EVA MARIA DOROSZKOWSKA
“an emotionally committed pianist who sensitively conveys both the lyricism and dramatic drive of the music” Polski Informator
Eva Maria Doroszkowska is an international pianist. Her dramatic and colourful interpretation of the piano repertoire has earned her high acclaim.
As a soloist and chamber musician she has performed internationally with festival appearances in the UK and across Europe. With diverse interests she has explored new music working with composers, arranging music, and working with various ensembles from string quartet to jazz musicians and bands. She is particularly known for her performances of Polish composers and especially her delicacy of touch in Chopin playing.
Performances include recitals at St Martin's In the Field's, Chopin Society, London, Chopin celebrations in Bergen, Holland Music Sessions, Reform Club Pall Mall and Rundetarn Copenhagen. She has appeared at the Tivoli Mozart Festival, Copenhagen, International Prague Budapest Vienna Chamber Festival as well as many British festivals including Tunbridge Wells, Greenwich and Docklands and Edinburgh Fringe.
A keen interest in contemporary music has led her to work with composers, Gorecki and Per Norgard .She premiered Norgard’s Cantica for Cello and Piano. Television appearances include broadcasts on the BBC and T.V. Polonia as well as Polish radio. She teaches at the Royal Academy of Music and is an adjudicator for the British International Federation of Festivals.
Eva Maria won a scholarship to study at the Royal Northern College of Music. Funded by the Countess of Munster Trust she completed postgraduate studies there before winning a government scholarship to study under Professor Jasinkski at the Szymanowski Academy in Poland. She also completed her Second Phase Postgraduate studies in Amsterdam. Winner of a travel scholarship, Eva took the Royal Danish Academy Soloist Program under professorship of Niklas Sivelov.
Scholarship,( travel bursary award) Royal Danish Academy
Post graduate study Conservatorium van Amsterdam
Granted government scholarship to study piano at the
Music Academy of Katowice, Poland
Granted Countess of Munster Trust Award to continue post graduate studies at the Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM)
Granted scholarship to study at RNCM under Renna Kellaway.
Royal Danish Academy, Copenhagen
Conservatorium van Amsterdam Post Grad.
Piotr Paleczny, Louis Castro de Moura, Karl Heinz Kammerling, Eujin Indijc Jan Wijn, Jan Huizing,
Niklas Sivelov, Andrzej Jasinkski, Matthijs Verschoor, Renna Kellaway, Judith Burton, Vanessa Latarche