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Taki Alsop Conducting Fellow 2022-24

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'Duczmal-Mróz’s clear beat, vigorous body language and fluid control worked to accentuate the positive, resulting in a fervent reading. Her career progress will bear watching...'

Chicago Classical Review, 2022


Photo credit: Jacek Mójta

Polish conductor Anna Duczmal-Mróz is Artistic Director and conductor of the Amadeus Chamber Orchestra of the Polish Radio, with which she regularly records and performs internationally. 

Anna’s most recent debuts include the National Orchestra Institute and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Upcoming projects include Organ Symphony by Saint-Saëns with the London Mozart Players and a debut with the L'Orchestre National de Bretagne, concerts with Staatsorchester Mainz and Staatskapelle Weimar in Germany, a tour with Sinfonietta Riga, alongside her regular concerts with the Amadeus Chamber Orchestra of Polish Radio. 

Anna has worked with all the major orchestras in Poland, including Warsaw National Philharmonic, Sinfonia Varsovia, and National Symphony Orchestra of Polish Radio. She conducted orchestras in Germany, Italy, Belgium, Austria, France, Spain, Japan, Mexico, and South America.

She has performed in major concert halls such as the Wiener Konzerthaus Mozart Saal, the Gustav Mahler Saal, the Max Littmann Saal, the Palais des Beaux -Arts in Brussels and at major festivals in Poland (such as Chopin and His Europe, Ludwig van Beethoven Easter Festival), Germany, South America and the USA (Ravinia Festival and National Orchestral Institute & Festival).

She held assistant conductor positions to Eiji Oue at NDR Radiophilharmonie, and to Antoni Wit at the Warsaw National Philharmonic.

Anna Duczmal-Mróz performed with artists such as Wynton Marsalis and The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Avi Avital, Daniel Hope, Kirill Troussov, Ingolf Wunder, Georgij Osokins, Veriko Tchumburidze, Alexander Gadijev, and Martin Garcia Garcia among others.

She is a committed proponent of Polish music both in Poland and abroad, in concert and on radio, and regularly records Polish music with her orchestra. She is a creator of the world’s first five-disc series of all chamber symphonies by Mieczyslaw Weinberg, which were recorded for the German labels CPO and Polish DUX. The recordings were warmly received by critics in Poland, Germany, France and Spain, the albums were awarded ‘Exceptional’ recognition in the Spanish Scherzo Magazine, and brought three nominations for Fryderyk and ICMA Awards in 2020.

April 2024. Not to be altered without permission 

Territory: Scandinavia 

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