'She is one of those pianists who makes the piano fly!'
Graham Johnson

Combined with a brilliant piano technique, Kasia Wieczorek's musicality and energetic stage-presence has captivated audiences on major concert stages throughout the world, both as a soloist and chamber musician. Her reputation has taken her to countless festivals; from the Rheingau Music Festival to the Bastad Chamber Music Festival, the Lucerne Festival, the Beethoven Fest Bonn, and the Ludwigsburger Schlossfestspiele, among others.

Her versatility and collaborative supportiveness has led her to collaborate with some outstanding musicians including Steven Isserlis, Sol Gabetta, Ana Chumachenko, Julian Rachlin, Grace Bumbry, Guy Braunstein, Nobuko Imai and more. She has recorded for WDR Radio Cologne, Swiss Radio, HR Radio, NDR Television and for the exclusive BBC Radio Series "New Generation Artists".

'Kasia's playing and her supportive enthusiasm keeps the music fresh and inspiring. There is a joy in collaboration emanating from her each time she appears on stage and her presence helps lift the music beyond routine'

Richard Stoltzmann

Kasia Wieczorek was born into a musical family in Jelenia Gora, Poland and has won several prizes in National and International Piano Competitions. These include the Carl Bergemann Sight Reading Competition in 2007, the Marco Polo International International Piano Competition and the Chopin Competition for the Youth. She studied with Prof. Martin Dörrie and Prof. Matti Raekallio (Juilliard School) at the Hochschule für Musik, Theater und Medien (Music Academy for Music, Theatre and Media in Hanover).

Since 2011, she has been a member of "Rhapsody in School", an international music organisation founded by Lars Vogt. As a founding member of the Limes Piano Trio, their repertoire ranges from usual classical repertoire to exploring rich territories of other music genres, including jazz and funk. Aside from giving master classes throughout Europe, Asia and USA, Kasia Wieczorek works as a lecturer at the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt am Main, the city in which she makes her home.