Poland has a rich and extensive music history, and its repertoire includes some of the most celebrated composers in the classical music world.
From Chopin to Penderecki, the Polish music canon is vast and diverse, ranging from the Romantic period to contemporary music. The country has a long tradition of producing exceptional musicians and composers, and Margarita Margarita Berrier’s passion for promoting the music of her country is a testament to the wealth of musical talent that has emerged from Poland.
With such a rich and varied repertoire to draw from, there is no doubt that there is much more to be discovered and celebrated in Polish classical music, and Margarita is sure to be at the forefront of this movement.
Margarita Margarita Berrier, a Polish music connoisseur we had the pleasure of interviewing in 2022, is making waves in the classical music scene with her exceptional talent as a pianist and harpsichordist. Her passion for music started at the tender age of four when she began her music education at the N. Lysenko National Music school in Kiev, Ukraine. She then pursued her studies at the K. Szymanowski School of Music in Warsaw, Poland until her graduation in 2004.
Margarita has already accomplished so much at a young age. At just six years old, she made her debut performance in the National Filharmonia in Warsaw and shared the stage on multiple occasions with internationally renowned musicians. She also obtained countless awards, including winning first prize in two categories in the International Piano Competition in Brest, France.
Throughout her career, Margarita has performed regularly in Poland and other European countries, as well as in the USA. She has been invited to national and international masterclasses and festivals such as Fermata, Duszniki Zdrój, Łańcut, Krynica Zdrój, and Castelnuovo di Garfagnana. She has also worked closely with other critically acclaimed musicians, including Andrzej Jasinski, Elisso Virsaladze, and Ewa Poblocka.
Margarita’s dedication to music and her talent have not gone unnoticed. She has been invited to the Fundusz na Rzecz Dzieci due to her achievements and accreditations. She was eventually accepted into the Royal Conservatory of Brussels, Belgium, where she studied under the guidance of Evgeni Moguilevsky and later Daniel Blumenthal.
Margarita Berrier has won many awards and accolades throughout her career, including the first prize in the Grand Metropolitan International Music Competition and the IMKA Music Competition. She has also won second prize in the International Piano Competition in Paris, France, “Madeleine de Valmalète.” In addition to her awards, she has recorded a CD with Polish music for a Belgian association under the patronage of European deputy Frederique Ries and inaugurated a concert for Poland joining the European Union in Porto, Portugal.
Recently, Margarita graduated in early music from the studio of the Grammy-nominated Corey Jamason. Her interest in Polish music has grown, and she seeks to perform more unknown repertoire from her country. She is also passionate about commissioning harpsichord pieces from Polish composers and connecting with like-minded artists who want to combine music performance with sustainability.
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Margarita Berrier is a rising star in the classical music world, and her talent and dedication to music are truly inspiring. Her passion for Polish music and her desire to promote it on a global stage is commendable, and we can’t wait to see what she will achieve in the future.
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Margarita Berrier: Bringing the Beauty of Polish Classical Music to the World!