"I see the guitar as a completely new instrument with no boundaries at all." - Marcin Patrzalek
From an Internet star to a SONY artist. Ever since he created an authentic sensation and won the hearts of the audience during the 2019 edition of “America's Got Talent“, Marcin Patrzałek became world-famous. The young Pole is one of the most extraordinary guitar virtuosos of our time. In a breath-taking mix of fingerstyle, flamenco technique and percussion elements, he literally makes his instrument sound like an entire orchestra. Nothing seems to be impossible for Marcin. He transports classical guitar pieces into a whole new dimension, updates piano sonatas or symphonies by Ludig van Beethoven and presents himself performing laid back dance tracks in videoclips he produces on his own.
Marcin's career began in his home country, when he won the first prize in the 9th season of "Must Be The Music Poland". The then 15-year-old had only been playing his instrument for five years and was the first soloist ever to win such a format, on Polish television.
He was subsequently promoted by the RMF FM radio station and released his first album HUSH, which included his arrangement of Issac Albéniz's "Asturias". The video of his interpretation was published by CandyRat.
Marcin's popularity grew on the Internet, where his videos have been viewed over 80 million times – among his greatest successes are his version of Beethoven's Symphony No. 5, his interpretation of "Toxicity" (System of a Down) and Paganini's Caprice No. 24. In 2018, he became an endorsing artist of the famous guitar manufacturer Ibanez and won the Italian edition of the talent show "Tú sí que vales".
Marcin started playing the guitar at the age of ten, during a holiday workshop with the classical guitarist Jerzy Pikor. He then took lessons in flamenco guitar with Carlos Pinana, was inspired by the style of Piotr Restecki and auto-didactically expanded his skills. Marcin integrated his great love for percussion into his unique playing technique.
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