During his studies with Prof. Ana Chumachenco and Prof. Zakhar Bron, Lech Antonio Uszynski discovered at the age of 13 his love to the viola. Maestro Rudolf Barshai and Prof. Michel Rouilly mentored him. Lech Antonio has quickly emerged as one of the promising violists of his generation and performs worldwide as chamber musician and soloist. He performed as soloist at venues such as Konzerthaus Berlin, Liederhalle Stuttgart, Laieszhalle Hamburg, Herkulessaal Munich, Szczecin Philharmony, Tonhalle Zurich, Konzerthaus Vienna, Théâtre des Champs-Élysées and many more. He is guest at international festivals, some of which are: Schleswig-Holstein festival, Rheingau festival and Kissinger Sommer. In 2015 Lech Antonio recorded his Solo CD “Progetto Gibson” at the Warsaw Philharmonic. In the past years he is regularly invited as Guest Professor to Festivals and Conservatories.
„I have been constantly surrounded by music since my earliest childhood. Early on I developed the need to share my love of music. I am fascinated by how a composer can tell us stories through his work, and the extent to which I, as a musician, can enrich these stories by incorporating my own personal experiences. For me, the greatest thing is sharing this personal interpretation with the public. In my view, chamber music is one of the most beautiful forms of music due to the synergy that comes about through collaboration and personal fulfilment.”