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  1. Maria Szymanowska (Polish pronunciation: [ˈmarja ʂɨmaˈnɔfska]; born Marianna Agata Wołowska; Warsaw, 14 December 1789 – 25 July 1831, St. Petersburg, Russia) was a Polish composer and one of the first professional virtuoso pianists of the 19th century.

  2. Maria Szymanowska, born Marianna Agata Wołowska (on 14 December 1789, in Warsaw) was a Polish virtuosa pianist and composer of piano pieces, vocal and chamber music. Little is known about her formal training in composition.

  3. Written by: Trevor Nelson. Maria Szymanowska was born in Poland in 1789. She began studying piano at the age of 9 and made her concert debut in Warsaw when she was 21. Immediately praised for her lyricism and virtuosity, Szymanowska began to tour Europe, playing concerts in all the European artistic centers, as well as large cities in the ...

  4. All the information about Maria Szymanowska ( 1789-1831 ), Polish composer, pianist and woman of action, her Salon in Saint Petersburg and the Europe of her time.

  5. Maria Szymanowska (née Wołowska), pianist and composer. Born on the 14th of December 1789 in Warsaw, and died on the 24th of July 1831 in St. Petersburg.

  6. All the information about Maria Szymanowska ( 1789-1831 ), Polish composer, pianist and woman of action, her Salon in Saint Petersburg and the Europe of her time.

  7. Maria Szymanowska, née Marianna Agata Wołowska (* 14 December 1789 in Warsaw; † 25 July 1831 in Saint Petersburg) was a Polish piano virtuoso and composer. Life Józef Elsner taught Maria Szymanowska piano and composition together with Antoni Lisowski and Tomasz Grem.