Magdalena Pawlisz is an orchestral conductor and a cultural leader.
Magdalena Pawlisz was responsible for planning and executing the Concert of Cappella Gedanensis at the 2019 Rotary Institute for Baltic Countries at the European Solidarity Centre in Gdansk, which received great acclaim. Her doctoral research has led to a revival of Mass in C Major by Franciszek Lessel, containing a scholar reconstruction of the musical score and a first performance of the work with the Częstochowa Philharmonic under Magdalena’s baton in May 2021.
Magdalena Pawlisz has held positions as an assistant conductor at the Mainfranken Theater Würzburg and the GöteborgsOperan. She has appeared as guest conductor in Italy, Sweden, Germany and in her native Poland. Magdalena has recently debuted with the University of Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conducting Lutoslawski’s Concerto for Orchestra and Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony.
Magdalena Pawlisz has obtained her Master’s degree in conducting at the Berlin University of Arts. She is pursuing post-graduate Executive Master in Art Administration studies at the Zurich University. She is based in Krakow, Poland.