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Elżbieta Brodzińska

theory of music

She graduated from the Fryderyk Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw, Department of Composition, Conducting and Theory of Music (section: Theory of Music).

Since 1989 she has taught theory of music at the Complex of State Music Schools no.1 in Warsaw – she teaches ear training, music basics, harmony with exercises and music firms. Since 2004 she has headed the General Music Subjects Section at the J. Elsner State Secondary Music School and the Z. Brzewski Secondary General Music School being part of the of State Music Schools no.1. She is an organizer and juror of Regional Solfeggio Competitions for secondary music school students of the Mazovian region.

Since 1993 she was employed as lecturer, and since 2004 she has held the post of senior lecturer at the Fryderyk Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw (now the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music); she teaches ear training at the following Departments: Department of Instrumental Studies (3), Department of Vocal and Acting Studies (4), Department of Choir Conducting, Music Education, Church Music, Rhythmics and Dance (5), and also harmony exercises at Department 5 and methodics in ear training teaching at the Interdepartmental Pedagogic Course. She also conducts foundation courses in ear training for candidates for the Department of Piano, Harpsichord and Organ (2) and Departments 3 and 4.

Since 1990 she has been a member of the Chamber Choir being part of the Warsaw Chamber Opera, she is also a member of the following vocal ensembles: Chopin Vocal Consort (formerly: FCAM Vocal Consort) (since 1997) and Bennonitae Cantantes (since 2000). She received the Distinguished Cultural Service Award from the Minister of Culture in 2003.