalo Philharmonic. He made guest appearances with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the Houston Symphony, Pittsburgh Symphony, Saint Louis Symphony, Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra and other orchestras in the USA, Asia, Europe, and South America, often performing as a guest soloist. After winning the Associate Principal Horn position with the Houston Symphony and performing there for a year, Mr. Music decided to go back to Buffalo and continues as Principal Horn for the Buffalo Philharmonic. He teaches in Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY.