Wojciech Myrczek is an award-winning jazz vocalist born in 1987. Since he has been raised in the family of musicians, his musical journey has begun early with learning cello-playing basics. During college he has turned his interests to jazz and graduated from The Academy of Music in Katowice (Poland) in the class of jazz singing. He developed soon remarkable skills in scat improvisation supported by his vivid harmonic imagination. In his music Myrczek refers to both instrumental approach to human voice as well as crooning tradition.
• 1st Prize and The Public Prize of the 11th SHURE Montreux Jazz Voice
Competition (Switzerland, 2013)
• Grand Prix of „Jazz Voices 2011” (Lithuania)
• Individual Prize of "Lotos Jazz Festival - Bielska Zadymka Jazzowa 2010”
• 1st Prize of „International Meeting of Jazz Vocalist in Zamość 2007” (Poland)
• "Vocalist of a Year 2019" - Jazz Forum magazine readers pool
• "Vocalist of a Year 2018" - Jazz Forum magazine readers pool
• "Vocalist of a Year 2017" - Jazz Forum magazine critics pool
• "Vocalist of a Year 2016" - Jazz Forum magazine readers pool
• "Vocalist of a Year 2015" - Jazz Forum magazine readers pool
• "Grand Prix Jazz Melomani 2014" - New Hope
• Award for cultural service founded by Mayor of Czechowice-Dziedzice (Poland,2014)
• Award for cultural service by District of Bielsko (Poland)
Albums (as a lider):
• "Love Revisited" - Myrczek & Tomaszewski (2013) [listen]
• "We'll be together again" - Wojciech Myrczek Quintet (2010)
During his career Myrczek worked with Tomasz Stańko, Jan „Ptaszyn” Wróblewski, Henryk Miśkiewicz, Anna Serafińska, Michael „Patches” Stewart, „Camerata Silesia” Katowice City Singers Ensemble and many others. He performed on many international jazz festivals, i.e. Montreux Jazz Festival (Switzerland), The Hague Jazz (Holland), Brisbane Vocal Jazz Festival (Australia) , Green Town of Jazz (Poland), BlueBoat (Germany), Emanacje (Poland), Kolory Polski (Poland) , Sofia Jazz Peak (Bulgaria), Celje International Jazz Festival (Slovenia).
Faculty member at AST National Academy of Theatre Arts in Kraków (2018 - now) and The Academy of Music in Katowice (2012 - 2019).