Joanna Kaczorowska is one of the most qualified and highly educated musicians in the classical music circle, but her skills go beyond her impressive background in music performance. She is passionate about bringing music to underserved communities, and as such, in conjunction with Carnegie Hall, Co-Founded a project that provided interactive music experiences to children at oncology hospitals in New York. She is also an advocate of mentorship and inspiration in music, and has presented on this topic for TEDx.
Joanna is a highly qualified music professional, having studied at the Music Academy in Poznan (Poland), The University of Massachusetts, The Academy (A program of Carnegie Hall, Juilliard School of Music and the Weill Music Institute, in conjunction with the New York City Department of Education) and the highly acclaimed Stony Brook University, where she earned her Doctorate in Music Arts, majoring in Violin Performance.
Her performance highlights include appearances at Steingraeber Hall (Bayreuth, Germany), the Guggenheim Museum (New York City), Suntory Hall (Tokyo, Japan), Carnegie Hall (New York City), as well as European Tours with the world renowned New World Symphony.
Joanna’s orchestral experience includes The Academy (New York City 2007-2008), New World Symphony (Florida / Rome Tours 2004-2005), European String Academy Chamber Orchestra (Germany 2002-2004), Stony Brook University Orchestra (2002-2004), Michael Tilson Thomas’ Chamber Orchestra (Carnegie Hall, NYC, 2003), University of Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra (2000-2002), Jeunesses Musicales Symphony Orchestra (1994-1996).