"Inés is one of the most talented violinists of her generation. She is a very mature musician with exquisite musical taste and great instrumental control."
Professor K. Śmietana
Inés Issel Burzyńska is currently finishing her studies at the Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofia in Madrid, Spain whilst establishing her performing career.
Inés was born in Tarragona (Spain) in 2001. She started her musical education with her mother Iwona Burzyńska, an experienced violinist and pedagogue. She expanded her studies with Eva Graubin a recognized concert violinist and professor, and at the age of 8 years Inés was initiated in local events and national contests.
In 2012 she was accepted at the Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofia in Madrid under the Telefónica Violin Chair, with Professor Zakhar Bron, together with Yuri Volguin and pianist Vadim Gladkov. She was only 10 years old and became its youngest student.
Since 2012, she has also attended the elite academy "Meisterklasse Zakhar Bron Academy" in Interlaken (Switzerland).
Inés has participated in masterclasses by Renaud Capuçon, Mauricio Fuks, Miriam Fried, Krzysztof Wegrzyn, Oleg Kryssa, Evgueny Grach, Bartosz Bryla, Krzysztof Smietana, Wieslaw Kwasny, Maurizio Sciaretta and Christoph Poppen.
In her intense artistic career she has achieved many significant successes. She is a laureate of nineteen first prizes in national and international competitions, among them, the winner of the International Violin Competition in honor of Karol Lipiński and Henryk Wieniawski in Lublin -Poland, in 2015 and 2021.
Despite her young age, she has performed as a soloist with:
She has performed in prestigious concert halls such as:
The National Philharmonic in Madrid, Mar de Vigo Auditorium, Sony Auditorium, “European Music Center” of Krzysztof Penderecki, Filharmonia Podlaska, “European Art Center” and Mozarteum Academy in Salzburg, Rotterdam Philharmonic De Doelen among others.
She has also taken part in numerous music festivals in Spain, Austria, Poland and Switzerland (Verbier Festival).
Inés plays an Enrico Rocca (1890) violin granted by Juan Enrique Carreres, President and CEO of CAGIMA S.L.