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Naturally his instrumental study was complemented with work in chamber music groups and orchestral experience. Thus Jedrzej Górski attended the Orchestra Academy of Nordrhein Westfalen , as well as that of the Munich Philharmonic, belonged to the German Chamber Academy in Neuss am Rhein and gave concerts with the contrabass quartet "Bass Partout". In the season 2007/07 he had a temporary contract with the Munich Philharmonic, and at that time studied privately with their solo contrabassist Sławomir Grenda. In May 2007 he auditioned successfully for the Vienna State Opera Orchestra and since September 1, 2007, has been a member of the contrabass section.*
In 2004, he was named a Presser Scholar for his academic and musical achievements. He also performed regularly with the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra and the Knoxville Jazz Orchestra. He then attended the University of North Texas to pursue a Master of Music degree, where he studied with Vern Kagarice, Jan Kagarice, and Tony Baker. While there, he was the winner of the ITA Frank Smith International Solo Competition, and with his trombone quartet won the ETW National Quartet Competition and the ITA International Quartet Competition. After winning his first ever orchestral audition, he joined the Vienna State Opera Orchestra on September 1, 2007.*
In addition to his work in the orchestra, Marc Gaul is also a member of the Vienna Trombone Ensemble as well as the "ensemble xx. jahrhundert", and appears with the Vienna Chamber Orchestra, the Ensemble Kontrapunkte, the Clemencic Consort, the Pierrot Lunaire Ensemble Vienna, the "Musikwerkstatt Wien" and the Vienna Pocket Opera, all of which serve to underscore his wide musical interests. Since 2007, as an assistant to Dietmar Küblböck, he has pedagogical responsibilities at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna.