was born in 1980 in Katowice, Poland. He graduated with honours from the Wroclaw Karol Lipinski Music Academy at Professor Jerzy Mrozik’s class. For prominent achievements, he was awarded a honorary Primus Inter Pares title by the Vice-Chancellor’s Council.
He was awarded at numerous flute contests at home and abroad, including the ones in Warsaw, Cracow, Bucharest and Citta di Aversa. He has won Ministry of Culture and Art, and Silesian Voivideship scholarships. He participated in numerous master classes, perfecting his technique and interpretation under the guidance of such masters as Patrick Gallois, Andreas Adorjan, Jeanne Baxtresser, Julius Baker, Janos Balint, Miriam Nastasi, Peter-Lukas Graf.
He is an active musician. As soloist and Chamber musician, Jan Krzeszowiec took part in many festivals, including The Warsaw Autumn, Musica Polonica Nova, Musica Electronica Nova, Paweł Szymański Festival, The Silesian Quartet and their Guests, Music on the Heights, Young Artists in Cracow, Witold Lutosławski Lublin Contemporary Art Forum, Cantus Organi, Wrocław Guitar Festival, Eastern Music Festival in Greensboro (USA).
He is the member of LutosAir Quintet. Since 2001, he has been a flute soloist at Witold Lutosławski Philharmonic Orchestra in Wrocław. He collaborates with a number of ensembles, including Trio Aristos, Silesian String Quartet, Wratislavia Chamber Orchestra, Morphing Chamber Orchestra, Polish Chamber Philharmonic, The New Music Orchestra, Leopoldinum Chamber Orchestra, Filmharmony Orchestra.
At present, he teaches at the Music Academy he had graduated from. Since 2007, he has been Vice-President of the Polish Flute Players Society.