Musician, journalist, trumpet teacher at the Fryderyk Chopin State Primary and Secondary Music School Complex in Opole, as well as at the Public Primary Music School in Leśnica. A graduate of the Music School in Opole and the Music Academy in Bydgoszcz in the class of Prof. Roman Gryniak as well as the University of Wrocław. He further developed his practical and pedagogical skills under the guidance of professors from European music universities, such as Klaus Schuwerk, Reinhold Friedrich, Wolfgang Bauer, Laura Vukobratovic, Konradin Groth, Igor Cecocho, and Stanisław Dziewior.
By choice and passion, a dedicated pedagogue and teacher of children and young people eager to play wind instruments, especially in wind orchestras and chamber ensembles. Conductor and co-founder of two large wind orchestras in the Opole Voivodeship: the “Leśnica” Youth Wind Orchestra and the “Kaprys” Youth Wind Orchestra, with which he has started numerous concert initiatives and projects, including the New Year’s Gala of the Youth Orchestra, holiday concerts, international exchange of youth orchestras with ensembles from Germany, Czechia, Austria, the International Parade of Wind Orchestras in Pruszków. He is involved in various developmental and educational projects with these orchestras. These include performing at orchestral festivals (Germany, Czechia, Bulgaria, Montenegro), organizing outdoor concerts promoting children and youth education through playing instruments, holding annual workshops in Zawoja, Rynia, Głuchołazy, and others, where orchestras prepare their new repertoire and refine their instrumental skills. He is also a co-founder of the TIKEA Association (Society for Cultural, Educational, and Artistic Initiatives) in Leśnica, which supports the musical activity in the region. He leads orchestras and musical ensembles, promoting local culture both in the country and abroad. In Klaudiusz Lisoń’s orchestras, there are over 150 musicians in total. He has recorded several CDs and DVDs with his ensembles. His students have had the opportunity to participate in the projects of international youth orchestras, such as the European Spirit of Youth Orchestra, the European Union Youth Orchestra Campus, the Polish-German Youth Philharmonic Orchestra, the International Lutosławski Youth Orchestra, the Santander Orchestra – both as orchestra members and soloists. His students have received awards and honorable mentions in many wind instrument competitions and auditions in Poland. Graduates, on the other hand, have been students of artistic universities in Europe (Berlin, Essen, Stuttgart, Basel, Wrocław, Kraków, Bydgoszcz). Working with young musicians is his passion and joy, which is why it is hardly surprising that it absorbs him almost completely.