Katarzyna Tarkowska – Master cello lessons at Unisono Music School Warsaw

Cello Lessons Warsaw, Katarzyna Tarkowska

Experienced Artist And Professor Masterclasses

In 2016 Katarzyna Tarkowska participated in The International Musical Interpretation Master Workshops in Nowy Sącz (Poland) – class of Professor Piotr Hausenplas, and in the 11th edition of The Polish Musical Workshops in Łomża (Poland) – class of Professor Andrzej Zieliński.

She developed her professional and musical skills in master lessons with outstanding cello masters – Professor Piotr Hausenplas, Professor Kazimierz Michalik, Professor Tomasz Strahl, and Professor Andrzej Zieliński.

Katarzyna Tarkowska also played in the Symphonic Orchestra of The Repertoire Theatre in Warsaw and was a member of The Polish Army Representational Orchestra.

She is studying classical singing in the class of Professor Izabella Jaszczułt-Kraszewska and participated in the vocal master lessons carried out by Professor Jolanta Janucik. She also sung at The Solemn Mass dedicated to the 70th Anniversary of The Karol Szymanowski Musical School in Warsaw.

She completed her cello studies – diploma with distinction. Her most important achievements are, e.g.

  • 1st prize at the 5th Meeting of the Young Polish Cello Players in Ełk (Poland)
  • 3rd Prize at the 6th Polish Cello Competition in Sochaczew (Poland) in 2015
  • 3rd Prize at the 7th Polish Cello Competition in 2017.
  • She also participated with distinction in the Regional CEA Musical Audition in 2017.
  • Katarzyna Tarkowska was also awarded 3rd Prize at 17th International Juliusz Zarębski Musical Competition held in 2017 in Łomianki (Poland)
  • in 2018 – she got the Grand Prix at the 7th Meeting of the Polish Young Cello Players in Ełk (Poland).
  • In 2018 she won the 1st Prize at the 25th Polish Cello Confrontations in Bydgoszcz (Poland).


In 2017 Katarzyna Tarkowska participated in cello practices in the “Music Without Frontiers” project at the Conservatorio de Musica Jacinto de Toledo (Spain) – class of Professor Michał Dmochowski.

The unique character of Katarzyna Tarkowska cello teaching at the Unisono Musical School

Katarzyna Tarkowska’s cello lessons are children-friendly without stress accompanying ordinary teaching methods. The pupils voluntarily participate in regular concerts which allows them to develop self-confidence and gather scenic experience. This also stimulates the pupil’s harmonious artistic development.

These features are essential elements in our School programs developed in the recent 10 years of our musical activity. Our program is rooted in the long-term experience of the musical and pedagogic activity, confirmed by the excellent results our pupils achieve during exams at the ABRSM (Associated Board of the Royal School of Music).

The timetable in our School is flexible and can be adapted to the individual needs and possibilities of pupils. We welcome you to individual informative interviews and cello lessons in Warsaw.

Lessons in our School are carried out in rooms prepared for music teaching equipped with all that is necessary and convenient for the children and teachers.

You will find information and contact possibility as well as our address under https://www.musicacademy.pl/contact-academy/

Why cello instrument is special?

The cello is a special instrument for many reasons. Here are a few:

  • Sound: The cello has a rich, warm, and full sound that is unlike any other instrument. It can produce a wide range of tones and dynamics, from soft and delicate to bold and powerful.
  • Range: The cello has a wide range of pitches, making it capable of playing melodies as well as providing a strong foundation for ensemble music.
  • Versatility: The cello can be used in a variety of musical settings, from classical orchestras to rock bands. It is also a popular choice for solo performances.
  • Solo repertoire: The cello has a rich solo repertoire, with many pieces written specifically for the instrument. This gives cellists the opportunity to showcase their skills and express their musicality.
  • Physicality: Playing the cello requires a combination of physical skill and musicality. The instrument requires precise bowing techniques and coordination between the left and right hands.
  • Overall, the cello is a special instrument that is capable of producing a wide range of sounds and has a rich solo repertoire. It is also a versatile instrument that can be used in many different musical settings.

Why it is worth taking cello lessons in Warsaw?

There are many reasons why it may be worth taking cello lessons in Warsaw faculty of Unisono Music Academy. Here are a few:

  1. Improved musical skills: Cello lessons can help you develop your musical skills and understanding of music theory. This can be beneficial for anyone who is interested in music, whether as a hobby or a career.
  2. Increased self-discipline: Playing the cello requires practice and dedication. Taking cello lessons can help you develop self-discipline and a strong work ethic, which can be beneficial in many areas of life.
  3. Improved coordination: Playing the cello requires coordination between the left and right hand, as well as precise bowing techniques. Cello lessons can help you improve your coordination and physical skills.
  4. Increased self-esteem: As you progress in your cello lessons and see your skills improve, you may experience increased self-esteem and confidence.
  5. Opportunity to perform: Cello lessons can provide you with the opportunity to perform in front of an audience, whether in a solo setting or as part of an ensemble. This can be a rewarding and exciting experience.

Overall, cello lessons can be a worthwhile investment for anyone who is interested in music and wants to develop their skills and confidence.