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Aug
2011
07

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The knowledge of playing the flute Sylwia gained in many European countries in schools and courses, under the guidance of such masters as Berten D’Hollander, Robert Winn, William Bennett, Andras Adorjan, Peter Lucas Graf, Janos Balint, Jean Ferrandis, Mirjam Nastasi, Cecilie Løken, Carola Ligt, Hans Martin Zill, Vincent Cortvrint, Gudrun Hinze and Thaddeus Watson.

Moreover, in 2004-2006 Sylwia studied the secrets of baroque flute playing in the baroque flute class of Magdalena Pilch at the Music Academy in Wroclaw/Poland.

Sylwia is driven and passionate about music in general. She acquired a lot of experience in various ensembles and orchestras in several European countries, which gave her the opportunity to develop flexibility and diversity. She was invited to cooperation with many orchestras, among others to:

  • Sweden in Aurora Music Star Festival Orchestra as a piccolo player;
  • Germany in Deutsche Radio Klassik Pops Orchestra as a first flute;
  • Austria in Johann Strauss European Orchestra & Ballet as a first flute;
  • Belgium in Het Orkest der Lage Landen, in Hageland Wind Orchestra and in Lemmensinstituut Harmony Orchestra as a first flute & piccolo player;
  • Poland in Lower Silesia Philharmonic Orchestra as a piccolo player, in Silesia Opera Orchestra as a first flute, in Warshauer Sinfoniker (Polish Festival Orchestra) as a first flute, in Polish Opera Orchestra as a first flute, in TechNo Orchestra (contemporary music orchestra) as a first flute, in Witold Lutoslawski Philharmonic Orchestra in Wroclaw, Sudecka Philharmonic Orchestra and Kaliska Philharmonic Orchestra.

Sylwia has given many concerts as an orchestra player having worked with numerous leading musicians including Barbara Hendricks, Jerzy Maksymiuk, Jan Van der Roost, Robert Cohen or Tadeusz Strugała.

She enjoys working as an orchestra musician at the most prestigious concert halls in Europe and Asia. She had played at venues such as Berlin Philharmonic, Wiener Konzerthaus, Tonhalle Zürich, Munich Philharmonic, Historiche Stadthalle in Wuppertal, Shenzhen Concert Hall or The People’s Congress Hall in Beijing.