Hanna Rogoża Violinist from Poland

 

Hana Rogoza Violin Poland.jpgstarted playing violin at the age of seven under the eye of professor K.Kowalik in the Mieczysław Karłowicz State Music School in Zielona Gora. Currently, she is learning in the class of professor Karina Gidaszewska in the Mieczysław Karłowicz Poznan General Music School in Poznan. She has been a laureate in more than fifty violin competitions including national competitions and international ones. To the most valued achievements are among the others: 1’ PREMIO ASSOLUTO in „12’ ARS NOVA TRIESTE INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL” in Trieste (Italy), I Prise in International Music Competition in Belgrade (Serbia), I Prise in X Internationaler Violinwettbewerb in Schloss Zell an der Pram (Austria), I Prise in IX National Violin Meetings named after Professor Mirosław Ławrynowicz in Płock, I Prise in XII Polish National Violin Competition named after Grażyna Bacewicz in Wrocław and II Prise in XI Polish National Violin Competition of the Memory of Aleksandra Januszajtis in Gdańsk. In 2015-2016, being a laureate of National Auditions of the Center for Artistic Education in Warsaw, she took part in two year project ,,Luslawice Talent Orchestra” in The Krzysztof Penderecki European Centre for Music in Luslawice, which gathered  forty the most gifted young musicians from all over the country. She is a scholar of the President of Zielona Gora, President of Poznan and Marshal of the Lubuskie Voivodeship. She has been under the keeping of The Polish Children’s Fund in Warsaw since three years. In January 2017 for the totality of the artistic achievements she got a scholarship of Minister of Culture and National Heritage.

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