Kinga Książczyk

Last name and first name
Kinga Książczyk

Academic title and degree, institution, graduation year
Master of Arts

Position
lecturer

Artistic/research discipline
Instrumental Studies

Speciality
Piano

Employment at the Faculty
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Courses taught
Work with the accompanist
Vocal repertoire
Piano

Contact
kksiazczyk@amuz.edu.pl

 


ARTISTIC/RESEARCH ACTIVITY
(the most important concerts, publications, CDs, compositions)

A graduate of the Academy of Music. Ignacy Jan Paderewski in Poznań, where she graduated with honors in the piano class of prof. M. Pabich (2015). Kinga Książczyk conducts lively artistic activity in Poland and abroad. She has performed as a soloist of recitals, chamber concerts and symphonic concerts in Poland, Hungary and Ireland. She has collaborated with many conductors, incl. Agnieszka Duczmal, Przemysław Pałka.

 

THE MOST IMPORTANT ARTISTIC/RESEARCH ACHIEVEMENTS

Laureate of many national and international competitions:
– a distinction at the 5th International Piano Competition Fryderyk Chopin in Narva, Estonia (2004),
– 2nd prize at the 9th International Piano Competition Fryderyk Chopin in Antonin (2005),
– First prize at the 13th International Piano Competition Fryderyk Chopin in Szafarnia (2005),
– 3rd prize at the 5th National Piano Competition in Krakow (2006),
– 4th Prize and Special Prize for the best performance of the Variations in B flat minor, Op. 3 by Karol Szymanowski at the 1st Polish National Piano Competition Karol Szymanowski in Warsaw (2007),
– 3rd prize at the 3rd International Chopin Piano Competition in Budapest and the special prize of the chairman of the jury, prof. Jan Jański (2008),
– special award at the 2nd International Piano Competition “Halina Czerny-Stefańska in memoriam” in Poznań (2011),
– 1st prize at the Anemos International Piano Competition in Rome, Italy (2012),
– laureate of the 46th Polish Piano Festival in Słupsk (2012),
– extra-statutory award at the 3rd International Piano Competition “Halina Czerny-Stefańska in memoriam” in Poznań (2014),
– 1st prize at the 15th “Music without limits” Festival in Druskienniki, Lithuania (2015).