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Martyna Kosecka, photo: Magda Jędrzejko/promotional materials

Composer, conductor, pianist. She likes to process acoustic instruments electronically, searching for intensive timbres and harmony. Kosecka is inspired by fables and myths originating from various cultures, and animates the contemporary music scene in Teheran with commitment.

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Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny, photo: Choir of Wrocław Medical University /promotional materials

Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny is biologist, singer and conductor. She was born on 24 March 1976 in Głubczyce. "From the scientific perspective, singing raises your endorphin level, and as such it can be addictive", says Franków-Żelazny.

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The Warsaw Quintet: Bronisław Gimpel, Tadeusz Wroński, Stefan Kamasa, Aleksander Ciechański, Władysław Szpilman, 1965, Warsaw. Photo: Andrzej Zborski/FOTONOVA

Violinist, conductor, and teacher. Born on 29th January 1911 in Lviv, died on 1st May 1979 in Los Angeles.

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Apolinary Kątski, photo: Biblioteka Narodowa / Polona / www.polona.pl

A composer, conductor and pedagogue who was born in July 1826 in Poznań and died in June 1879 in Warsaw. A brother of Antoni Kątski.

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Jan Krenz, photo: Anna Kaczmarz/Reporter/East News

Conductor and composer, born on 14th July, 1926 in Włocławek.

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Conductor, pianist, teacher, oboist, and organiser of musical life, born February 10th, 1935, in Katowice.

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Ignacy Zalewski, photo from the private archive

Composer and conductor, member of the Classical Music Section of the Polish Society of Authors and Composers (ZaiKS). He was born in 1980 in Lublin.

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Janusz Siadlak, photo: courtesy of the artist

Conductor, choirmaster and organizer of musical life. Founder and conductor of the Collegium Cantorum Choir - currently the music ensemble of the Częstochowa Philharmonic. He was born on 12th of June 1961, in Częstochowa.

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A conductor born on the 15th of August 1951 in Poznań. In the autumn of 2014 he became the first permanent conductor of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in London.

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Szymon Bywalec, photo: IAM

Szymon Bywalec is a conductor, born on the 11th of February in Tychy.

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Monika Wolińska, photo: Barbara Piotrowska

Conductor, born on 4th of May 1974 in Chełm, Poland.

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Paweł Łukaszewski; photo by Mariusz Makowski

The Polish composer and artistic director of MUSICA SACRA Choir has received the prestigious Orphee d’Or – Grand Prix du Disque Lyrique – Prix Hector Berlioz at the 2014 Academie du Disque Lyrique Awards in Paris, for his album Missa di Maria a Magdala.

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Andrzej Kosendiak, photo: Łukasz Rajchert

Andrzej Kosendiak is a conductor, educator and organiser of cultural life. He was born on the 5th of October, 1955.

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Paweł Kotla, photo. Marcin Stępień

Conductor, born on the 5th of June, 1972, in Szczecin and Artistic Director of the I, CULTURE Orchestra.

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Jacek Kaspszyk, photo: Donat Brykczyński / Reporter / East News

Conductor. He has been the general director of the Grand Theatre in Warsaw and his work in Opera has been highly appreciated.

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Mariusz Smolij, photo: press materials

Conductor and pedagogue, born on 1st May, 1962 in Siemanowice Śląskie.

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Jan Ptaszyn Wróblewski, photo: Bogdan Chmura

Saxophonist, composer, arranger, conductor, feature writer, and radio reporter. He is credited with many recordings and his discography has over ten original albums and several dozen featured records.

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Andrzej Kurylewicz, Jazz Jamboree Festival, 1970, Warsaw, photo: Jerzy Płoński / Forum

Composer, pianist, trumpeter, trombonist, and conductor; one of the pioneers of jazz music in Poland and his love for the genre got him expeled from his studies of piano and composition.

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Conductor, violist and composer.

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Source: pl.chopin.nifc.pl

A conductor and bassoonist, he has been the musical director of Sinfonia Varsovia and the artistic director of the Salzburg Mozartwoche.

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