Joanna Czapinska-Wroblewska – is a graduate of Bydgoszcz Academy of Music in piano class of Prof. Wiesława Ronowska. Holder of Ministry of Art and Culture scholarship as well as Primus Inter Pares distinction for Exceptionally Gifted Young Students under the patronage of the President of the Republic of Poland, she perfected her musical skills attending a number of piano masterclasses of distinguished artists: Tatiana Shebanova, Pawel Gililov, Pierre Amoyal, Andrzej Tatarski, Maria Szwajger-Kulakowska, to name but a few. Since 1995 acting in her capacity as pianist – accompanist Joanna Czapinska-Wroblewska has earned considerable recognition for her work with accomplished musicians like Jadwiga Kaliszewska, Jan Stanienda, Piotr Reichert, Marcin Baranowski, Bartosz Bryla, Bartlomiej Niziol, Ivan Monighetti, Arto Noras, Konstanty Andrzej Kulka and Vadim Brodski. She has been regularly invited to participate in different projects set up by Krzysztof Penderecki European Music Centre. To the most prominent recordings of Joanna Czapinska-Wroblewska belong the ones with Szymon Marciniak (double-bass, 2001) and Katarzyna Bakowska (violin, 2001) – a jubilee edition comprising I.J.Paderewski’s works. Her musical career has taken her to many parts of Poland as well as numerous countries all over the world (Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Japan, Austria, the Czech Republic and Romania) where Joanna Czapinska-Wroblewska performed numerous masterpieces of chamber music to great acclaim. Currently Joanna Czapinska-Wroblewska is teaching in the Department of Stringed Instruments and Chamber Music in Bydgoszcz Academy of Music. Since 1997 she has also been a professor of A.Rubinstein Music School in Bydgoszcz.