dr hab. Bogusława Hubisz-Sielska


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Having completed her musical education at the Higher School of Music in Krakow she went on to participate in complementary master classes in Warsaw under Stefan Kamasa and in Munich under Kim Kashkashian. She has performed at numerous Polish Festivals, among others, Poznanska Wiosna Muzyczna, Spotkania Muzyczne w Baranowie Sandomierskim, Dni Kompozytorów Krakowskich. She has been performing for both Polish and international audiences. Her performances abroad took place in Austria, the Czech Republic, England, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Portugal, Russia, the Slovak Republic, Switzerland and the USA. She has also made TV and radio recordings in Poland, Austria, Germany, Vatican and USA and she has recorded some CD. She has arranged the Preludia taneczne (Dance preludes) of Witold Lutoslawski for viola. She has issued scores in Poland and Germany and has published in polish music periods. Composers Lexicon 1918-2000. Boguslawa Hubisz-Sielska sits on the jury panels of the national and international competitions. Her recording of the Niggun and Elegy of Rachel Knobler was presented in the Broadcasting Princeton as a Classical Discoveries. She is the founder-member of the Artistic-Association Muzyka Centrum. She is a senior teacher at the Academy of Music in Cracow and since the year 2001 she has been the head of The Lutoslawski Conservatory of Cracow, since 2009 president the Polish Viola Society.