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Aleksandra Myslek

Junior Fellowship in Piano Accompaniment


“I am honoured to have been offered the Junior Fellowship at Trinity Laban for the 2019/2020 academic year. There is nothing more inspirational and educational than working in such a vibrant community of talented musicians and I'm sure that this will be an extremely exciting and challenging time. I'm hugely looking forward to working with and supporting young artists.”

Aleksandra Myslek
Aleksandra Myslek


Aleksandra started her musical education in Warsaw, Poland. Having won the III International Chopin Competition in Budapest at the age of 16, she was given opportunities to perform extensively in France, Poland, Hungary and Spain. In 2010 Aleksandra received a scholarship to study at the Royal Academy of Music in London with Professor Christopher Elton. She went on to pursue a postgraduate degree in performance and research with professor of piano Hamish Milne, which she completed with a distinction for overall outstanding studentship. 

Since she moved to the UK, she has played recitals, chamber music and concerto performances in halls such as Anvil Basingstoke, Bedford Corn Exchange, Drapers' Hall, Elgar Room, Duke’s Hall at the Royal Academy of Music and many more. Aleksandra regularly works with singers on both song and opera repertoire; her collaboration with Damian Ganclarski resulted in her becoming a winner of the prestigious Brenda Webb Accompanist Prize in association with the Richard Lewis Award. The cellist Alberto Casadei was her duo partner in the winning performance of the Wilfrid Parry Brahms prize.

In addition to her chamber music professors at the Royal Academy of Music - Michael Dussek and Ian Brown - she took advice on ensemble-playing from Ferenc Rados, Maxim Vengerov, Thomas Steinhöfel, Adrian Brendel, Simon Crawford-Phillips, Michel Béroff, György Pauk, James Ehnes and many others. She has been invited to accompany at competitions and festivals, some of which are the Two Moors Festival, Cambridge Strings Academy, Cambridge Summer Music Festival. Aleksandra is now a Live Music Now musician.