Professor at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw. In 2016 he was elected deputy vice- rector at that University. As a versatile artist open to many styles and forms of expression, he is one of the few saxophone players to be active as a high-class performer in all the three 1ields: of classical, jazz and pop music. His unique contributions to the composition and promotion of Polish music for that instrument include about a dozen Polish and foreign premieres every year. More than 70 works have been written specially for him. In this number there are more than a dozen pieces with orchestra (by e.g. Saxophone Concerto by Penderecki). He also promotes Polish music by publishing a score series of his own name (The Paweł Gusnar Collection). 2018 saw the publication of his edition of Orchestral Studies for Saxophone. Gusnar gives performances in prestigious philharmonic and chamber music venues in Poland and abroad. The artist regularly collaborates with numerous symphony orchestras including Warsaw Philharmonic, Sinfonia Varsovia and the Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra as well as jazz and pop bands such as Krzysztof Herdzin’s Big-Band. His discography comprises more than 50 CDs.