Marta Szlubowska

RESUME

Ms. Szlubowska's resume is truly international in scope. Besides her performances, she has also shared her skills and passion with others in a teaching and mentoring capacity.

 

Concerto Performances:

Beyond the South Chamber Orchestra

Mississippi Symphony Orchestra

Eau Claire Chamber Orchestra

Everett Symphony Orchestra

Tacoma Symphony OrchestraŹ

Olympia Symphony OrchestraŹ

Peabody Symphony Orchestra

Peabody Chamber OrchestraŹ

Peabody Symphony Orchestra

Germantown Symphony Orchestra

Master Camerata Chamber Orchestra

La Crosse Symphony Orchestra

Bellevue Philharmonic

North Carolina Symphony Orchestra

Vancouver Symphony Orchestra
(Washington state)

Richmond Philharmonic Orchestra

Gray's Harbor Symphony

Pacific Lutheran University Symphony Orchestra

Recital Venue Highlights:

Thalia Mara Concert Hall, Jackson, MS

Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson, MS

Elvehjem Museum, Madison, WI

Phillips Collection, Washington, DC

Merkin Hall, New York, NY Shriver Hall,

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD

Community Concert Inc., Redding, CA

Governor's Mansion Concert Series, Olympia, WA

Polish Embassy, Washington, DC

Belle Arte Concert Series, Bellevue, WA

Chamber Music:

Mississippi Symphony String Quartet (current)

Appassionato Piano Trio (current)

Mississippi Fine Arts String Trio (current)

Tango Rendezvous (current)

Mississippi Fine Arts String Quartet (2008-2010)

Regency String Quartet (1st violin);

Faculty Ensemble at Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma WA (6 years)

Governor's Chamber Music Series, Olympia, WA

Chamber Music Society of Seattle Concert Series, Seattle, WA

Second City Chamber Series, Tacoma, WA

Marrowstone Music Festival, Port Towsend, WA

Amherst College Chamber Music Series, Amherst, MA

Utah Music Festival, Logan, UT

Tanglewood Music Festival, Meadowmount School for Strings

Performances Abroad:

Chile (Santiago)

Peru (Lima)

Colombia (Ibague, Bogota)

France (Grenoble, Lyon)

Austria (Vienna, Eisenstadt)

Hungary (Budapest)

Czech Republic (Prague)

Poland (Warsaw, Poznan, Lodz, Elblag, Pila, Plonsk, Pultusk, Mlawa, Ciechanow,
Nowy Sacz )

England (London, Coventry)

Finland (Helsinki, Espo)

Belgium (Brussels, Kraainem)

Russia (Moscow)

Canada (Vancouver)

Collaborations:

Charles Treger, Julius Baker, Sergiu Luca, Phillip Neagele,
Alex Klein, Kevin Kenner, Judith Glyde
Yariv Aloni, Gerhardt Zimmerman , Harvey Felder

Competitions/Awards:

1995 - Semifinalist, Sibelius International Violin Competition, Finland

1992 - 2nd Prize, Bryan International String Competition, NC

1991 - Semifinalist, Wieniawski International violin Competition, Poland

1990 - Semifinalist, Sibelius International Violin Competition, Finland

1990 - 4th Prize, Greater Palm Beach Symphony International Violin Competition, FL

1988 & 1989 (summers) - Full Scholarship, Meadowmount Summer Institute for Strings, NY

1986 & 1987 (summers) - Full Fellowship, Tanglewood Music Festival, MA

1986 - 1st Prize, Yale Gordon Concerto Competition, MD

1984 & 1987 - Full Fellowships, Alexander Schneider New York String Seminar, NY

1983 thru 1989 - Joseph Maddy Scholarship, Peabody Conservatory of Music, MD

1984 - 1st Prize, Marbury Concerto Competition, MD

1980 & 1982(summers) - Full Scholarship, Interlochen Music Festival, Ml

Radio and Television:

Mississippi Public Radio, MPB, Jackson, MS

Wisconsin Public Radio, Madison, Wl (nine affiliates) UWL-FM,

Radio in La Crosse, Wl WGTS-FM,

NPR in Washington, DC

TV stations in Winona, La Crescent, MN

TV station in La Crosse, Wl UWLAX Radio, La Crosse, Wl

KING, FM Radio in Seattle, WA

Polish Radio and Television in Poznan and Warsaw,

Poland Finnish Radio and Television in Helsinki, Finland

WBJC-FM and WJHU-FM Radio in Baltimore, MD

Maryland Public Television

Education:

MM, Violin Performance: University of Massachusetts at Amherst (1992)
Teacher: Charles Treger

Artist Diploma: Peabody Conservatory of Music, Baltimore, MD (1990)
Teacher: Bert Senofsky

BM, Violin Performance: Peabody Conservatory of Music, Baltimore, MD (1987)
Teachers:Berl Senofsky,Charles Libove

Honorary Diploma: Karol Szymanowski Music Lyceum, Warsaw, Poland (1983)
Teacher: Janusz Szok

Teaching Experience:

1999-2004: Faculty, St. Mary's University, Winona, MN

1992-1999: Assistant Professor of Violin, Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA

1993-summer: Faculty, Utah Music Festival, Logan, UT

1993-summer: Faculty, Marrowstone Music Festival, Port Towsend, WA

1993 & 1994: Faculty, Sitka Fine Arts Institute, Sftka, AK

1990-1992: Teaching Assistant, Performing Arts Division, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, MA

1990-1992: Faculty, Deerfield Academy, Deertield, MA

Orchestral Experience:

2004-Present: Concertmistress, Mississippi Symphony Orchestra, MS

2010 (summer): Section Violin: Vermont Mozart Festival, Burlington, VT

2001-2004: Substitute (Finalist at the MO international auditions), Minnesota Orchestra, MN

2001-2006 (summers): Section Violin, Colorado Music Festival Symphony Orchestra, CO

1999-2004: Concertmistress/ Associate Concertmistress, La Crosse Symphony Orchestra, WI

1999-2000: Concertmistress, Eau Claire Chamber Orchestra, Wl

1998-1999: Concertmistress, Tacoma Symphony Orchestra, WA

1993 (summer): Section Violin, Eastern Music Festival Symphony Orchestra, NC

1992-1998: Concertmistress, Pacific Lutheran University Symphony Orchestra, WA