Justyna Danczowska (pianist) was born in 1981 in Cracow. She stared her musical education in the age of seven.
During 2000-2004 she was studying by Krystian Zimerman at the MusicAcedemy in Basl. In 2007 she graduated with distinction from the Music Acadmy in Zurich,
by prof. Konsantin Scherbakov.
In 1997 she won the Ludwig Stefański Piano Music Competition in Płock where she received also two special prizes for the best performing of Bach and Beethoven
pieces. In 1998 she received the 1st award at the International Chopin Competition for Youth in Szafarnia.
At the 'Note on the pear' Competition - Cracow 2000 she was awarded with the first prize and special prize for the best perform of contemporary composition.
As a chamber music player she received as a prize the concert at the 'Orpheus 2002' Festival in Zurich, a special award of the jury at the Chamber Music
Competition in Neuchatel (2002) and 3rd award at the 'Migros Kulturprozent' Chamber Music Competition in Zurych (2003).
She performed with such excellent artists as Ilya Gringolts, Kaja Danczowska, Dorota Imiełowska and Piotr Pławner.
During 1996-1999 she received a scholarship of the Children National Fund, during the next
three years she received scholarship of the Ministry of Culture and National Haritage and in 2002/2003 she was awarded the scholarship of the Fryderyk Chopin National Institute.
From September 2006 she works at the Cracow Academy of Music as a chamber pianist.