Ensemble Hildebrandt 1719

Ensemble Hildebrandt 1719

Marta Wróblewska +

PhD in arts and music; the artistic director of the Ensemble QuattroVoce. Currently she is assistant professor (tenure) at the Faculty of Instrumental and Educational Studies at the Frederic Chopin University of Music, and teacher of singing at the School of Music. She has performed in Poland and abroad. Her repertoire includes more than 100 cantata and oratorio parts, solo songs and operatic arias. She participated in many world premiere performances. She was also invited to take part in prestigious festivals in Spain, Lithuania, France and Poland. She has performed concert series with the Baroque orchestra Concerto Polacco, Ars Nova, and with vocal ensembles: Subtilior Ensemble, Diletto and Ensemble QuattroVoce. She collaborated nationally and internationally with many early music ensembles i.e.: Le Poème Harmonique, Arte dei Suonatori, Il Tempo, Capella Cracoviensis and Ensemble Hildebrandt 1719. Marta recorded over twenty solo CDs and largely contributed to the recordings of chamber music. In 2005, she received the Rector’s Cup of the F. Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw as a laureate of the 1st place in the 6th Moniuszko Competition ‘The Evening Song’. In 2018, Mrs. Wróblewska received the Artistic Scholarship of the Mayor of the City of Białystok, and became the winner of the Award funded by the Chairman of the City Council of Białystok for Teachers of Culture Animators.

Magda Niedbała-Solarz +

In 2014 she got a degree in operatic singing, as she attended Agnieszka Monasterska’s vocal class in Music Academy in Kraków. During her music career, she got many awards, not only in Poland, but also abroad. She was awarded by the Minister of Culture and National Inheritance for her outstanding artistic achievements. During her studies she was also twice awarded a grant from the Ministry of Education. The young vocalist has had her stage debut in the Opera in Kraków as a Marcellina in the “Marriage of Figaro”. Moreover, she is a solist in a few ensembles and chamber groups, which are: “Trio Europa”, which specialises in Polish romantic songs and Spanish zarzuellas, Ensemble of Historical Instruments “Risonanza”, which performs baroque music, Capella Cracoviensis (since 2013), with which Magda performed works by J. B. Lully and “Te Deum” by M. A. Charpentier, and Adam Nowakowski, a lutenist, with whom she formes a chamber group which performes renaissance and baroque music. She attended master vocal courses with artists like: Paul Esswood, Rosmarie Landry, Eva Blachowa, Jonatan Aner, Marek Rzepka, Małgorzata Walewska, Iwona Sobotko, Piotr Kusiewicz, Katarzyna Oleś – Blacha, Ryszard Karczykowski oraz Michał Znaniecki. Magda Niedbała has in her rich and diverse repertoire not only operatic music, she sings also oratorios and songs

Piotr Kalina +

His artistic achievements is based on many solo concerts, including  Die Sieben Worte of Cesar Franck at the Rzeszow Concert Hall, Anton Bruckner’s Te Deum or The Magic School for Lovers, in which he performed the Tamino’s role from W.A. Mozart opera Magic Flute. He develops his vocal skills mainly in the area of late romanticism. He worked with many outstanding conductors and directors such as: Wlodzimierz Nurkowski, Monika Rasiewicz, Blazej Peszek, Monika Bachowska, Rafał Delekta, Tomasz Tokarczyk, Andrzej Korzeniowski, Jiri Petrdlik and Piotr Sulkowski. He participated in many masterclasses with, inter alia, Maestro Piotr Beczała. He learned the art of singing from mgr Jolanty Kowalska-Pawlikowska and from dr. hab. Jacek Ozimkowski. At present he studies classical singing from dr. hab. Zdzislaw Madej at Academy of Music in Krakow, where he has received the scholarship from the president of the Academy for an outstanding achievements. Recently he received the third place in man category at Krystyna Jamroz Polish National Competition .

