The Polish composer HenrykWieniawski was born in 1835 during the advent of romantic music. He was a child prodigy as a violinist. In 1843, he got the opportunity to be a part of Paris Conservatoire. The institution accepted Wieniawski’s Polish identity and his ineligible age (he was only nine years old at that point of time) for his exceptional talent . He spent a significant period of time after graduation in tours along with the company of his brother and performed several recitals. Wieniawski inherited the passion for music from his mother who happened to be an adept piano player. He already shined as a student of music and began his career as a composer from 1850. He performed in multiple concerts in Russia and Europe when he was accompanied by his brother Jozef. The audience quickly started to recognize this virtuoso for his inimitable talent and became the follower of his compositions. At the age of 18, he composed and performed the Polonaise and the Violin Concerto No. 1 in D major and F sharp minor respectively. Notably, the critics appreciated his technical supremacy for the Violin Concerto No. 1 in F sharp minor, which also created a huge impact on the audiences in Europe. Nevertheless, he evolved as a musician eventually and restructured his skill in 1860. His new musical incorporation was noted in the Violin Concerto No. 2 in 1862. He left Russia in 1872 and started doing an international tour. Slowly, his health began to deteriorate after 1878 and in 1880 he died.