Eva Maria Doroszkowska is an international pianist whose dramatic and colourful interpretations have earned her high acclaim.
She enjoys a busy teaching and performing schedule which takes her round the world. She has appeared on BBC and Polish television and radio.
A keen interest in contemporary music, she has worked with two of the 20th Century’s finest composers, Gorecki and Per Norgard.
Eva is passionate about chamber music and has worked with various ensembles from string quartet to jazz and pop. She has been teaching at the Royal Academy Junior Department since 2001 and enjoys a varied life as soloist, teacher, accompanist and festival adjudicator. She won a scholarship to study at the Katowice Szymanowski Academy in Poland, also studying in Amsterdam, Holland and a travel bursary for Soloist Masters Class in Copenhagen. She won a scholarship for her undergraduate studies at the Royal Northern.
Alongside her performing, teaching and adjudication work, Eva Maria has worked closely with Alexander Technique for the last 15 years and writes for International Piano Magazine.