Krzsystof Meisinger received scholarships from the Polish Ministry of Culture (1999), the Mayor of Bydgoszcz (2007), the KGHM Polish Copper Foundation and the Mloda Polska Grant Programme, and has attended master classes with Christopher Parkening, Aniello Desiderio, Pablo Ziegler (who played with Piazzolla for nearly thirty years), among others.
Krzysztof Meisinger is a prizewinner of several national and international competitions. As a soloist he has performed in the USA, Germany, France, England, Serbia, Austria, Spain, Greece, Latvia, Poland, and Ukraine, with such ensembles as the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, the Amadeus Polish Radio Chamber Orchestra, and the Philharmonia Quartet Berlin. Krzysztof Meisinger has worked with nationally and internationally acclaimed musicians such as Marcelo Nisinman (bandoneon), Daniel Stabrawa (violin), Anna Maria Staskiewicz (violin), and Iwona Hossa (soprano), and has inspired a number of composers to write new guitar compositions.
He regularly works with the music arranger and conductor Bernard Chmielarz. In 2002, the Polish pianist Waldemar Malicki invited Krzysztof to play in a group modelled on the Astor Piazzolla Quintet.
His album recorded with the leading Polish soprano Iwona Hossa and released by Orfeus Music was nominated for the 2011 Fryderyk Awards, the most prestigious Polish music award. The present recording of music by Villa-Lobos was made in the famous Abbey Road Studios in London.