Andrzej Zahorski — the director of music at a Benedictine Parish of St. Anselm in St. Louis. He received his musical education from several schools in Europe and the United States. After completing his studies of organ and piano at Joseph Elsner School of Music in his native city of Warsaw, he continued his education at the Frederick Chopin National Academy of Music (prof. Joachim Grubich), and two French conservatories: in Grenoble (prof. Pierre Perdigon) and Bordeaux (prof. Francis Chaplet). He received a Medal of Honor of the city of Bordeaux for his concert activities in that region. He completed his formal education with a doctoral degree at the Stanford University.
Zahorski participated in numerous master classes given by some of the world's most prominent artists and pedagogues such as Guilian Weir, Harold Vogel, Christopher Stembridge, Jacques van Oortmerssen and Monserrat Torrent. He lectured music theory and taught organ at the University of California at Santa Cruz, and cooperated as a musician with several churches of the San Francisco Bay Area.
Andrzej Zahorski has been active as a concert organist since his studies in Poland. He gave recitals in many European countries (Germany, France, Switzerland, Spain, Austria) and the United States. His solo engagements in France included summer concert series at the Abbey of St. Anthony, Holy Cross Church, Bordeaux (featuring the famous Dom Bedos instrument), St. Francis de Sales Cathedral, Chambery, and, recently, Orgue en Jeu festival in Lyon.