One of the gratest Polish composers Fryderyk Chopin is permanent guest in the Bonerowski Palace.It is an unusual experience for lovers of Chopin's talent. Nocturnes, preludes, waltzes can be heard during concerts, which take place at the Royal Hall in the Bonerowski Palace.
Concerts are performed almost every day, 7.00 p.m.
Pianists who give concerts in the Bonerowski Palace are very talented young artists, who show emotions though the music.
Pianist, born in 1990. She studied at the Academy of Music in Katowice in the class of Prof. Zbigniew Raubo, graduated in 2014 with a first class with honours degree. She is the finalist of the Polish National Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw, the special award winner of the International Chopin Competition in Narva, Estonia, the 3rd prize winner of the Silesian Piano Competition in Zabrze and the 3rd prize winner of the International Piano Competition FORUM PER TASTI in Banská Bistrica, Slovakia, 2nd prize winner of “Ischia” International Piano Competition. Moreover, she won the first prize at the Chopin Piano Tournament of Halina and Ludwik Stefański in Krakow.
Born in Hachinohe (Japan). She began the musical education at the age of 4. She attended the Yamaha Music School in Hachinohe and the Toho Gakuen School of Music in Sendai. She graduated the Academy of Music in Krakow professor Eve Bukojemska and then postgraduate studies, specializing in Polish music. She has won many competitions in Japan and Europe . He has a lot of concerts, including orchestra and chamber ensembles .
He is currently a second year student of Karol Szymanowski Music Academy in Katowice in the class of Professor Zbigniew Raubo and Doctor Piotr Banasik. In the chamber music class led by Professor Maria Szwajger - Kułakowska. He is a winner of international and national competitions: Szafarnia, Narva, Görlitz/Zgorzelec, Warsaw, Gorzów Wielkopolski. He has participated in master classes conducted by outstanding teachers: Katarzyna Popov - Zydroń, Andrzej Jasinski, Michael Szczepanski, Gregory Kurzyński, Wojciech Świtała. He was a scholarship fund to support talent.