Małgorzata Jaworska

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Małgorzata Jaworska in Krakow (2011)

Małgorzata Jaworska (born December 28, 1955 in Krakow , Poland ) is a Polish pianist .


Jaworska graduated from the Kraków Music Academy in the piano class of Ludwik Stefański . After completing her studies, she began a busy concert career. The artist has lived in Norway since 1984.

Her repertoire includes piano works from many eras: from Johann Sebastian Bach to contemporary music. She has rediscovered the forgotten Norwegian composer and student of Frédéric Chopin , Thomas DA Tellefsen , after over a hundred years and played his works in numerous concerts in Norway and Austria, in Vienna (2014, 2016). She also continued her pioneering work in Poland, playing works by the little-known Norwegian composer in Krakow and Warsaw. In 2006 she performed Tellefsen's Piano Concerto in G minor, Op. 8, for the first time in Poland, together with the Rzeszów Symphony Orchestra . The pianist also has the complete works for piano solo by Thomas DA Tellefsen for the record company Acte Préalable (4 CD, World Premiere Recording ).

Małgorzata Jaworska is also valued for her interpretations of Chopin. In 2010 she was appointed a member of the Honorary Committee of the Polish Embassy in Oslo for organizing the 200th year of Frédéric Chopin's birth in Norway. In 2013 she was awarded the title “Outstanding Polish Woman” in Norway in the Culture category.

Web links

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Individual evidence

  1. Małgorzata Jaworska NIFC
  2. ^ Chopin 2010 - Celebrations Office