Andrzej Olewiński is a graduate of the J. Elsner State School of Music in Warsaw, in the class of magister Marcin Siatkowski and the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw in the class of senior lecturer Ryszard Balauszko. In 2007-2008, as a Socrates-Erasmus scholarship holder, he continued his studies at the Real Conservatorio Superior de Musica “Victoria Eugenia” in Granada under the direction of Professor Gloria Medina. During his musical education, he took participated in numerous courses and master classes taught by famous pedagogues and guitar virtuosos such as:
David Russel, Pavel Steidl, Marco Socias, Goran Krivokapic, Costas Cotsiolis and Alexander Swete. As a soloist, chamber musician and session musician, he has performed at numerous festivals in Poland and abroad.

He has collaborated with many leading orchestras such as. such as Concerto Avenna, AUKSO Chamber Orchestra of the City of Tychy, Orchestra of the National Opera, Orchestra of the National Forum for Music
Music of the Wroclaw Philharmonic, the Orchestra of the Polish Radio in Warsaw, the Orchestra of the Grand Theater in Poznan, and the Orchestra of the Beethoven Academy. In 2023, he participated in the staging of Astor Piazzolla’s tango-opera “Maria de Buenos Aires” at the National Theater in Warsaw, performing a solo electric guitar part. As a session musician, he shared the stage with many
artists: including Kasia Kowalska, Marek Piekarczyk, Kamil Bednarek, Natalia Kukulska, Kuba Badach, Muniek Staszczyk, Renata Przemyk, Igo Walaszek, Anna Wyszkoni, Mietek Szczesniak, Miroslaw Czyżykiewicz, Jacek Bonczyk, Krzysztof Cugowski, Patrycja Markowska and Magda Umer. To his credit, he has collaborated with prominent conductors and composers – Marek Moś, Jan Stokłosa, Paweł Lucewicz, Janusz Stokłosa, Mateusz Dębski, as well as Bartosz Chajdecki. The meeting with the latter resulted in the recording of soundtracks for the series: “Chyłka”, “Time of Honor”, “The Raven. Szepty słychać po zmroku”, as well as films: “Warsaw Uprising,” “I Am a Murderer,” “The Best” and “Gods.” For years he has been associated with the Warsaw theater scene. He has participated in dozens of plays staged at the Rampa Theater, Och-Theater, Polonia Theater, Studio Buffo, Ateneum Theater, Contemporary Theater and Syrena Theater.

Andrzej Olewinski is a scholarship holder of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage and a winner of numerous awards in national and international guitar competitions: 2008 – 1st place at the Edmund
Jurkowski in Tychy 2008 – Grand Prix in the International Guitar Competition in Lodz 2008 – Grand Prix in the International Guitar Competition in Yaroslavl 2008 – 2nd place in the Celedonio International Guitar Competition. Romero in Malaga (Spain) 2008 – 1st place in the Joaquin Rodrigo International Guitar Competition in Bojano (Italy) 2007 – 2nd place in the Joaquin Rodrigo International Guitar Competition in Olsztyn 2006 – 2nd place in the Czeslaw Droździewicz International Guitar Competition in Krynica 2006 – 1st place in the National Competition. Marek Sokolowski Guitar Competition in Lublin (duo category) 2005 – 2nd place in the International Guitar Competition. (duo category). Mauro Giulliani in Bari (Italy) 2005 – 1st place in the National Competition of Chamber Ensembles in Świdnica 2003 – 2nd place in the Kazimierz Sosiński International Guitar Competition in Gdansk In 2022, a solo album was released Andrzej Olewinski titled “Jigsaw Puzzles,” containing original compositions for classical and acoustic guitar. In 2023 saw the premiere of an album by the guitar duo Sir Nylon McSteel, containing compositions created by band members

Andrzej Olewinski has been teaching a guitar class at the Fryderyk Chopin in Warsaw.Since 2022, he has been a lecturer at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw. Hisalumni win laurels in national and international music competitions.

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