Natalia Jewłoszewicz – Dziedzic is a flautist and teacher from Poland.
She has been teaching flute at the G. Bacewicz National Music School in Koszalin for over 30 years. Her passion for teaching has helped her educate many flute players who have now graduated Music Academies and Universities across Europe and have established their careers as teachers and performers in the orchestras in Poland, France, Germany, UK and Belgium.
Natalia’s has been awarded several awards from CEA ( the National Center of Artistic Education) in recognition of her outstanding input and achievements in musical education
Her students have been awarded scholarships and numerous prizes in both international and national flute competitions for youth musicians such as: Imka Music Competition, World Open Music Competition, The North International Music Competition, International Dance and Fine Art Competition, International Competition for Young Musicians CITTA di MASSA, Iscart International Music Competition, Rome International Music Competition, Tokyo International Music Competition, Paris International Music Competition, International Online Music Competition Fanfares of Lviv, Nice International Music Competition, International Online Contest „Le spiagge d’Italia” and many more.
She began her musical education at the G. Bacewicz National School of Music in Koszalin
in the class of Prof. Zbigniew Kaczmarek. In 1995, she has received her Master of Music Degree at the S. Moniuszko Academy of Music in Gdańsk in the class of Prof. Krzysztof Langman.
As a dedicated teacher, Natalia has taken part in many flute pedagogy masterclasses
and workshops with distinguished professors such as: Patrick Gallois, Janos Balint, Peter-Lukas Graf, Miriam Nastasi, Jerzy Mrozik, Antoni Wierzbiński, Ewa Murawska, Agata Igras, Ewelina Zawiślak and Elżbieta Dastych-Szwarc.