Prof. Marta Wierzbieniec is a graduate of Music Academy in Cracow. She began her career at Department of Music Education at Rzeszow University. In 2000, she was appointed a director of Institute of Music at Rzeszow University. She has been conducting the Choir of the University for many years. She mastered her conductor – choirmaster’s skills in Switzerland, Belgium and Germany. She obtained first level of qualifications (doctor) and second level of qualifications (postdoctoral degree) within the scope of conducting vocal as well as vocal and instrumental ensembles. She was conferred a title of professor in 2004. From 2005-2008 she was a head of the didactics senate commission of Rzeszow University.
     During her artistic activity, Prof. Marta Wierzbieniec has prepared and conducted over 250 concerts. From 1989 – 1999 it was mainly with Students’ Chamber Choir, and with Choir of Institute of Music at Rzeszow University. She frequently participated in music festivals and competitions, being often awarded. She was giving performances i.e. in Austria, Belgium, Belarus, Slovakia, Switzerland, Sweden, Germany and Italy. She had a broadcast titled “Gossips with the treble clef” in Rzeszow Radio for many years.
     Prof. Marta Wierzbieniec was born in Sanok. She lives in Rzeszow for many years; she graduated in local State Music Secondary School. She was studying at Department of Music Education at Music Academy in Cracow, in conducting class of Prof. Maria Kochaj. She also graduated at Post-gradual Choirmaster Study and Post-gradual Voice Emission Study at Music Academy in Bydgoszcz.



     Vladimir Kiradjiev was born in Plovdiv in Bulgaria. He graduated with honours in conducting, composure and choir conducting at State Music Academy in Sofia, but he has been working in Vienna for years. He earned his stripes as a conductor working with such celebrities as Kurt Masur or Franco Ferrara. He was an art director of Sliven Opera, a conductor of Symphonic Orchestra in Pasardjik and Plovdiv Philharmonic, and the first conductor of Residenz Orchester in Vienna. He cooperated with such orchestras and opera ensembles like: Stadttheater Luzern, National Opera in Sofia, Berlin Comic Opera, Deutsche Oper in Berlin, Metropol Theater in Berlin, Berliner Symphoniker, Klangforum in Vienna, Opera in Graz. He has been giving concerts with numerous symphonic orchestras in Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Russia, Mexico, Hungary, Lithuania and Latvia. He has been permanently cooperating with Philharmonics all over Poland for many years.



       Marek Pijarowski obtained thorough music education at Music Secondary School in Wroclaw, where he mastered playing i.e. the grand piano, violin, oboe and organ. He was taught the conducting mastery in Tadeusz Strugała’s class at Music Academy in Wroclaw, where he graduated with honours. He earned his next stripes as a bandmaster at International Music Course in Weimar by Arvid Jansons. He stayed as a scholar of Austrian Government in 1977, in Vienna, where he mastered his skills under Carl Österreicher guidance at Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst, being directly in touch with the conducting art of such masters as Herbert von Karajan, Leonard Bernstein, Georg Solti or Claudio Abbado.
         He debuted in 1973 in the concert hall of Wroclaw Philharmonic, and he started his job as a conductor assistant there in 1974. The same year he won the All-Poland Conductors’ Competition in Katowice (as the youngest participant) and he was awarded with special prize of Silesia Philharmonic Orchestra. Thanks to this success he received many invitations, i.e. to National Philharmonic and Great Symphonic Orchestra of Polish Radio. He received a post of second conductor in 1975, and from 1980 to 2001 he was a CEO and art director of Wroclaw Philharmonic.
          Marek Pijarowski runs an intensive conducting activity in concert halls of all philharmonic and radio orchestras in Poland. He frequently performed abroad with National Philharmonic Orchestra (Germany), Great Symphonic Orchestra of Polish Radio and Television (Spain and France), Sinfonia Varsovia (Spain), Cracow Philharmonic Orchestra (France). He conducted in majority of European countries, as well as in Cuba, Canada and South Korea. He has close cooperation with President’s Orchestra in Ankara and Symphonic Orchestra in Istanbul. He also cooperated with Eastern Music Festival in Greensboro in the United States. Within two concert seasons he was the first conductor of Cracow Philharmonic. He is a frequent guest conductor of Pomorska Philharmonic in Bydgoszcz.
         He has been an art director of Polish Contemporary Music Festival Musica Polonica Nova in Wroclaw since1980. He was also an art director of the International Chopin’s Festival in Duszniki Zdroj. He was an art director of Arthur Rubinstein Lodz Philharmonic form 2002 to 2005.
           Marek Pijarowski is a Professor of Music Academy in Wroclaw, where he is a head of conducting class. He used to be a deputy rector of this academy. He took a post of Professor of conducting at Frederic Chopin Music Academy in Warsaw in 2006. His graduates are laurels in conducting competitions in Poland and abroad. He was conferred a title of professor of music art by the President of Polish Republic in 1997.
            Currently, he cooperates close with T. Szeligowski Poznan Philharmonic and A. Malawski Rzeszow Philharmonic.


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