Anna Nowak – violin

Posted in Uncategorized on March 29th, 2011 by alexis


Anna Nowak

was born in 1984. Her interest in historically informed performance appeared while she was still studying modern violin in the Academy of Music in Wroclaw, Poland. Soon she became regular member of Arte dei Suonatori – one of the most prominent Polish baroque groups and had opportunities to work as well with the Wroclaw Baroque Orchestra, Harmonologia, Holland Baroque Society and others.

While participating in these projects, she met and learned from such musicians as Sirkka-Liisa Kaakinen, Martin Gester, Alexis Kossenko, Daniel Sepec, Paul McCreesh, Jaap ter Linden. As a member of European Union Baroque Orchestra in 2008 she performed numerous concerts led by Lars Ulrik Mortensten, Enrico Onofri and Chiara Banchini.

In 2010 she joined Ensemble Diderot and performed many well received concerts in Germany and England. As a chamber musician she appeared both as a violin and viola player. Currently she is studying baroque violin with Rachel Podger at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in Cardiff.

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