"...a dazzling violinist..." in the words of Herman Trotter (High Fidelity Magazine) - Veronica Schreiber-Kadlubkiewicz graduated with highest honors of the Warsaw Academy of Music in Poland and continued her studies in the USA with Henryk Szeryng, Roman Totenberg and Paul Zukofsky. Finalist of the Alberto Curci Competition in Naples, she received a special award from the Rockefeller Competition for Excellence in American Music in Washington D.C.
Ms. Schreiber Kadlubkiewicz has appeared as soloist with orchestras in the USA, Poland, Italy and Spain. She has also frequently performed at such festivals as Marlboro Music, Bach Aria Festival, Monadnock Music, Estatedi Radicondoli, Musica Electronica Nova and Warsaw Autumn Festival. An avid performer of solo violin recitals sought out for her interpretations of contemporary music, Neue Musik in Darmstadt and a member of Creative Associates in Buffalo, NY.
Formerly concertmaster of the Polish Chamber Orchestra, Orquesta Filarmónica de Gran Canaria and the New Hampshire Symphony, Veronica Schreiber-Kadlubkiewicz has also played with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and the New England Camerata. She taught violin and chamber music at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, Smith College and Amherst College.
Ms Schreiber-Kadlubkiewicz now resides in Paris and devotes her time mostly to the music of J. S. Bach. She often performs in sacred structures for the exceptional quality of resonance they provide, in particular: the Cathedral of Chartres, Saint-Pierre-le-Jeune Church in Strasbourg, Collège de Bernardins in Paris and the Basilica San Miniato in Florence.
Ms. Schreiber-Kadlubkiewicz has recorded for Gasparo and CRI labels, Polish Radio, and WDR in Germany.
“…a great artist…”
Henryk Szeryng, Ann Arbor, MI
“…Her performance of Berg’s Chamber Concerto was not only perfection itself,
but stands apart as the most eloquent performance of this difficult work I have yet heard…”
“…she possesses temperament, the ability to evoke many contrasting moods,
and a wide range of tone colors..”
Magil, American Record Guide
“…delicate and perceptive warmth of expression, effortlessly detailing each nuance of phrasing…”
Catherine Nelson, Strad, London
“…intense interpretation, profoundly vital, in perfect harmony with Mozart’s spirit…”
Rafael Nebot, La Provincia, Spain
“…distinct expression, impeccable sound and technique …”
Krzysztof Baculewski, Studio, Poland
“…a striding violinist with formidable modern technique, an extraordinary ear for intonation
and a load of dramatic projection…”
John Dwyer, Buffalo Evening News