Cellist. He studied in Cologne and in Berlin B. Pergamenschikov's class. He is the winner of international competitions, among others in Cologne, Munich and New York. He plays the cello constructed by Antonio Stradivari in 1717.
A cellist who studied in Cologne and Berlin. He has won many international competitions and was named in the 'Ten Top Cellists 2000' published by Bow&String magazine.
The artist released three records and recorded for TV and radio stations throughout Europe. He gives many concerts in European countries as well as in Asia and America. He was invited as a guest to a cello symposium in Essen with participation of Mścisław Rostropowicz. The artist's position on international music market was confirmed by putting his name on the prestigious list "Ten Top Cellists 2000" published by the magazine "Bow&String".
"Adam Klocek possesses perfect technique and never-failing intonation, and Stradivarius emits intensive, deep and ranging sound. Remarkable personality and artistic imagination definitely distinguish him from among a broad group of young artists playing at concerts. The great spontaneous and intense emotionality is combined with perfect, well considered construction of the composition form and with creation of tensions. The cellist's interpretations sound very individual, but always refined. Listening to Adam Klocek's performances gives you an impression of listening to an old master, who 'already knows so much'." ("Sueddeutsche Zeitung")
Prepared in April 2002.