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 on request. For more information feel free to contact the announcer: tel: +48 694 440 195 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pianists who give concerts in the Bonerowski Palace are very talented and show emotions though the music.
Eligiusz Skoczylas has performed in concert at home and abroad, including in France, the Netherlands, Lithuania, the UK, Spain, Germany and Japan. His artistic achievements have been rewarded with many prizes and grants, including grants from the Sapere Auso Foundation and the Polish National Children’s Fund (2007); in 2004 and 2005, he received the Mayor of Cracow’s Award from Professor Jacek Majchrowski. In 2008, he was awarded a Creative Grant of the City of Cracow. He is currently a grant-holder of the Pro Musica Bona Foundation. He received a ‘Young Poland’ grant from the Minister of Culture and National Heritage Bogdan Zdrojewski to purchase a grand piano.
He has won prizes in many national and international competitions. He won First Prize in the Manchester International Concerto Competition for Young Pianists. His competition successes include the special Conservatory Prize at the International Piano Competition for Musicians in Enschede (Netherlands) and Second Prize in the James Mottram International Piano Competition in Manchester.
Eligiusz comes from Cracow. He began learning piano at the age of six. He attended the Ignacy Jan Paderewski Primary School of Music and the Fryderyk Chopin Secondary School of Music in Cracow and Cracow Music Academy.
Professional pianist who has already performed on 5 continents in 33 countries. She performs in prestigious concert halls such as Sydney Opera House, Gran Teatro Nacional in Lima, Teatro de Bellas Artes in Mexico City.
Anna received her honours degree from the Academy of Music in Kraków in 2013, after completing her studies in professor Andrzej Pikul’s piano class. She has also studied under tuition of professor Sławomir Zubrzycki (constructor of viola organista, the unique instrument designed more than 500 years ago by Leonardo da Vinci). Anna participated in master classes run by eminent pedagogues, such as prof. Paul Badura-Skoda, prof. Andrzej Jasinski, prof. Dina Yoffe.
She has won several international and national prizes. In recognition of her artistic and scholarly accomplishments Anna Miernik has been awarded numerous prizes and scholarships, including the ones granted by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage and the Minister of Science and Higher Education.