Music In The Museum: Jaga Klimaszewska and Kasia Ziminska

Enjoy a music performance taking place in Wardown House, Museum and Gallery's stunning Drawing Room - surrounded by the museum's unique art collection and with spectacular views overlooking Wardown Park.

Jaga Klimaszewska and Kasia Ziminska, leading musicians from Poland will take the audience on a fascinating musical journey from Bach to Jazz, encompassing the beautiful music of their homeland along the way.

Running Time: 2 hours

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Jaga Klimaszewska

Born in Gdansk, Poland, Jaga started playing the violin at age seven. She studied at music schools in Gdansk and later in London. Jaga earned her Bachelor of Music Diploma from Guildhall School of Music and Drama in 2013. She completed a Master of Performance at the Royal College of Music and received awards for her achievements. Jaga has performed across Europe as a soloist and chamber musician in various prestigious concert halls.

Kasia Ziminska

A versatile violinist and violist, Kasia explores a wide range of music from early to contemporary experimental pieces. She studied at Guildhall School of Music, Accademmia Santa Cecilia in Bergamo, and completed her Masters at the Royal College of Music. Kasia has performed in masterclasses with Maxim Vengerov and showcased her talents in solo performances, including the Vivaldi Four Seasons with Silk Street Sinfonia. Passionate about historical performance and classical improvisation, Kasia is also a founding member of the prizewinning Salomé Quartet and Ensemble Kopernikus. She has collaborated with various contemporary ensembles and her performances have been broadcasted internationally.

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