Pawel Zuzanski was born in 1977 in Kielce, Poland. At the age of twelve, he debuted with The Kielce Philharmonic Orchestra performing the concerto in A minor by J. S. Bach. He studied with prof. Zenon Ploszaj at the Music Academy in Lodz, Poland and prof. Adam Kostecki at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Hannover, Germany. His chamber music formation he received from Hatto Beyerle and Gerrit Zitterbart. He continues to refine his musical skills by working regularly with Shmuel Ashkenasi, Elmar Budde, David Harrington, Eckart Heiligers, Erich Höbarth, Joseph Kalichstein, Avedis Kouyoumjian, Johannes Meissl and Christoph Richter.
In 2003 Zuzanski established the 'Andrzej Panufnik Trio' with which he won Charles Hennen Chamber Music Competition. With the trio he is a welcome guest at internationally renowned festivals such as 'Kalkalpen Musik Festival' (Austria), 'Trondheim Chamber Music Festival' (Norway), 'Festival Pablo Casals Prades' (France), 'Easter and Pentecost Festival' in Lucca (Italy) and performed extensively throughout Europe. In 2005 the ensemble became a member of the European Chamber Music Academy and in 2006 it has been honoured with the "Märkischer Kreis" Award.
Moreover, between 1999-2001 Zuzanski took part in a stage production of "The Fiddler on the Roof" directed by Jan Szurmiej, in which he acted the role of the Fiddler as well as played the violin part.
As a leader of the 'Polish Camerata Chamber Orchestra', 'Chopin Soloists Chamber Orchestra', 'Chamber Philharmonic Europe' and 'New Philharmonic Orchestra Cologne' he toured throughout Europe, South America, Australia and New Zealand as well performed as soloist at 'Vendsyssel Festival' (Denmark), 'Berliner Sommerklassik Festival' (Germany), Sydney Opera House and Paladium in Malmø (Sweden).
He is artistic director of the chamber music concert series 'Rathausklassik' in Höxter, NRW and concertmaster of the 'Joseph Haydn Chamber Philharmonic'.