Miłosz Sroczyński was born in Poznań (Poland) and started his piano education in the age of 5. In 2018 he completed his master degree at the Haute École de Musique in Geneva where he studied under the guidance of Cédric Pescia. Currently he studies at the Zürcher Hochschule der Künste in Zurich in the piano class of Konstantin Scherbakov. He studied also at the Hochschule für Musik, Theater und Medien in Hannover in the piano class Ewa Kupiec and Teppo Koivisto and the Paderewski Academy of Music in Poznań. He has broaden his skills as a Lied-accompanist working with Justus Zeyen, James Alexander and Christoph Berner.
He had a great chance to meet and work with artists such as Janina Fialkowska, Matti Raekallio, Dmitri Bashkirov, Emanuel Krasovsky, Paul Gulda, Piotr Machnik, Frank Lévy, Denes Varjon, Konstanze Eickhorst, Corina Belcea,
Miłosz is highly interested in historically informed performance. Constantly expanding his knowledge he has been working with Zvi Meniker and Pierre Goy.
He is a prizewinner piano competitions in Rome (3rd Prize, 2014), Alessandria ("Premio Primo Assoluto", 2015) and Nice (2nd Prize, 2015), quarterfinalist of the Honens In- ternational Piano Competition 2018 and finalist of the Clamo Piano Competition in Murcia 2019. He has been awarded several Swiss, Polish and Israeli scholarships.
Miłosz performed giving solo and chamber music recitals in Poland and across Europe - in Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, the Netherlands, UK, Italy, France. His performances were broadcasted live in Polish Radio. Only for this year he has scheduled several performances of Bach’s Goldberg Variations in major European cities (Göteborg, Hamburg, Berlin, London, Warsaw) and will appear with orchestra.