Kinga Wojdalska

Polish violist Kinga Wojdalska is an upcoming soloist and chamber musician known for her emotional performances. She premiered John Williams’ viola concerto in Europe with the Dohnanyi Budafok Orchestra in 2022. Ms. Wojdalska has won 22 competition awards, including the Karl Doctor Prize in the Lionel Tertis Competition 2019. She has received scholarships from the Hattori Foundation, Countess of Munster Musical Trust, and the Swiss Government Excellence Scholarship.  

A proud Varsovian, Ms. Wojdalska studied at the Zenon Brzewski Music School. Later, she completed her bachelor’s degree at the Royal College of Music in London and her master’s soloist diploma at the Zürcher Hochschule der Künste. Currently, she is continuing her education there under the direction of Lawrence Power and Sergey Malov. In the 2023–24 concert season, she is a member of the Basel Sinfonieorchester as part of the orchestra academy.  

Ms. Wojdalska has performed with acclaimed musicians and at prestigious venues, including Musikverein Vienna and Tonhalle Zurich. Chamber music is a significant part of her career. As a member of the Brompton Quartet, Ms. Wojdalska made her Wigmore Hall debut and recorded an album for Mathis Saunier and Noah Max. She co-founded the Polish ensemble Kameralna N – Harmonia and is a member of the Viktoria Mullova Ensemble.  

Ms. Wojdalska plays a modern viola by Jerzy Maślanka.