Graduated from the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw, where he studied clarinet with Mirosław Pokrzywiński (2015), Grzegorz Wołczański honed his skills in master classes taught by such artists as Michel Lethiec, Florent Héau, Julian Bliss, Ernesto Molinari, David Minetti, Stephen Williamson, Aleksander Romański, and Andrzej Godek.
Grzegorz Wołczański has garnered numerous accolades during his career, including first prizes in a number of Polish and international competitions. He has also held scholarships from the Minister of Culture and National Heritage (on four occasions) and the Young Poland Programme (the National Centre for Culture), as well as the John Paul II Scholarship of the City of Warsaw (the Centre for the Thought of John Paul II).
He has performed as a soloist as well as a chamber and orchestral musician in France, Switzerland, Greece, Russia, Hungary, Ukraine, China and in Poland. He has collaborated with numerous ensembles, including the Warsaw Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra, Sinfonia Varsovia, the Polish Radio Orchestra in Warsaw, Sinfonia Iuventus, and the Polish Air Force Representative Orchestra.
Since 2017, he has been a member and soloist of the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, with whom he has played both in Poland’s most famous concert halls as well as abroad on tours around Japan, China, South Korea, Great Britain and other countries.
As a soloist, he has been accompanied by the Warsaw Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra, the Artur Malawski Podkarpacie Philharmonic Orchestra in Rzeszów, the Chopin University Symphony Orchestra and Chopin University Wind Ensemble, the Polish Air Force Representative Orchestra in Poznań, the Neues Orchester Basel and the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, with whom he has collaborated twice as a soloist in performances of Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto in A Major during the 2018/2019 concert season.