Magdalena Kopacz-Nyklewicz – violin (Cracow, Poland)
Violin teacher and school orchestra conducrtor in Rutkowski Music School I and II degree in Cracow.
Honorary Diploma and title of “Best teacher” of the III London International Music Competition, 2017
Magdalena Kopacz-Nyklewicz graduated from the Academy of Music in Cracow (diploma with distinction) at the Faculty of Music Education – direction – “conducting vocal and vocal and instrumental ensembles” in the class of professor Lidia Matynian.
She also graduated from the Academy of Music named K. Szymanowski in Katowice (diploma with very good marks) in violin class of professor Beata Warykiewicz – Siwy.
She continually raises her qualifications by taking part in various workshops, open classes, courses and trainings.
Magdalena Kopacz-Nyklewicz is an appointed teacher. Since 2002 she has been running a school orchestra and since 2007 the violin class in Rutkowski Music School I and II degree in Cracow. She has many pedagogical achievements. Pupils are the winners of main prizes in nationwide and international competitions both in Poland and abroad. Students participate in concerts and events (also charity) both in Cracow and in many other cities in Poland and abroad (Lithuania, Germany, Ukraine, Italy).
Magdalena Kopacz-Nyklewicz cooperates with many Polish composers.
She received the honorary award “Merit for Polish Culture” and Bronze Medal for Long Service.
She permanently collaborates with the Contemporary Music Club and “Orpheus” Chamber Orchestra.