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Martyna Pastuszka received traditional training in the field of contemporary violin performance at the Academy of Music in Katowice, where she attained her master’s degree. Early in her studies Martyna recognised the interpretive potential of historically informed performance and decided to commence studies on the Baroque Violin . Shortly afterwards, she began to participate in the artistic projects undertaken by the Arte Dei Suonatori orchestra. From that moment on, her artistic personality has been shaped by the artists with whom she collaborated, including Peter Holman, Barthold Kuijken, Martin Gester, Kati Debretzeni, Hidemi Suzuki, Rachel Podger, Eduardo Lopez Banzo and Herve Niquet.

She has worked as a chamber and orchestra musician in numerous European early music orchestras: New Dutch Academy, Holland Baroque Society, Dresdner Barockorchester, and Harmonologia among others. Within the framework of her artistic pursuits, Martyna Pastuszka combines the roles of soloist, chamber and orchestra musician. It is with great attention to vividness and precision that she shapes her style of playing, the main priorities of which being rhetorics, communication and clarity of temporal structures.

She collaborates with Arte Dei Suonatori and the Wrocław Baroque Orchestra in Poland, and with the Parisian orchestra Le Cercle de l'Harmonie as well as with Le Concert Lorrain in France. Since 2009, she has been the concertmaster and soloist of the orchestra Le Parlement de Musique of Strasbourg conducted by Martin Gester. With the above-mentioned ensembles, she has made numerous recordings for the Polish TV and Radio, Radio France, Arte and Mezzo. A significant number of the CD and DVD recordings have not only been praised by the music press, but also enthusiastically received by critics at an international level.

She is also a founding member of the Parnossos ensemble, established in 2000, which presents chamber and solo repertoire from early Baroque to Romanticism, concentrating on historically informed performance. Since 2007, she has taught Baroque violin at the Academy of Music in Katowice.