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Aleksandra Dzwonkowska-Wawrzyniak is an artist giving concerts in the country and abroad. Within the framework of solo projects, chamber music projects and orchestral projects, she performed at many festivals, including: festivals in Estonia, Germany, Austria, Bulgaria, Switzerland, Ireland, Iran and in many Polish cities.

Her artistic successes may certainly include: the “Artysta – rezydent” project together with the Sepia Ensemble group in the Lower Silesian Philharmonic Hall in Jelenia Góra, (artistic season 2017/2018), concert in the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien with the Sepia Ensemble group (Vienna, 2017), solo performances with the Sudecka Philharmonic Orchestra (2015) and the Opole Philharmonic Orchestra (2015), Grand Prix and 1st prize at the International Percussion Festival in Montebello della Battaglia in Italy in the category of percussion music groups (2015), distinction in the duo category at the International Drum Set Competition “Drum Fest” in Opole (2015).

The artist is esteemed also in the field of pedagogy, as a lecturer at the music workshops concerning contemporary music performance with the Sepia Ensemble group (Iran, 2017) and for activities carried out for state and private music schools.


Living in Poznań, born in 1990 in Świdnik. She began to learn to play percussion instruments at the age of 12 in the Wilkomirski Family State Music School in Świdnik, and after 4 years she was awarded at the regional auditions in Krasnystaw. Then she continued her education in the Tadeusz Szeligowski Secondary Music School in Lublin. In 2016 she completed master’s degree at the Ignacy Jan Paderewski Academy of Music in Poznań, being a student of professor Marian Rapczewski. She developed her skills also under the supervision of Marta Klimasara and David Friedman. She participated in many master classes conducted, among others, by Se-Mi Hwang, Emmanuel Séjourné, Claudio Santangelo, Francesca Santangelo, Anders Astrand, Andrei Pushkarev, Pius Cheung and John H. Beck.

She cooperates with many orchestras in Poland and abroad, including: Gerhart-Hauptmann-Theater Görlitz-Zittau in Görlitz, Moniuszko Grand Theatre Orchestra in Poznań, L‘Autunno Chamber Orchestra, Gorzow Philharmonic Orchestra, Poznań Philharmonic Orchestra, Kalisz Philharmonic Orchestra, CO-OPERATE Orchestra in Poznań and Lublin Philharmonic Orchestra. Her achievements include many first performances of chamber, solo and orchestra compositions.