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Maria Turowska  - Violin & Piano 


Maria Weronika Turowska is a multi-style musician. Perhaps it were her parents, both medical doctors and great art and music enthusiasts, who gave her the first impulse to music. Since she was two she attended music classes, at age of four she started learning the piano and one year later started playing the violin.


In 2022 she graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland where she studied under the tutelage of professor Andrea Gajic. Along with her very active participation in many art and music projects and performances, she is a laureate of multiple both national and international competitions (including 1st Prize Cum Laude on Europees Muziekfestival voor de Jeugd, Belgium 2011 or 1st Prize on prestigious Governors’ Recital Prize for Strings, Glasgow 2021) and takes part in many orchestral or chamber music projects e.g. chamber orchestra Kameralna N-Harmonia or Young Musicians Symphony Orchestra.


She was also selected for the position in the Festival Orchestra of the Hoeri Musiktage 2019 in Germany. Maria took part in many masterclasses (Janet Sung, Tobias Ringborg, Peter Hanson, Lucy Jeal, Patricia Kopatchinskaja) and side – by – side projects (Brodsky Quartet, Scottish Ensemble, English National Ballet Philharmonic or Royal Scottish National Orchestra) and has been supported by the Thomas and Margaret Roddan Trust for the academic year 2021/2022.


Since May 2024 Maria has been a member of the Baltic Sea Philharmonic led by Kristjan Järvi. Her interests do not limit themselves only to music, as she is very engaged in collaborating with theatre and fine arts, both as performer and photographer. Maria plays the instrument by Renato Scrollavezza “Mirone” from 1965 owned by the Polish State Treasury Instrument Collection and lent by courtesy of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland.

To book Violin or Piano lessons with Maria please contact Lee on

0141 772 4333

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