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Yehudi Menuhin – recommended “for technical mastery and musicality.”
 
 
“Henryk is a flautist of unusual sensitivity; he combines the ability  to command  the listeners’ attention at all times, with his spirited rhythm and fine gradations of tone.”
Dr.Colin Kingsley,  Edinburgh
Henryk BLAZEJ – flute, graduated with honours from the Music Academy in Cracow, where he studied with Professor W. Chudziak.
He also took part in master classes with the internationally renowned flautists Jean-Pierre Rampal and James Galway. He has toured all over the world, performing in prestigious theatres and concert halls in more than 40 countries, in Europe and in the Middle and  Far East. His concerts have brought him excellent reviews, and engagements for radio and television in Poland, and in Germany, Great Britain, France and the United States. He has performed in international festivals in Europe, America, Japan and North Korea.
 
Henryk has frequently broadcast for radio and television in Poland and abroad, including a number of live concerts, and has recorded several CD’s for Dux and Inter-Art. He has performed as soloist with a number of orchestras; most recently with Teresa Kaban (piano) in the Double Concerto in D-minor by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy with the Zagreb Soloists, Liviv, Kosice, Kiev and Brno Philharmonic Orchestras, the Chmielnicky Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra, the Polish Radio NOSPR Chamber Orchestra and with the philharmonic orchestras of Karlov Vary, Lublin, Jelenia Gora, Cracow, Madrid and Salamanca. He is often invited to give lectures and Master Classes in Conservatoires in Poland, the USA, Italy and Germany, and acts as juror in international flute competitions.
In the years 1991–1995 he was the artistic director of the International Music Festivals in Sandomierz and since 1994 he has been the co-author and artistic and organizational director (together with Teresa Kaban) of the annual International Festivals of Found Music in Tarnów.
In 2016, he received the Honorary Award of the City of Tarnów for his artistic work and was awarded by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage with the badge "Meritorious for Polish Culture".
 
  • W.A.Mozart - 6 Sonatas KV 10 -15,
  • „Polish favourites” (pieces by polish composers of XIX i XX c),
  • „F.Mendelssohn - Double concerto in d-minor”
  • „Solo and in duo"
  • „Cantabile and Presto"
  • „Taste of Poland”