Kinga is an excellent harpist, based in West Midlands, available for weddings, private functions and orchestral performances.
Kinga was born in Poland and began playing the harp at the age of six. She is a graduate from Birmingham Conservatoire where she studied harp with Catherine White. She first begun playing the pedal harp when she was offered a place at the Primary Music School Karola Kurpinskiego in Warsaw, Poland. She studied there for six years under the tuition of Anna Piechura. In 2006 she moved to Scotland with her family and continued her musical education at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in the Junior Department where she was thought by Gwen Yorke. In 2011 Kinga was awarded a place at the Birmingham Conservatoire with a scholarship to study the harp with Catherine White from which she graduated with a Bachelore of Music with Honours degree. Whilst living in Poland, Kinga performed solo concerts with prestigious youth orchestras and performed in the biggest Concert Hall in Poland which is at the Palace of Culture in Warsaw, as well as many other locations around Poland. Since moving to the UK Kinga has continued to play concerts both in Poland and the UK, as well as taking part in festivals in Europe such as the Musique Cordiale Festival in the South of France. Orchestral playing is one of Kinga's passions. She has performed with youth orchestras in the UK such as the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra's youth orchestra and the National Youth Orchestra of Scotland, with which she has toured the UK and China. As well as the youth orchestras, Kinga regularly performs with many symphony orchestras and ensembles around the West Midlands. Since January 2014 alongside her colleague, Helena Britten, Kinga has been running Sunday Classics, an event providing live classical performances in a relaxed atmosphere. The event provides a platform for young emerging musicians to perform in front of an audience which they wouldn't normally reach in a concert hall. Kinga also takes part in the Air Arts programme in hospitals in Derby where a few, times a month she volunteers to provide music to patients, visitors and staff. Kinga performs in the foyer, as well as on wards to the patients who are less able to move around. Kinga first begun privately teaching in June 2013. Since then she has successfully guided her students to passing their ABRSM grade exams. Kinga offers tuition in Harp, piano and theory. Lessons are tailored to meet the individual needs of each pupil in a relaxed and enjoyable environment. Kinga has played in master-classes with renowed harpists including Imogen Braford, Catrin Finch, Skaila Kanga, Eleanor Turner, Urszula Mazurek, Gabriella Dall'Olio and Meinir Heulyn. Kinga has also received orchetsral coaching from Robert Johnston, Katherine Thomas, Stephanie Beck, Eleanor Turner and Sharon Griffiths.
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