We are artistic school of music that was founded in 1945.
The school teaches five hundred pupils and students
between the ages 6-25. The school is comprised as follows:
- the first part of school witch aims to
teach a basic musical education,
- the second part which seeks to train
The school is recoggnized by the Polish Ministry of
The teaching programme includes playing a musical
instrument, the art of singing solo as well as the history
and theory of music. All pupils, as a compulsory part of
their musical education, must learn to play the piano. The
school only concern is a musical education.
Lessons take place in the afternoon and are planned
both individually or in grups. Individual classes are those
concentraiting on learning to play an instrument as well as
solo singing. Those classes which are in groups deal with
the theory of music, choral lessons, the orchestra and
chamber music ensambles. All students have a duty to follow
the whole trimetable as a compulsory part of their
The school runs two choirs (for children and young
people), forty people are in the symphony youth orchestra,
the smaller children have a stringed-instrument orchestra as
well as numerous other musical groups connected with a
variety of musical instrument.
Each year the school organizes a gala concert at
which the orchestra and the school soloists take part. There
is a great deal of public interest and support. The gala
concert ususally takes place in the school concert hall or
in one of the main concert halls of the town. Our pupils
take part in concert organized by the Polish Baltic
Philharmonia of Gdansk.
The most talented pupils represent the school in
competitions and music festivals both at home and abroad.
They have won numerous prizes.
We are able to count among our former pupils
well-known musical instrumentalists, composers, conductors,
directors of music schools, of opera, of philharmonia,
teachers and those who have inspired musical life in
clasiccal, jazz and other musical forms.
The school keeps contact with schools and teaching
institutions in the Netherlands, Sweden and Germany.