Music for Wexford present Dominika Witowicz  & Ellen Jansson

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Music for Wexford present Dominika Witowicz & Ellen Jansson

Dominika Witowicz, violin and Ellen Jansson, piano

By Music for Wexford

When and where

Date and time

Wed, 19 Jul 2023 13:05 - 14:00 IST


St. Iberius Church North Main Street Y35 V635 Wexford Ireland

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About this event

  • 55 minutes
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Lili Boulanger - D‘un Matin de Printemps

Debussy - Violin Sonata in G minor

Prokofiev - Five melodies for Violin and Piano  op. 35b

Szymanowski - Danse Paysanne de ‘Harnasie’

Ravel - Tzigane 

Hailed as "a major talent" after her Carnegie Hall debut with Prokofiev Third Piano Concerto, Irish pianist Ellen Jansson is quickly establishing herself as one of Ireland’s most versatile and exciting young musicians. As a student of Mary Beattie, she graduated from CSM as Taught MA Student-of-the-Year 2020. She also studied with Martin Hughes at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna and is a past pupil of the prestigious Chetham’s School of Music in Manchester, where she was the winner of the Chetham’s Yamaha Piano Competition.Ellen has appeared as soloist with the New York Concerti Sinfonietta, National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine, Esker Festival Orchestra, National Youth Orchestra of Ireland and CSM Symphony Orchestra. She has performed in many prominent Irish venues as well as abroad in Carnegie Hall (New York), Alexela Concert Hall (Tallinn), and the Ukrainian Radio Concert Hall (Kyiv).

Dominika Witowicz was born in Rzeszów, Poland. She completed her violin studies with a masters degree at the Cracow Academy in the class of Professor Wiesław Kwaśny, concertmaster of the Varsovi Symphony Orchestra. She is currently studying at the Music and Art University of the City of Vienna in the class of Professor Dominika Falger. She is the winner of many competitions such as the International Music Competition Malta, Copenhagen, Berlin, Sogliano al Rubicone, Prague and Fidelio Competition, among others. She performed solo with the Philharmonie in Rzeszów with the Vieuxtemps Violin Concerto Op.5. She took part in music courses such as the Summer Music Academy with the Scharoun Ensemble of the Berlin Philharmonic, the Music Festival & Master Course Piła with Bartłomiej Nizioł and a master course with the Kronos Quartet.She is a member of the Vienna Classical Players and the Wiener Concertverein. She has also worked with orchestras such as the Krakow Philharmonic, the National Forum for Music in Wroclaw, the Concertgebouw Orchestra and the RCO Side by Side project.

Please note, the original violinist Jane Hackett has had to withdraw due to illness. We wish her a speedy recovery. This is a change from the originally advertised programme

About the organiser

Organised by
Music for Wexford

Since its foundation in 1993, Music for Wexford has presented Wexford audiences with an impressive programme of chamber music concerts featuring both Irish and international musicians. The organisation has constantly worked towards providing high calibre concerts which are priced to make them available to everyone.

Each year Music for Wexford has sought to stage a series of concerts that represents an attractive, interesting and sometimes unfamiliar repertoire performed by wonderful musicians. Music for Wexford also have a particular interest in promoting young musicians and singers at the start of their careers, and this year’s series of Summer lunchtime concerts reflects that interest, with an abundance of young musicians, singers and composers forming the majority of the line up.

To learn more about Music for Wexford, visit our website