We are pleased to announce that Polish Sinfonia Iuventus Orchestra has received a grant under the National Institute of Music and Dance’s programme “Resident Conductor” financed by the Ministry of Culture, National Heritage and Sports.

Anna Sułkowska-Migoń, violist and conductor, will be the resident conductor in artistic season 2021/2022. She is a graduate of M.A. studies at the Chopin University of Music in Warsaw in the class of viola and B.A. studies in symphony and opera conducting at the Academy of Music in Bydgoszcz. She is currently a student of two master’s programmes at the Academy of Music in Kraków: symphony conducting in the class of Łukasz Borowicz, Ph.D., and artistic education in musical arts, majoring in directing vocal and vocal-instrumental ensembles, in the classes of Prof. Lidia Matynian, Ph.D., and Andrzej Korzeniowski, Ph.D. Her debut was on the stage of the Warmia and Mazury Philharmonic, where she conducted her diploma concert. She was awarded grants as part of many programmes and participated in a number of music courses. She is a finalist of Lanyi Conducting Competition and assisted conductors such as Marek Pijarowski, Szymon Makowski or Antoni Wit.

The purpose of the “Resident Conductor” artistic programme is to facilitate the start of young conductors’ careers and to encourage concert institutions to cooperate with artists of new generation. It is also a unique opportunity to work with a professional ensemble and persons representing the world of music. The goal of the programme is also to contribute to an increased number of performances of pieces composed by Polish authors.

dyrygentka Anna Sułkowska-Migoń
Anna Sułkowska-Migoń – photo Joanna Gałuszka