Danuta Szlubowska, an award-winning Polish pianist and pedagogue, received her Masters of Music in Piano Performance degree from the prestigious Chopin Music Academy in Warsaw, Poland.
Mrs. Szlubowska and her husband, Janusz Szlubowski, have performed as a duo, the Szlubowski Piano Duo, at such prestigious venues as the Bartok Seminar in Budapest, Hungary; the Slupsk International Festival in Poland; the “Jeunesse Musical” Festival in Czestochowa, Poland; the Chopin Seminar and the Warsaw Autumn International Festival for Contemporary Music in Warsaw, Poland; the International Piano Seminar in Weimar, Germany; and others.
In the United States, she has performed at venues including the Governor’s Mansion in Olympia, Washington; Peabody Conservatory of Music Concert Series in Baltimore, Maryland; the La Crosse Center, Wisconsin; University of Washington School of Music, Seattle, Washington; Festival South in Hattiesburg, Mississippi; as well as the Millsaps College, Hinds Community College, and Belhaven University in Jackson and Raymond, Mississippi.
Mrs. Szlubowska currently teaches piano at Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi. She has been a sought-after pedagogue for more than 40 years and has achieved much success with her students. While still teaching in Poland, many of her students won awards in Europe and the United States.
In addition to being part of the Ensemble Polonaise, Mrs. Szlubowska performs regularly in a violin/piano duo with her daughter, Marta Szlubowska, the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra’s Concertmistress. Mrs. Danuta Szlubowska and her family live in Jackson, Mississippi.