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Beata Dencikowska was born on February 20th, 1987 in Rzeszów, Poland -her musical education has began at the age of 8 years in the Elementary School of Music Degree in Rzeszów. Class of piano with Master Anna Janus - continues in the Secondary School of Music and the Hight School of Music Degree in Music School No. 1 in Rzeszow (also piano class - Master Zdzis?awa Pisarek). In 2006 she received professional name - professional instrumentalist - pianist. Taking her passion for music she began in 2006 Bachelor of Music studies and then Master of Music "Art education in the art of music" (specialization: Conducting band and orchestra: contemporary music) at the University of Rzeszów, which finished with a very good degree in June 2011. Among others she educated under the direction of Prof. Jerzy Tosik - Warszawiak (class of piano), Prof. Jerzy Kurcz (class of choral conducting, chamber ensembles and orchestras). During this studies, the main interest was classical singing/opera, which involves her future, deepened and led to vocal training under the guidance of Prof. Ihor Kushpler, Prof. Olga Popowicz, Gerald T. Smith (USA) and currently Terri Truesdale of New York and Prof. Gundula Schneider from Hochschule fuer Musik und Theater Hamburg (Germany), under whose care is singing to this day. Additionally in this year 2013 she has completed successfully Masterclass with Maestro Marcello Bedoni in Metz, France - organized by the Agency OperaElite.
Beata Dencikowska received, inter alia: Scholarship four times Minister of Science and Higher Education for the Polish academic achievement (2007/2008; 2008-2009; 2009-2010, 2010-2011). Another award, among other things: In May 2008, with a grant for the realization of Professional Practices in Stadttheater Bielefeld (Germany), member of the International Competition SUC "?tudetská umelecká ?innost 2008" in Ruzomberok (Slovakia) (piano), winner in Institutional Competition for the Best Polish Students - Student Nobel 2009; Third Place in the 41st Edition of the Competition for the Best Student of the Republic of Polish 2010 ? PRIMUS INTER PARES; Award from Mrs. Professor - Rector of the University of Rzeszów for artistic-academic - achievement 2010 and many others.
At the age of 21 - during the study in Rzeszów she was awarded by the Stadttheater Bielefeld (Germany) and received a special invitation to professional practice in this theater. There she successfully participated in the production of two operas:
- La Bohème - Giacomo Puccini
- Don Pasquale - Gaetano Donizetti
During the practice she took the position of Assistant to the Music (Musikalische Assistentin). At that time, she had the opportunity to study and develop the above-mentioned operas to premiere performances inclusive. She participated in music and stage rehearsals of both operas. She had this opportunity to, inter alia, by: The Erasmus Programme (European Community Action Scheme for the Mobility of University Students). Worth it is, that in Germany in 2008 - at the age of 21 she had his first solo concerts as a mezzo-soprano for the German audience rewarded with thunderous applause for a unique timbre, and a beautiful, delicate voice of big volume.
At the age of 8 she takes an active part in the concerts: solo (as a singer: soprano - mezzo-soprano), orchestra (instrumentalist - pianist), choir (soprano, mezzo-soprano) in the country and abroad (Germany, Slovakia, Austria and many others) .
Now also engaged in the publication of monographs national and international, articles in national journals for teachers as well as actively participates in national and international conferences.
In addition, educated in the direction of Philology: German (Poland, Germany) and Italian (Poland), which contributed to use of four languages (German, Italian, English, Polish).