Weill Recial Hall at Carnegie Hall (New York, March 10, 2013):
„[...] He has excellent technical facility at his disposal, combined with a good stylistic sense and strong stage presence. [...] Though it is hard to add to the performance history of a piece like this, with Rubinstein, Argerich, and countless other greats (followed by Kissin, Yundi Li, and more), Mr. Domanowski undoubtedly has the potential to add his own special stamp. I look forward to hearing him again.”
- New York Concert Review, Rorianne Schrade
    
In 2013 EMI Classics released Tadeusz Domanowski’s first solo album „Tadeusz Domanowski - piano”, which includes works by Scarlatti, Schumann, Liszt, Prokofiev and virtuoso transcriptions by Vladimir Horowitz. The album received excellent reviews from critics: „Whoever likes great piano music and virtuosity will not be disappointed after listening to Domanowski. A splendid debut!” (Stanislaw Dybowski), „His future career of a virtuoso is certain, the instrument sounds beautiful in his hands, in a rounded tone, the lightness and proficiency of difficult parts inspires jealousy, not only recognition.” (Kacper Miklaszewski).


Tadeusz Domanowski was born in Poland. He started his artistic education at the age of nine at the Gliwice State School of Music, in the class of Professor Danuta Rafik. In 1999, he graduated from Marczella Erigina’s class at the Zenon Brzewski Secondary School of Music in Warsaw. In 2004 he graduated from the Fryderyk Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw, where he studied under Professor Andrzej Stefański. He is also a graduate of New York University, where he studied piano with prof. Deirdre O’Donohue. He continued his pianistic development on numerous master classes and private coachings with such masters like Menahem Pressler, Lazar Berman, Stephen Kovacevich, Jerome Rose, John Owings, Pavel Gililov, Vladimir Viardo, Aldona Dvarionaite.


Over the past two decades Domanowski toured extensively as soloist throughout Europe, America and Asia, performing in such prestigious venues as Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, and Lutosławski Concert Hall at the Polish Radio, Vilnius Philharmonic Hall, and Musikhalle in Hamburg. He has given recitals and performed as a soloist with symphony orchestras at numerous music festivals, including the Polish Piano Festival in Słupsk, the International Chopin Festival in Nohant (France), the Harbin Summer Music Festival (China), Martisor 2003 Music Festival in Chisinau (Moldova), the Music Festival in Bad Gandersheim (Germany), Ionio Festival Paolo Carrer (Greece), the Bebersee Festival (Germany) and at Cultural Days Festival in Frankfurt am Main.

Also active in the realm of chamber music, Domanowski appeared in festivals in Poland, Czech Republic, Sweden and USA among others. In 2000, he received an invitation from the world famous violinist and professor at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow, Marina Jashvili, to jointly present a cycle of concerts featuring Brahms’ complete works for violin and piano. Domanowski’s other chamber music partners include the Silesian Quartet and the National Philharmonic Quintet. In 2016 he was invited to perform and teach at chmber music festival „Summertrios” in Pennsylvania.   

Dedicated to promoting music by Polish composers, Domanowski appeared in a cycle of TVP Polonia programs and recorded a number of works by Beethoven, Chopin and various contemporary composers for the Polish Radio. He has also recorded for the Radio France, France 2 and the TV channel “Mezzo.” His discography includes solo album „Tadeusz Domanowski - piano” recorded for EMI classisc, „Harmony of he Struggle” which includes a world premiere recording of Piano Concerto by Marcin Błażewicz, who dedicated the work to Tadeusz Domanowski and his recent album „Eugeniusz Morawski Songs” with complete songs by Eugeniusz Morawski, recorded with mezzosoprano Agnieszka Rehlis. The album received a nomination for Fryderyk 2015 - award of the Polish Society of the Phonographic Industry.

Tadeusz Domanowski has also an active interest in education. He has been appointed as a faculty member of Frederic Chopin University in Warsaw, where he taught piano in the years of 2011 - 2013. After coming to the United States in 2013, he served as an Adjuct Faculty at New York University where he taught piano class. Currently he teaches piano at Music Education Center in Brooklyn and serves as a pianist at Precollege Division of Manhattan School of Music. He also gave numerous piano and chamber music master classes in Poland and in the United States.

Tadeusz Domanowski is also a co-founder and Chairman of the Board of The Anton Bruckner Foundation, a non-profit organization which was founded in 2009. The Foundation combines many different genres of art and its main goal is to make high culture more accessible to the broad audience. The Bruckner Foundation cooperates with many exeptional artists of the younger generation who represent various fields of art such as music, film, literature, dance, visual arts.