Duo Sorores – Paulina & Agata Pospieszny is a new generation dynamic violin-harp ensemble praised for its charismatic and vibrant performances. Sisters collaborate as a fixed formation since many years, being constantly present on an international stage of many European countries and Australia. After studying solo and chamber music at the renowned European Institutes of Music in Poland (Academy of Music in Poznań), Germany (Musikhochschule Lübeck) and Belgium (Hogeshool voor Wetenschap en Kunst Brussel/Lemmensinstituut Leuven), during which sisters were lucky to come together with the foremost authorities of the contemporary musical world (e.g. Susann McDonald, Wanda Wiłkomirska, Isabelle Perrin, Helga Storck, Maria Egelhof, Lieve Robbroeckx), they settled down in the North of Germany, in Hamburg. As world citizens based in the Hanseatic city known as a “Pearl of the North” artists travel around with concerts, to mention only World Harp Congress Festival in Sydney, Harpe Diem Belgium, Regionale Berlin, Lübeck, Kiel, Poznań Science and Art Festival and International Harp Festival in Katowice, where they performed as soloists with National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra. Thanks to the numerous prestigious scholarships and awards like the scholarship of the German government (DAAD), Kulturstiftung Schleswig-Holstein, Polish Harp Society, musicians are able to realise their studying and concert plans all over the world. During their long-term intensive collaboration, Duo Sorores has gathered in their repertoire the most significant original works for that combination of instruments. In the meantime contemporary composers are creating new pieces, which dedicatees are sisters. Being above all passionate chamber music players, they are also committed to the pedagogic and frequent guests to give master classes and workshops for violin and harp in the European arena.
In 2018 Duo Sorores released their debut album “Mesdemoiselles” with music of Spohr, Saint-Saëns, Mendelssohn-Bartholdy among others. CD is a continuation of the project “Á Mesdemoiselles Marianne et Clara Eissler...” which aroused a great interest, while presented on the invitation of the World Harp Congress in Sydney in 2014.