Adam Suska, a violinist born in Gdańsk, is a young artist who can be heard more and more often on concert stages in Poland and in Europe. He has an extremely rich repertoire for his age. In 2022 he has made his debut as a soloist with Polish Baltic Philharmonic conducted by G. Tchitchinadze, Świętokrzyska Philharmonic in Kielce conducted by M. Pijarowski, Zielonagóra Philharmonic conducted by R. Kłoczko, Koszalin Philharmonic conducted by J. Chrenowicz and EOK in Elbląg conducted by R. Droń. Also Adam Suska performed in 2022 recitals at the National Philharmonic in Warsaw and at EMANACJE Festival at the Krzysztof Penderecki European Centre for Music.

He is a laureate of many prestigious awards at international violin and music competitions. His most important achievements include: II prize in 15th International Violin Competition. K. Lipiński and H. Wieniawski (2021), Grand Prix Opus Competition, (2021) Grand Prix Puławy and The Violin Competition, III prize in EuroAsia Competition Tokio (Japan, 2021), Grand Prix Piła Festival & Academy and special prize: concert with Pomeranian Philharmonic in Bydgoszcz and Grand Prix Virtuoso&Belcanto Competition Lucca (Italy, 2021 and 2022).

He is the recipient of scholarships from the Minister of Culture and National Heritage, the J. Semkow Foundation, the National Children's Fund, the President of the City of Gdańsk, Marshal Office of Pomorskie Voivodeship, Rotary Club Gdańsk-Sopot-Gdynia.

He began learning to play the violin at the age of eight in Gdańsk. After graduating from the S. Suzuki School of Music in the class of Anna Podhajska, he continued his education at the Z. Brzewski Music School in Warsaw under the supervision of Prof. Magdalena Szczepanowska. He was also educated under the supervision of Prof. Yair Kless in Buchmann-Mehta School of Music in Tel-Aviv and Scuola di Musica di Fiesole in Italy. He is currently studying at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw under the supervision of Prof. Agata Szymczewska.

Since October 2022 Artist in Residence at the prestigious Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel under the direction of Augustin Dumay. Adam is supported by a grant from an anonymous donor.