Polish-English violinist Krysia Osostowicz is normally a observed soloist and chamber musician. After research on the Yehudi Menuhin College and Cambridge School, she visited Salzburg to teach with Sándor Végh. She’s performed being a recitalist and a concerto soloist throughout European countries. She was an associate from the piano quartet Domus, which seduced interest when it toured with a big geodesic dome it utilized for its very own portable concert hall. In 1995, she became creator and initial violinist from the Dante Quartet. Osostowicz provides collaborated with performers such as for example Radu Lupu, Steven Isserlis, Ernst Kovacic, Michael Collins, Levon Chilingirian, and Christoph Richter. Osostowicz provides produced over 20 recordings of single and chamber music repertoire. Her Fauré documenting (with pianist Susan Tomes) was granted a Deutsche Schallplattenpreis.