Pianist Malgorzata Goroszewska has performed recitals in Poland, Lithuania, Austria, Germany, Spain, United States and Canada. Growing up with affinity for the Polish composer Fryderyk Chopin, in 2010 Ms. Goroszewska was honored by the Polish Institute in Vienna for her interpretations. In 2012, she toured with the international orchestra “I, Culture Orchestra”, an ongoing project to bring Eastern and Western Europe together through music (concerts in Lublin, Warsaw, Minsk, Kiev, Chisinau and Tbilisi). More recently, she completed another concert tour –a project under a label of Lincoln Center Stage in 2016, that included over two hundred chamber music concerts during four-month performance contract in Southern Europe.
Malgorzata was born in 1988 in Bialystok (Poland). In her teenage years she participated in numerous music competitions as a soloist, chamber musician, collaborative pianist, theorist and composer in Poland and abroad (her awards include second prize on the Polish National Competition for Composers in Warsaw in 2007, and second prize in chamber music competition in Calgary 2007). She received three artistic scholarships: the Otwarta Filharmonia Agrafki Muzycznej, the Podlaskie Marshal’s Scholarship and the Morningside Music Bridge –a scholarship from Mount Royal College in Calgary. Later, she was also awarded the Warsaw City Scholarship of John Paul II for the outstanding accomplishments.
At 19, Ms. Goroszewska began her undergraduate studies at the Frédéric Chopin University of Music in Warsaw, under Edward Wolanin (a pupil of Jan Ekier). She continued her education at the University of Music in Warsaw and the Hochschule für Musik, Theater und Medien, Hannover (Germany) on an ERASMUS scholarship in 2011, studying under pianists Christopher Oakden and Bernd Goetzke.
In 2012 Malgorzata Goroszewska moved to New York to study at the Juilliard School under Joseph Kalichstein. There, she earned her Master of Music degree in Piano Performance. Later on she completed her doctoral degree at Stony Brook University, working with Gilbert Kalish. She is currently a member of DaCamera Young Artist.
In addition to her performing career Ms. Goroszewska is an avid educator. She was a piano faculty member at Stamford Music Arts Academy and Diller-Quaile School of Music in New York (2017-19). Students that Malgorzata worked with are proud recipients of top awards at Steinway and Sons Piano Competition, New York Concert Festival Competition, AADGT Festival in Carnegie Hall, and Suzanne Culley Competition. Malgorzata also worked as a collaborative pianist at The Interlochen Arts Camp, and she recently joined Houston University as an accompanist.