One of the most outstanding virtuosos of baroque violine, Zbigniew Pilch is an artist of broad interests encompassing instrumental music from the 16th till the 20th century, with a special focus of virtuoso violin music. He plays the Baroque and modern violins, the viola, and the viola d’amore. He performs concerts as a soloist, chamber player, and conductor. He graduated from the Instrumental Faculty of Cracow Music Academy, where his master was Zbigniew Szlezer. At the same time, he specialized in Baroque violin with Zygmunt Kaczmarski. He leads an active concert life across Europe and all over the world. For many years he was a member of the Sinfonietta Cracovia and has been concertmaster of the Wrocław Baroque Orchestra ever since its founding. As a soloist he collaborates with the Warsaw Chamber Opera and the Warsaw Camerata. Zbigniew Pilch already has a rich phonographic output. In 2019, he obtained a postdoctoral degree. He is a lecturer at Wrocław and Cracow Music Academies, where he runs the Baroque violin and the Baroque viola classes, as well as teaching master classes during the Varmia Musica Festival in Lidzbark Warmiński.