Anna Krzysztofik-Buczyńska, DMus

She grad­u­at­ed with hon­ours from the I.J. Paderews­ki State Pri­ma­ry Music School in Tarnowskie Góry, piano class of H.H. Gac­ka-Krzysztofik, Gen­er­al Pri­ma­ry and Sec­ondary Music School in Bytom, class of M. Zegal­ska, and she com­plet­ed MA and post­grad­u­ate stud­ies at the Depart­ment of Instru­men­tal and Edu­ca­tion­al Stud­ies in Białys­tok (Fry­deryk Chopin Acad­e­my of Music), class of Pro­fes­sor J. Kadłu­bis­ki.

As a pianist she has tak­en part in numer­ous com­pe­ti­tions and audi­tions, win­ning awards and dis­tinc­tions. She devel­oped her piano skills under the super­vi­sion of: A. Orlovet­sky (Rus­sia), J. Rose (USA), A. Jasiń­ski, C. Stańczyk, M. Cata­ni (Italy), M. O’Rourke (Ire­land), J. Bano­wetz (USA), A. Wod­nic­ki (USA) and Duo Pepi­celli (Italy). She start­ed to learn harp­si­chord play­ing at the FCAM’s Depart­ment in Białys­tok under  P. Wil­czyń­ski, and then under E. Adam­czyk. In 2008 she com­plet­ed (with hon­ours) uni­form MA stud­ies at the FCUM (Depart­ment in Białys­tok), harp­si­chord class of L. Stawarz.

She per­formed a harp­si­chord recital at the St. Cross Church in War­saw (2006). As a soloist she par­tic­i­pat­ed in the Ear­ly Music Forum at the FCAM in War­saw (2006), and in 12 Bach Days at the Acad­e­my of Music in Cra­cow (2007). She is a co-founder of the Ear­ly Music Ensem­ble ‘CONSORT 415’, with which she per­forms as a soloist and cham­ber musi­cian, play­ing bas­so con­tin­uo parts on harp­si­chord or pos­i­tive.  As an orches­tra musi­cian she works at the Sym­pho­ny Orches­tra of the Pod­lasie Phil­har­mon­ic in Białys­tok, play­ing piano, celes­ta, and organ parts. She par­tic­i­pat­ed in their con­cert in Peters­burg at Smol­ny Con­vent in 2006, and also in a con­cert tour in Swe­den (Stock­holm — Göte­borg) in 2009. As a coach she worked for the OIFP-ECS in Białys­tok dur­ing the real­iza­tion of operas: “The Haunt­ed Manor” by S. Moniuszko, and “Pim­pi­none” by G.Ph. Tele­mann, as well as musi­cals: “Kor­czak” by Ch. Wil­liams, “The Phan­tom of the Opera” by A.L. Weber. Thanks to play­ing a few instru­ments the reper­toire she per­forms spans from the 16th cen­tu­ry music to con­tem­po­rary music.

She is a lec­tur­er (pianist and harp­si­chordist) at the FCUM’s Depart­ment of Instru­men­tal and Edu­ca­tion­al Stud­ies in Białys­tok.


last modified: 17/07/2015