Photo. B. Sobota
Olga Lazarska (in
Polish: Łazarska), graduated Master of Art from the Cracow
Academy of Music; she studied the piano under Prof. Ewa Bukojemska and worked as her assistant within the first 10 years
after getting a diploma. Olga Lazarska doubtlessly
belongs to the actual elite of Polish piano teachers. She contributes her
pedagogic talent to one of the most prominent Polish cultural environment,
which is the City of Cracow, traditionally seen
as the artistic capital of
Very many highly talented students polished their
piano artistic skills under brilliant guidance of Maestra.
At this point one should distinguish Miss Julia
Kociuban, who despite her
youngness had won many domestic and international piano competitions. She got
the Grand Prix at the International Chopin Competition in Narva
Mrs. OLGA LAZARSKA gives piano master-courses and pedagogical seminars; furthermore, she takes part in juries of the domestic and international piano competitions for the piano youth.
Going to a little bit deeper into more personal things, she likes dogs - especially such slightly crazy white-black mongrels, Anglo-Saxon and Polish modern literature (particularly, works of Mr. Jerzy Pilch).
Attention: Mrs. Lazarska doesn't like ice cream, instead she admires the homemade cakes and a bitter chocolate; hers favored color is violet in all of its tones; she also loves skiing and aerobic belongs as well to her beloved hobbies.
"Likely untypical, considering I'm a woman", she smiles...
Last revised: 2010-02-07