Aleksandra Jablczynska


Artistic Director of Artists for Music Foundation

Aleksandra Jabłczynska piano
Aleksandra Jabłczynska piano

Born in 1990 in Zielona Góra, she began learning to play the piano at the age of 5.
From an early age, she knew that music was her greatest passion and her calling.
By participating in numerous competitions and music courses, both national and international,
Aleksandra regularly developed her talent and climbed the steps of her professional career.
After graduating from school in 2009, she moved to Germany to study
in the piano class of prof. Elzy Kolodin to work on her artistic personality
and develop her piano skills even more intensively.
In 2018, she graduated with honors from the Konzertexamen postgraduate studies at the Hochschule für Musik in Freiburg im Breisgau. In 2015-2018, under the watchful eye of prof. Kolodin worked as an assistant,
having an invaluable opportunity to develop in the pedagogical direction.
During her studies at a university in Germany, in 2014 she began additional studies at one of the most renowned piano academies in the world. Studies at the Accademia Pianistica Internazionale "Incontri col Maestro" in the piano class of prof. Boris Petrushanski allowed her to explore her skills,
draw inspiration and get to know the art of music even better.
Her achievements include such awards as:
-1st Prize at the 18th International Piano Competition Johann Sebastian Bach in Poland,
-3rd Prize at the 13th Concorso Internazionale di musical "Carlo Soliva" in Italy or
-1st Prize at the Vila de Capdepera International Piano Competition in Spain.
Additionally, she received the 3rd Prize at the prestigious 19th International Piano Competition
"Premio Iturbi" in Valencia, Spain.
Aleksandra's numerous successes enabled her to perform both solo and with an orchestra
in many countries, such as Germany, Italy, Portugal, France, Spain, and the Netherlands.
Aleksandra also developed her talent and drew inspiration from such teachers as Andrzej Jasiński,
Joaquin Soriano, Grigory Gruzman, Tamas Ungar, Dmitrii Alexeev, Stanislav Pochekin,
Piotr Paleczny, and others.
Her passion for music, talent, and artistic independence
make Aleksandra one of the outstanding artists of her generation.