A Polish evening will be held at "Ohrid Summer" on Tuesday, including a soloist concert of pianist Joanna Trzeciak in cathedral church "St.Sophia".
The programme includes pieces by Szymanovsky, Chopin and Beethoven.
Joanna Trzeciak graduated from Warsaw Conservatory, under prof. Jan Ekier. During her studies, she won a scholarship from the Chopin Foundation. In 1978, she was selected by the Polish Ministry of Culture to specialize at Moscow Conservatory. Trzeciak developed rich international career, performing in Europe, USA, Canada, Brazil, Uruguay, Lebanon and other countries. She has performed as a soloist with renowned orchestras and has given recitals at famous festivals and concert halls. Trzeciak is also an accomplished chamber musician. After recording LP's in Poland, Germany and Belgium, her first CD appeared in 1990 under the Pavane label with music by Szymanowski. A new edition followed in 1993 with the first Sonata and 4 Rondo's by Chopin. During the last few years Joanna Trzeciak discovered the music of Johann Nepomuk Hummel. As a result she has recorded 2 CD's with the "World first recording" program. She received a very enthusiastic international reviews, inter alia, five diapasons. In December 2006 she recorded the recital for KNS Classical with Chopin's 5 Polonaises and Rachmaninov's 5 Etudes-tableaux op.39. In October 2010, the Chopin Year, she received the Award of Merit of Polish Minister of Culture.
The concert is supported by the Polish Embassy to Macedonia.