Ewa Kupiec regularly performs at the world’s leading festivals and with major orchestras and conductors. The renowned Polish conductor Stanislaw Skrowaczewski has initiated and supported an exceptionally fruitful musical collaboration between the two, and as such they have performed all over the world and, released in 2003, recorded Chopin’s Piano Concertos together. Ewa Kupiec is closely connected to the music of Chopin and other Polish composers. For his 200th birthday she offered three different Chopin recital programmes. In addition to standard works, her concerto repertoire includes works by Loewe and Veress. For Sony, she has recorded Władysław Szpilman’s music, known from the film The Pianist. Her Berlin Konzerthaus performance in 2005 of Schnittke’s First Piano Concerto with the Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra was the first performance of this work since 1964 and was released on CD in 2008. Ewa Kupiec studied in Katowice, at the Chopin Academy in Warsaw and at the Royal Academy of Music in London, and in 1992 won the ARD Music Competition (category duo piano/cello). Since autumn 2011 she has served as a professor for piano at the Hanover Hochschule fur Musik, Theater und Medien.