Eryk Lasota +

He graduated from Secondary Music School name of Mieczyslaw Karlowicz in Cracow in Lucyna’s Orszulak Vocal class and also Academy of Music in Cracow in Voice and Dramma Faculty studying with Professor Agnieszka Monasterska and Professor Zdzislaw Madej (till now).

Singer – baritone, teacher. During his studies he has sung solo parts in performances organized by Voice and Dramma Faculty in Academy of Music in Cracow, for example: Eugene Onegin from the Opera Eugene Onegin by Piotr Tchaikovsky, Part of Jesus from cantata Ich hatte viel Bekümmernis BWV 21 by J.S.Bach with cooperation of Early Music Department, and Polichoral Music in solo quartets during the Masterclasses with Maestro Jos van Veldhoven in Stralsund. He cooperates with Polish Radio Choir and Cracow Philharmonic Choir performing choral parts in many concerts and festivals. He improves his vocal skills by participating in Vocal Masterclasses with opera singers such as Mariusz Kwiecień or Piotr Beczala. He is also a teacher in Music School in Trzciana where he teaches vocal emission with the youngest children. He loves opera music but he performs early music and musical as well with the same passion.

Teresa Piech +

She studied violin and baroque violin at the Academy of Music in Krakow and the Sweelinck Conservatorium in Amsterdam, and she has taken part in many workshops and masterclasses. As a soloist and chamber musician, she gives concerts with many early music ensembles. She is a co-founder of the ensembles: Harmonia Sacra and Ensemble Hildebrandt 1719. She played with the European Union Baroque Orchestra, has cooperated with many outstanding musicians, e.g. Lars Ulrik Mortensen, Roy Goodman and Joshua Rifkin. She is a vice-president of Polish Early Music Society and a member of the Hans Hummel Organ Society in Olkusz. Since 2012, she has been a baroque violin lecturer at the Academy of Music in Krakow, and she defended her PhD in 2013. Currently, she is doing research on the music of cloistered orders. She plays a violin made in 1668 by Antonio Mariani from Pesaro.

Katarzyna Korzeniowska +

Being specialized in both contemporary and baroque violin, her repertoire includes a wide variety of works and styles. Although in her artistic work she puts emphasis on music from early 17th century, her repertoire also includes works from such composers as J, S. Bach or A. Caldara. She regularly performs with early music orchestras, taking part in many early music festivals such as Annum Festival or Kraków Bach Festival. Being also a chamber musician, she is a guest performer in Kraków’s finest early music ensembles. As a contemporary violinist  she performs with such orchestras as Beethoven Academy Orchestra or Cracow Philharmonic. She is a recipient of the Scholarship of the Minister of Culture in year 2006, laureate of many violin competitions ( Lublin, Poznań, Warszawa) as well as a participant of masterclasses in Łańcut. She was a protégée of The Polish Children’s Fund in years 2003-2006. Currently she continues her studies at the Academy of Music in Kraków in class of prof. Wiesław Kwaśny.

Łukasz Mosur – organy +

He studied in Warsaw, Lübeck and Hamburg by Andrzej Chorosiński, Franz Danksagmüller and Pieter van Dijk. He won second prizes and special prizes at the International M.K. Ciurlionis organ competition in Vilnius, second prizes at the International Jan Kucharski organ competition in Łódź, second prizes at the Romuald Sroczyński in memoriam competition in Poznań, fourth prizes at the Mendelssohn-Eben organ competition in Kraków and first prizes at the International Organ Competition in Rumia. Łukasz Mosur is a lecturer at the Department of Organ and Sacred Music at the Music Academy in Łódź. He has achieved many prizes and awards. The most important of these are: the prize of Minister of Culture and National Heritage, the scholarship of Minister of Science and Agriculture, the scholarship of Ad Infinitum Foundation, the scholarship of DAAD Matching-Fue, the scholarship of Dr. Felix Hinrchsen-Stitung. He is a member of Hans Hummel Society for Historic Organs in Olkusz, Poland. Łukasz Mosur actively gives concerts as a soloist and a chamber musician.

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