Amelia Mirella Maszonska

Amelia Maszonska was born in 1993 in Zielona Gora. At the age of 6 she started to play the violin. In 2008 she began learning at Henryk Wieniawski Secondary Music School in Poznan under professor Jadwiga Kaliszewska and Master of Arts Karina Gidaszewska’s. She graduated the Ignacy Jan Paderewski Academy of Music in Poznan under professor Bartosz Bryla and Jaroslaw Nadrzycki. Currently she is studing at Hochschule der Künste Bern under professor Monika Urbaniak – Lisik where she is also pursuing chamber music studies together with Affetto Piano Trio under professor Patrick Judt and professor Tomasz Herbut. She attended many music courses under the tutelage of: Zakhar Bron, Pavel Vernikov, Bartlomiej Nizol, Oleg Kaskiv, Frantisek Novotny or Xiaoming Wang. The artist has performed in many European countries such as: Switzerland, Germany, Bulgaria, Romania and Hungary. She performed as a violin soloist with many orchestras in Poland throughout Europe namely: Brno Philharmony Orchester, Gyor Symphony Orchestra, Staatstheater Cottbus Philharmonisches Orchester, Silesian Philharmony, Amadeus Chamber Orchestra, Poznan Philharmony or Leopoldinum Orchester. As a chamber musician she collaborated with a great personalities such as Soyoung Yoon, Monika Urbaniak- Lisik, Bartek Niziol, Dorota Siuda, Vladimir Bukac or Daniel Pezzotti. In 2017, she was awarded the prestigious Medal of Young Arts by Wielkopolski Glos. She was awarded many scholarships from the Ministry of Culture, National Heritage, and Yamaha Foundation.

Application

The board of trustees of the Rahn Kulturfonds meets twice a year and will consider all fully completed applications received.

Next board meetings:
May 23, 2019
October 28, 2019

The Rahn Kulturfonds supports requests regarding a contribution to the performance fees if:

  • it is a project with or by Rahn Kulturfonds prize winners.
  • it is a project with Rahn Kulturfonds scholarship holders.

The Rahn Kulturfonds supports its prize winners and scholarship holders during four years after receiving the award.

For the meeting on May 23, 2019, please hand in your complete application no later than April 30, 2019 by email or by filling out the following form.

Thank you for uploading the following document with your application (pdf or zip, max. 10MB:

Thank you for uploading the following document with your application (pdf or zip, max. 10MB:

Thank you for uploading the following document with your application (pdf or zip, max. 10MB:

Thank you for uploading the following document with your application (pdf or zip, max. 10MB:

Portrait

Amelia Mirella Maszonska

Violin

Poland

Rahn Musikpreis 2018, 3. Prize Violin

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