Born in Kraków, Anna Sułkowska-Migoń is “the new name to remember in the expanding galaxy of female conductors” (Le Devoir). Sułkowska-Migoń joins Intermusica’s mentorship scheme having won first prize at the La Maestra conducting competition in Paris in March 2022.
Upcoming highlights for the 22/23 season include engagements with the Dresden Philharmonic, Orchestre de Chambre de Paris, Warsaw Philharmonic, the Southbank Sinfonia, and the National Forum of Music Wrocław. Her La Maestra success has led to a tour with the Paris Mozart Orchestra, with concerts confirmed in the Philharmonie de Paris and the BOZAR in Brussels in collaboration with Claire Gibault and Midori. Sułkowska-Migoń has also been invited to conduct main series performances with the Philadelphia Orchestra, as well as the 25th Anniversary of Penderecki’s “Credo” at the Oregon Bach festival in 2023. She has been selected as one of four conductors to participate in the Dallas Opera’s Hart Institute for Women Conductors Program in the 22/23 season.
In 2023 she will work with conductors including Klaus Mäkelä, Lahav Shani, Edward Gardner and Marta Gardolińska, whilst she has also collaborated with François Xavier-Roth, Antoni Wit, Jerzy Maksymiuk, Piotr Sułkowski, Marek Wroniszewski and Massimiliano Caldi. She is the recipient of the 2022-2024 Taki Alsop Conducting Award, and attended Ravinia Festival in August 2022 as part of the Taki Alsop masterclasses with the Chicago Symphony.
As a choral conductor she was a scholarship holder of the Noël Minet Fund Scholarship, Finalist in 2nd Romano Gandolfi International Competition for Choral Conductors in November 2021, participated in masterclasses with Josep Vila i Casanas, and led workshops of the Kraków Philharmonic Youth Choir. She currently conducts Ars Cameralis Choir and assists in Kraków Philharmonic Boy’s Choir. She has also earned scholarships at the Polish National Institute of Music and Dance, which were undertaken with the Lower Silesian Philharmonic and the Polish Sinfonietta Iuventus Orchestra, and won conducting masterclasses with Marin Alsop and the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra.
Sułkowska-Migoń completed a bachelor’s degree at The Feliks Nowowiejski Academy of Music in Piotr Sułkowski’s orchestra conducting class in 2019. As an instrumentalist, she completed her MA studies, specializing in viola, at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in the class of Piotr Reichert and Katarzyna Budnik (2019). She is currently a master’s student at The Krzysztof Penderecki Academy of Music in Kraców where she studies symphonic conducting in the class of Łukasz Borowicz and choral conducting in the class of Lidia Matynian and Andrzej Korzeniowski.
"The new name to remember in the expanding galaxy of female conductors"
"Sułkowska-Migoń has the energetic allure of a mini-Mirga Grazynité-Tyla."