Polish born flautist-composer Michal Rosiak is an accomplished musician of exceptional versatility. He is a recipient of the Polish Ministry of Culture Scholarship, and he gave his debut as a composer and a soloist in the age of 17 by performing his composition “Adagio & Scherzo” for flute and orchestra with the Silesian Philharmonic Orchestra in Katowice, Poland.
Michal Rosiak has been a Principal Flautist with the Opole Philharmonic Orchestra in Poland and a member of Esprit Flute Trio. In Australia, he has been a Represented Artist by the Australian Music Centre since 2011. Michal has been performing as guest flautist with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra, Adelaide Art Orchestra, the Queensland Pops Orchestra and Camerata of St. John’s. Michal has also been a regular guest flautist and composer at the Australian Flute Festival in Canberra, Adelaide and Sydney.
In January 2013, his two compositions “Angry Tunes” and “Swinging Metamorphosis” were selected for performance upon “a call for flute quartet scores” and presented during the 26th Pacific Northwest Music Conference in Bellevue/WA, U.S.A. Michal has extensive experience in conducting various instrumental ensembles. During his career in Poland he was appointed as a Flute Teacher and Woodwind Coordinator at the Chopin School of Music in Opole. In Australia, Michal has taught the flute and woodwind ensembles in several schools in South Australia and Queensland.
His music has been performed in Poland, Germany, Great Britain, Switzerland, Belgium, Russia, United States, New Zealand and Australia and has also been broadcast by ABC Classic.
Currently Michal is undergoing his doctoral candidature at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University in Brisbane, Australia.
Michal is a self-published composer and his publications can be found on his website,