Pianist Artur Haftman was born in Poland in 1994 and is currently studying for a Master of Performance at the Royal College of Music in London with Professor Dmitri Alexeev. At the same time he is studying at the La Schola Cantorum in Paris with Professor Maurizio Moretti. He began playing the piano at the age of seven studying with Ewa Kubiak-Kubacka and later with Jolanta Reszelska. At the Royal College of Music he is the recipient of the prestigious Kenneth and Violet Scott Award. He is also supported by Drake Calleja Trust, Talent Unlimited Musical Charity, The Hanna and Zdzislaw Broncel Charitable Trust and “Konfraternia Artystów Polskich”.

Artur has participated in masterclasses with renowned pianists such as Russell Sherman and Janina Fialkowska.
Artur is the winner of numerous international competitions including First Prize in the International Music Competition “Musicaclassica” in Moscow (2012), 7th International Chopin Competition in Narva – Estonia (2010), “Gold Parnas” (The Grand Prize) at International Piano Forum “Bieszczady bez granic” in Sanok (2013).
He made his début performance with an orchestra at the age of eight and then when sixteen performed Chopin’s Piano Concerto No 2.

Artur Haftman has presented solo recitals across the UK, Poland, France, Estonia, Lithuania and Slovakia. He recently performed in Steinway Hall, St Martin-in-the-Fields and St Mary’s Perivale in London and in Delbridge Hall in Walnut Hill School for the Arts in Boston. His recent projects included duo recital in Italy with violinist Sania Lin.
Artur is known to play for numerous charitable concerts as his contribution to philanthropy.


Artur Haftman’s Attack of Beauty
by David Moran

I don’t believe I’ve ever heard a young pianist in concert whose sound and initial attacks were as lovely and rounded as that of the Pole Artur Haftman. Maybe only Murray Perahia 40-plus years ago was as ear-opening. Sonically, Haftman’s recital Friday night in the Foundation for the Chinese Performing Arts 26th Annual Music Festival at Walnut Hill stands as a piano high point of the last few years, but it was top-drawer in many other aspects as well.

Fragment of Artur Haftman’s review from The Boston Musical Intelligencer from 30th July 2017.




Artur Haftman received Jellinek Prize after winning Guildford Concerto Competition.

Artur Haftman’s Attack of Beauty

Second Prize and an Audience Award in the Music Club of London Competition

Upcoming Concerts

16th September 2018 – Recital at the American Catherdral in Paris

22nd and 23rd September 2018 – Recitals at the Polish Embassy in London as a part of London Open House

30th September 2018 – Concert with Chamber Soloists of Europe Orchestra in Bevagna (Italy)

1st October – Recital in the Polish Hearth Club in London

3rd October – Recital in Stargard in Poland

14th-20th October – Piano Duo tour in Poland with Dimitris Daskalakis

5th November – Recital in the Culture Centre in Stargard in Poland

14th November – Recital in Polish Hearth Club in London


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