German harpsichordist Alexander Grychtolik attended the Franz Liszt University for Music in Weimar, where he studied harpsichord with Bernhard Klapprott, and received the Franz Liszt Prize in 2005. He researched harpsichord with Frédérick Haas in the Royal Conservatory of Brussels, and later on studied architecture in the Bauhaus College or university in Weimar, where he investigated concert halls in the previous East Germany. Grychtolik offers performed at many music celebrations, and trained at conservatories in Frankfurt and Weimar. A lot of his interest has been centered on early music, and he continues to be associated with the reconstruction of functions by Johann Sebastian Bach, especially in editing the St. Tag Passion for Release Peters and providing performances from it. Grychtolik in addition has edited the reconstructed cantatas O angenehme Melodei, BWV 210a, and Klagt, Kinder, klagt sera aller Welt, BWV 244a. Grychtolik may be the partner of harpsichordist Aleksandra Grychtolik.