Piotr Jasiurkowski (born 1987) is a Concert Violinist and Classical Violin teacher at Conservatorium Maastricht.
Piotr Jasiurkowski has won various prizes at international competitions. He has performed as a soloist with orchestras such as: Sinfonia Varsovia, Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, Lithuanian State Symphony Orchestra, Korean Chamber Ensemble and has given recitals and concerts in Europe (for example at The Concertgebouw, Amsterdam), Asia (including The Great Concert Hall in Seoul Arts Center) and Africa (Cairo Opera House, Egypt). In 2006 he received the Prize of the Minister of Culture of the Republic of Poland for the most prominent young artists and in 2007 was awarded the prestigious two-year Huygens Scholarship in the Netherlands, which was extended for another two years in 2009 due to outstanding achievements. In 2015 Piotr Jasiurkowski was named the Polish person of the year in the Netherlands in the culture category (Polonus 2015).
From 1998 onwards, Piotr Jasiurkowski studied in the violin class of Prof. Robert Szreder at the
Conservatorium Maastricht. During his studies Piotr received lessons from V. Repin, H. Krebbers, Y.Kless and A. Suwanai In 2011 he graduated summa cum laude with a Master’s degree with distinction in Violin Performance. Shortly after graduating he was appointed teacher of violin at Conservatorium Maastricht.
Piotr Jasiurkowski plays a “Frans Mortelmans” Jean-Babtiste Vuillaume violin from 1860, which is kindly loaned by the Dutch National Instrument Foundation (Nationaal Muziekinstrumenten Fonds).