Marcin Dylla

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Marcin Dylla
Born (1976-06-06)June 6, 1976
Chorzów, Poland
Genres Classical
Occupation(s) Musician
Instruments Classical guitar
Labels Naxos
Website www.marcindylla.com

Marcin Dylla is a Polish classical guitarist who has won over fifteen international classical guitar competitions.

He was born in Chorzów, Poland, and took lessons at the Ruda Slaska Music Conservatory. He attended the Music Academy of Katowice, and academies in Basel, Freiburg, and Maastricht. His teachers included Oscar Ghiglia, Carlo Marchione, and Sonja Prunnbauer.[1]

In 2007, he won the gold medal at the international hosted by the Guitar Foundation of America in Los Angeles, California. He won first place in the following international guitar competitions:

  • 1996 Edmund Jurkowski memorial, Tychy (Poland)
  • 1997 Tredrez-Locquemeau (France)
  • 1998 Karl Scheit, Vienna (Austria)
  • 1999 Liechtenstein
  • 2000 Alhambra International Guitar Competition, Valencia (Spain)
  • 2000 Concorso Internazionale di Chitarra di Gargano, Gargnano (Italy)
  • 2001 Forum Gitarre, Vienna (Austria)
  • 2001 Sernancelhe (Portugal)
  • 2001 Michele Pittaluga International Classical Guitar Competition, Alassandria (Italy)
  • 2002 Joaquin Rodrigo, Madrid (Spain)
  • 2000 Almeria (Spain)
  • 2002 Crete (Greece)
  • 2002 H.R.H. Princess Cristina, Madrid (Spain)
  • 2003 Markneukirchen (Germany)
  • 2003 Rene Bartoli, Aix-en-Provence (France)
  • 2004 JoAnn Falletta International Guitar Concerto Competition, Buffalo, New York
  • 2004 Printemps de la Guitare, Charleroi (Belgium)
  • 2006 Aranda de Duero (Spain)
  • 2007 Guitar Foundation of America, Los Angeles, California

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  1. ^ "Marcin Dylla – Classical guitar". Marcin Dylla. Retrieved 5 December 2016. 

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