Dorota Anderszewska, violin. Of Polish and Hungarian origin, Dorota Anderszewska began her musical
education in her native town of Warsaw. After some years of study in France she received a scholarship to
complete her studies at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles and at the Juillard School in New
York where, in 1993 she received her Master of Music degree under Dorothy DeLay.
Dorota Anderszewska has won numerous prizes in international competitions: Zino Francesca (Marseilles),
Wiendawski-Lipinsky (Lublin), Peking, Taipei, Trapani, Mozart (Los Angeles). She increased her solo
performances with prestigious solo appearances on major European, Asian and American stages: Hancock
Auditorium (Los Angeles), Printemps des Arts (Monte Carlo), Cheltenham Festival, Alice Tully Hall, Weil
Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall (New York), Franz Liszt Academy (Budapest), Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, Taipei
National Theatre, Wigmore Hall (London), National Library (Ottawa).
In chamber music she frequently appears with her brother, the pianist Piotr Anderszewski, with whom she has
made two recordings: one devoted to Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert and the other to Lutoslawski, Schubert
Her musical collaboration with the cellist, Miklos Perényi, has been manifested in their many concerts together
(chamber music, recordings for Hungarian Radio, Beethoven’s Triple Concerto with Piotr Anderszewski and
Brahms’s Double Concerto) in the 2006-2007 season.
Dorota Anderszewska is currently Concert Master at the Orchestre National de Montpellier, having previously
held the same post at the Orchestre National Bordeaux Aquitaine (1998-2005). She has also been invited to lead
many French and European orchestras including L’Orchestre Philharmonique de Strasbourg, Salzburg Camarata
and the Warsaw Sinfonia.