Patrycja Piekutowska, an outstanding violinist – soloist, DMA and PhD, successful motovational speaker, promoter of Polish culture in the world. During 25 years of her solo career, she played over 1200 concerts in 41 countries, performing in prestigious concert halls from Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires, Sala São Paulo and Teatro Guaíra in Brazil, Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall in New York to the National Center for the Performing Arts in Beijing. South America took an extremely important place in her career, where since 2001 she has performed in most countries, playing nearly 70 concerts. For 15 years she lectured at the universities as an associate professor. She has recorded 12 CDs.
7 years ago she started her social activities inventing a very unique project “Open Hearts – Masters of Music, Business and Cardiac surgery for Kids”. These concerts were dedicated to the business societies to present the donors she was looking for. Over the last 4 years her activities for the Children’s Memorial Health Institute innWarsaw, of which she is an ambassador, led to the acquisition of about 2 mln euros in the business world. She coordinated the completion of the modernization of the main lobby, 5 outpatient clinics and the Blood Bank in record time. She is the originator and organizer of the 6 unprecedented artistic and business gala concerts “Great Artists for Little Patients”, thanks to which it was possible to obtain further funds for modernizations. She invited the best opera stars such as Aleksandra Kurzak and Roberto Alagna, who were singing pro bono for the first time in their career.
Piekutowska is repeatedly invited as a motivational speaker to conferences, symposia and business meetings. In November 2020 she was nominated to the “Top 100 – Women in Business” (charity category) organized by Business Pulse Magazine and she is the winner of the category „The Woman in Business of 2020 in charity activities”.
Honored with The Medal for Merit to Culture – Gloria Artis awarded by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland for distinguished contributions of the polish culture. In 2022 she performed in Paris, Dubai, Madrid and during 75th Cannes Film Festival.