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Aleksandra Myslek

Professional piano accompanist and TL Staff Pianist


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.

Aleksandra is a Polish accompanist and a répétiteur. She graduated from the Royal Academy of Music where she studied piano with prof. Christopher Elton and prof. Hamish Milne, whereas her chamber music studies were supervised by prof. Michael Dussek and Ian Brown.

Aleksandra is a prizewinner of both solo competitions and chamber music contests such as the III International Chopin Competition in Budapest, Wilfrid Parry Brahms Prize, Brenda Webb Accompanist Prize and many others. In 2022 she joined the Solti Accademia Young Artists and, together with soprano Katrine Deleuran Strunk, she was chosen to be the Leeds Lieder Young Artist.

Aleksandra gained the majority of her professional experience in the field of opera at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance where she was a Junior Fellow in Piano Accompaniment 2019-2021. Since then, she has worked as a répétiteur with Gidon Saks on his role of Hagen in Deutsche Oper, Opera Loki on Carmen and Tosca, Puzzle Piece Opera, All Aboard! Opera, Gilbert and Sullivan Society, Longhope Opera and others.

Apart from her Academy mentors, Aleksandra is particularly grateful for artistic advice from prof. Richard Stokes, Christoph Prégardien, Ferenc Rados, Maxim Vengerov, Michel Beroff, Rodney Friend and Sarah Pring.