Eva Maria Doroszkowska performs internationally as piano soloist and chamber musician.

Her recital work has taken her to Denmark, Sweden, Holland, Poland, Austria, Italy, Croatia and Spain, as well as Australia.

Festival appearances include performances at Tivoli, Copenhagen, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Edinburgh Fringe, Beethoven Festival, Malmo, Holland Music Sessions, Greenwich and Docklands Festival, the Busko-Zdroj Summer Festival and St Martin-in-the-Fields.

Eva Maria has worked with two of the 20th century’s finest composers, Gorecki and Per Norgard and she has taken part in various chamber festivals including the Oxford Cello Festival, accompanying as part of the New York Young Concert Artists Trust and the Prague-Vienna Summer Chamber School. She has worked with the Chopin Institute in Warsaw and specialises in music from Eastern Europe. In 2023 she travelled to Estonia for an artistic residency at the Arvo Pärt Centre.

Television appearances include broadcasts on the BBC and Polish TVP2. She is an adjudicator for the British International Federation of Festivals and freelances as a journalist with published articles in International Piano, Music Education magazine and EPTA journals.

She mentors for Young Talents Organisation supporting gifted young musicians from under privileged backgrounds.

Eva Maria won a government scholarship to study at the Szymanowski Academy with Professor Jasinski in Poland and further awards allowed her to complete postgraduate degrees at Sweelinck Conservatorium Amsterdam and Soloist Class in Copenhagen. She won a scholarship to the Royal Northern College of Music where she completed her undergraduate degree and also received Countess of Munster Trust Grants for her postgraduate degree there.