Agnieszka Kozło is one of the most versatile Polish chamber musicians. In 1996, together with Katarzyna Ewa Sokołowska, she founded the Ravel Piano Duo, in which both artists won competitions in Marcopoulo (Greece) in 1996 and in the 11th International Piano Duet Competition in Jesenik (Czech Republic) in 1999 (where they also received the special prize). In 2002 they won 2nd prize in the “Premio Valentino Bucchi” Competition in Rome. They are finalists of competitions in Caltanissetta (Sicily) in 2001 and in San Marino in 2004.
Agnieszka Kozło graduated with honours from the Fryderyk Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw in the piano class of Professor Bronisława Kawalla and in the chamber music class of Professor Maja Nosowska. She completed her post-graduate studies in the same school, under the direction of Professor Jan Ekier. In 2001-2005, in the Ravel Piano Duo, she continued her post-graduate education in the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Rostock (Germany) in the duet master class with Hansa-Peter Stenzl and Volker Stenzl. In 2005 the duet passed the Konzertexam with top honours.
Agnieszka Kozło works regularly with cellists, playing with, among others, Andrzej Bauer, Tomasz Strahl and Bartosz Koziak. She also teaches, preparing with professors of the Warsaw Academy young cellists to participate in major cello competitions, including the Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow, the Lutosławski Competition in Warsaw (she has been the competition pianist since 2003), the Danczowski Competition in Poznań, the Isang Yun Competition in Tongyeong (South Korea) and in Prague Spring. She has received numerous awards for best competition pianist.
Agnieszka Kozło has performed in Germany, Russia, Israel, Japan, Szwitzerland, Spain, the Czech Republic, Greece, Italy, and in the National Philharmonic concert hall and in the Lutosławski Concert Studio of Polish Radio in Warsaw, Poland. She has made a number of recordings for Polish Radio. The Ravel Piano Duo released an album of French music for piano four hands. The Duo’s next album received the prestigious Fryderyk Award in 2005.