Roma Tic

ROMA TIC – young and vibrant Polish born violinist – has established herself as an internationally renowned musician and winner of various international competitions and major awards. She is currently enrolled as a master student at the Royal Academy of Music under the tuition of Rodney Friend and was offered (only two students from EU per year) the prestigious scholarship from this institution. Previous education includes the I J Paderewski Academy of Music in Poznań with Bartosz Bryła and Agata Szymczewska.
Roma has performed worldwide as a soloist, chamber and orchestral musician in various venues including such as Madrid’s Auditorio Nacional de Musica, Birmingham’s Symphony Hall, Barbican Centre, Berliner Philharmonie, Kolner Philharmonie, National Theathre in Algier. She also was invited to participate in various masterclasses where she had an opportunity to work with such a prominent musicians as Maurice Hasson, Gyorgy Pauk, Bruno Canino, Natasha Prischepenko and Scharoun Ensemble.
Roma has been kindly supported by Leverhulme Trust and Donnie Trust. She performs on Ventapane ‘Lett’ violin kindly loaned from Royal Academic of Music collection.