Ula Danielewicz is a fortepiano and harpsichord player living in the Netherlands. She is active as a recitalist, chamber musician and accompanist.
She has taken part in several music festivals in Poland, such as the Harpsichord Music Festival, May with Old Music, Polish Contemporary Music Festival Musica Polonica Nova, and Eurosilesia. She has also performed on the Fringe Concerts of the Festival Oude Muziek Utrecht in 2008/2009. Further, she was a semifinalist in the harpsichord competition XV International J. S. Bach Wettbewerb in Leipzig, Germany in 2006. She got Scholarship of the French Government (2006), Scholarship of the Municipality of Wrocław (2006, 2007, 2008), Scholarship of the Marshal of the Voivodeship of Wrocław (2008).
After graduating from music schools, she earned a Masters Degree at the Academy of Music in Wrocław in the harpsichord class of Marta Kaczmarska (2005). At the same time she got a Masters Degree from the Academy of Economy in Wrocław (2003).
In 2006, she was awarded a scholarship by the French government in order to pursue harpsichord studies with Elisabeth Joye at the Conservatoire Municipal Erik Satie in Paris. In 2008 she received a Bachelors Degree from the Royal Conservatory in the Hague after three years of studying harpsichord with Jacques Ogg. She has completed the first year of a Masters study in the harpsichord class of Bob van Asperen at the Amsterdam Conservatory (2009).
Ula Danielewicz has been playing fortepiano since many years, in 2010 she got her Bachelors Degree at the Royal Conservatory in the Hague after one year of studying fortepiano with Bart van Oort and Stanley Hoogland. At the moment she continues her fortepiano study on the Master program in Den Haag.
She has attended master classes with Gustav Leonhardt, Nicholas Parle, Ketil Haugsand, Viviana Sofronitzky, Kristian Bezuidenhout.
Muziekfestival ‘Amsterdam Virtuosi 2011’
Donderdagavond 30 juni 2011 om 20.00 uur speelt het trio Ula Danielewicz – pianoforte, Rebecca Huber – viool en Anna Jankowska – cello het Klaviertrio van Ludwig van Beethoven het klaviertrio opus 1, nr. 1, alsmede Fantasia in A major (Wq. 58/6) van Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach en Sonata in F major (KV 533) van Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Op 30 september 2012 treedt Maria samen met de fortepianiste Urszula Danielewicz met een liedrecital op in de Geelvinck Salon.