Eva Maria Doroszkowska is an international pianist whose dramatic and colourful interpretations have earned her high acclaim. She enjoys a busy teaching and performing schedule which takes her round the world. She has appeared on BBC and Polish television and radio.
A keen interest in contemporary music, she has worked with two of the 20th Century’s finest composers, Górecki and Per Nørgård and performed in many concert venues.
These include a variety of settings from the usual to the not so usual, from stately homes, castles and luxury cruise ships to performing open air in a ship dockyard to commemorate Chopin’s anniversary celebrations. Recent highlights include performing at St Martin in the Fields, Schumann Concerto with the North London Sinfonia and Royal Holloway International Concert Series.
Eva teaches at the Royal Academy Junior Department and enjoys a varied life as soloist, teacher, accompanist and festival adjudicator. She won a scholarship to study at the Katowice Szymanowski Academy in Poland, also studying in Amsterdam, Holland and a travel bursary for Soloist Masters Class in Copenhagen. She won a scholarship for her undergraduate studies at the Royal Northern and a postgraduate that was generously aided by the Countess of Munster Trust.
Alongside her performing, teaching and adjudication work, Eva Maria has also written for International Piano Magazine.
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