Andrzej Wojciechowski graduated from the Moniuszko Academy of Music in Gdansk, Poland in the clarinet class of prof. Bogdan Ocieszak (diploma with honors).
In 2002-2003, he studied in the clarinet class of Joan Enric Lluna at the Conservatori Superior De Musica in Castello.
He has received several awards in competitions both in Poland and abroad and is a two-time scholarship holder of the Minister of Culture and the Minister of Culture and National Heritage for outstanding artistic achievements.
He has given concerts in North America, Africa, Asia, and in most European countries.
In 2016, his first solo album “A Tribute to Benny Goodman" was released by the DUX record label.
Solo clarinet of the Polish Baltic Philharmonic F. Chopin in Gdansk, he constantly collaborates with the Polish Chamber Philharmonic in Sopot, with which he recorded Krzysztof Penderecki's "Concerto per clarinetto" under the baton of Wojciech Rajski. The album also includes the premiere recording of the "Symphony of Chinese Songs" (UNIVERSAL MUSIC - Fryderyk award nomination).
He is a member of the Polish Basethorn Ensemble, Gdańsk Reed Trio and Baltic Trio. Wojciechowski is also leader of the jazz-related formation of the Baltic Quasideon Group, gathered around his artistic agency Baltic Gramophone.
Currently, he is an academic professor of clarinet at the Moniuszko Academy of Music, and since September 2020, the Head of the Department of Wind Instruments and Percussion at the Gdansk Academy of Music.
In Gdansk, he is the artistic director of the International Festival Pion (ki) of Kultury "Black Vinyl Classics" and co-organizer of the "Gdansk Clarinet Days International Festival."