Daria Żurawlowa – Polish pianist whose interpretations are characterized by her artistic maturity, expressiveness, and extremely personal, lucid message.
Daria Żurawlowa is the Founder and the vice president of the Elena Aleksiejuk Fundation. She is a founder and a member of the Rachmaninow Piano Duo.
A graduate of the Academy of Music in Bydgoszcz under the supervision of prof. Ewa Pobłocka. She also completed postgraduate studies at the Conservatori Superior de Musica del Liceu in Barcelona under the guidance of prof. Stanislav Pochekin.
In 2014, together with Arnold Gniwek they formed the Rachmaninow Piano Duo (rachmaninow.com).
Giving the recitals across Europe, she had the opportunity to perform at L’Auditori of Barcelona, Montserrat Caballe Hall, Gran Teatre del Liceu, Mozart Hall of the Palma de Mallorca Auditórium, Victoria Eugenia Theatre in San Sebastian, National Philharmonic in Warsaw and in the concert hall of the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra in Katowice among others.
Daria Żurawlowa is a laureate of more than 40 piano competitions, inter alia:
1st prize in the International Piano Competition Eugenia Verdet in Barcelona, Spain
2nd prize in the International Piano Competition Joventuts Musicals in Vilafranca del Penedes, Spain
2nd prize in the International Piano Competition in Druskininkai, Lithuania
1st prize and two special awards (for the best interpretation of Chopin’s polonaise and waltz ) in the International Chopin Piano Competition in Varna, Bulgaria.