Anna Maria Stańczyk is a pianist, whose eloquence and striking individualism are clearly enhanced through her music. She creates a highly powerful paradox in her style of playing, emphasising the delicacy and subtlety, while maintaining superb control and a boisterous quality to her music. Her outstanding talent and eminent presentation captures the hearts of many audiences all over the world.
Anna Maria has performed in: Europe, Asia, and Central and North America. She has played in major concert halls including: the, “Philharmonic Hall” Warsaw”, Van Leer Hall”, Jerusalem, “Philharmonic Hall”, Odessa, St. Lawrence Centre”, Toronto, Wigmore Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room, London and Carnegie Recital Hall, New York where she received the following review:
”Miss Stańczyk is a pianist with a genuine feel for the Romantic repertory. Her tone although heroic, is capable of a myriad shading subtleties, and she has the intelligence and sense of narrative structure, that is crucial to any reading of this music.” New York Times.
Chopin The Course celebrated the 200th anniversary of the birth of Fryderyk Chopin. A crew of Polish students embarked on a four-month voyage to meet their European neighbours.The young Polish ambassadors arrived in London for the Thames Festival.
Anna Maria Stańczyk gave 3 Chopin concerts at the Festival in
St Katherine’s Dock, Tower Bridge, London.