Agnieszka Przemyk-Bryła holds a post-doctoral degree in musical arts and since july 2018 is a Extraordinary Professor at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw she was graduated from with honours in 2004 under prof. A. Paleta-Bugaj.
Prize-winner of national and international piano competitions, e.g. the 1st Prize at the National Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw (2000), “Youth Stage” award at the Polish Pianism Festival in Słupsk (2001), final diploma of the International Rachmaninov Piano Competition in Morcone (2003), or 2nd Prize at the 3rd Baldi International Piano Competition in Bologna (2013). She is a two-time winner of the scholarship of the Minister of Culture and other scholarships.
The artist took part in numerous piano masterclasses, given by Polish and foreign professors, such as A. Jasiński, M. Mizera, O. Yablonskaya, J. Rouvier, S. Perticaroli, H. Nakamura, K.-H. Kaemmerling, A. Vardi, D. Merlet, A. Nasiedkin, E. Moguilevsky, V. Gornostaeva, Lee Kum-Sing or N. Demidenko.
Agnieszka Przemyk-Bryła has performed in many Polish cities and also in prestigious concert halls in Austria, Azerbaijan, China, Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Italy, Japan, Sweden, Switzerland and USA.
She gives masterclasses for pianists in Poland, Italy, Azerbaijan, China, Tunisia and USA.
In 2014, together with K. A. Kulka and T. Strahl, the pianist recorded complete chamber works by Chopin for DUX. The album won the “disc excepcional” award of the Spanish magazine Scherzo, it was also nominated for the phonographic award “Fryderyk”.
Agnieszka Przemyk-Bryła is an author of the book entitled Sonata w twórczości Siergieja Rachmaninowa which was published with two audio CDs.
In addition to her achievements in music it is worth mentioning that she is a laureate of the 2nd Prize in the National Olympics of Polish Language and the Finalist of the National Olympics in Latin Language.