Katarzyna Duda is one of the most outstanding personalities in the Polish music world. She has appeared in such prestigious auditoria like Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall in New York, Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, National Philharmonic Hall in Warsaw, Kawai Omotesando Hall in Tokio and Rossini Hall in Padova. She studied with Maestro Tibor Varga at the Ecole Superieure de Musique in Sion, Switzerland, and with Jan Stanienda at the Academy of Music in Warsaw, and with Magdalena Rezler-Niesiolowska. Katarzyna is a prizewinner of the Tibor Varga International Violin Competition in Sion, Switzerland, and the Tadeusz Wronski International Violin Solo Competition in Warsaw.


Soloist, chamber musician, pedagogue and prizewinner of international violin competitions. Since 2017 the Leader of the Violinofonica Quartet and a member of the Galant Piano Trio. A graduate of the F. Chopin Music University in Warsaw (Master of Arts Diploma with distinction – class of prof. M. Ławrynowicz), and the Hochschule der Kunste in Bern (Solisten Diplom – class of Prof. M. Urbaniak-Lisik). She holds a post-PhD diploma in Musical Arts received from the F. Chopin Music University, where she is currently an Assistant Professor of violin and chamber music. In 2013-2014 she was a visiting professor at Keimyung University in Daegu (South Korea). She is regularly invited to give masterclasses at music courses such as Bosa Antica in Sardinia, Italy, Chopin-Górecki in Warsaw and in Łańcut. A prolific recording artist, she has released 9 CD albums, 7 of which included world premiere recordings. In 2013 she gave the Korean premiere Lutoslawski’s Chain II with the Keymyung Symphony Orchestra in Daegu, and in 2014 she was the winner of the Fryderyk Polish Phonographic Academy Award (Contemporary Chamber Music category with Opium String Quartet). As a member of the Frankfurt based contemporary music group Ensemble Modern, she has appeared in major concert halls around Europe, including the Philharmonie in Berlin, Festspielhaus in Baden Baden, Alte Oper in Frankfurt, Concertgebouw in Amsterdam and Salle Pleyer in Paris. She is the author of several publications on violin playing and musicology.





An outstandingly talented Polish violinist of the young generation, a pupil of Roman Lasocki, Tomasz Bartosiak and Mirosław Ławrynowicz. He also studied with Wolfgang Marschner and Ariane Mathäus at the Spohr Akademie in Freiburg. Graduated with honors at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw in the class of prof. Konstanty Andrzej Kulka, where he currently works as an assistant professor. Laureate of many violin competitions, including them. Louis Spohr in Weimar,  Karol Szymanowski in Łódź, the „Baltic Competition” in Gdańsk and the Louis Spohr in Freiburg. Wojciech Koprowski is one of the few violinists who perform all the Sonatas for Solo Violin Op. 27 Eugene Ysaÿe. His debut album „Ysaÿe Impressions” was nominated for the Fryderyk 2010 award in the categories: Solo Recital of the Year and Debut of the Year. Since 2007, he has been a violinist of the Meccore String Quartet, considered one of the most interesting string quartets of his generation. He has performed at many festivals, in the most famous concert halls such as: the National Philharmonic in Warsaw, Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg, Beethoven-Haus in Bonn, Bozar in Brussels, Auditorio Nacional de Música in Madrid, Grande Auditório Fundacao Calouste Gulbonie in Lizbenkian in Lisbon. Wigmore Hall in London, Musikverein in Vienna and others.