Ewa Bogusz-Moore

Ewa Bogusz-Moore

Ewa Bogusz-Moore is General Director of the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra in Katowice. In April 2019, she was invited to join the European Concert Hall Organization. She started her musical career as a cellist but after obtaining MA in Arts Management at the City University of London, she devoted herself to cultural management.

Before taking the position in NOSPR, Ewa Bogusz-Moore acted as a deputy director at the Adam Mickiewicz Institute, where she was entrusted with developing the strategy of promoting Polish classical music throughout the world. Her business model of the “Polska Music” programme encouraged international cooperation, e.g. with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, Philharmonia Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, English National Opera, Berliner Philharmoniker, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Royal Opera House, or Cité de la Musique. On behalf of the Adam Mickiewicz Institute, she coordinated the celebrations of Witold Lutosławski’s Year. In 2009, she obtained the grant of the Clore Leadership Programme and was awarded the scholarship of the Leadership Academy for Poland.

Between 2005 and 2008, Ewa Bogusz-Moore cooperated with Sounds New Music Festival in Canterbury, UK. In following years, Ewa worked as a music and theatre specialist at the Polish Cultural Institute in London.

For six years Ewa Bogusz-Moore was responsible for building international recognition and managing the I, CULTURE Orchestra, unique youth orchestra. Since 2011, over 600 most talented musicians from Eastern Europe have taken part in this project. I, CULTURE Orchestra performed in the most prestigious concert halls in Europe and during events of highest political importance, e.g. on the occasion of Ukrainian Independence Day in 2015 at Maidan Nazalezhnosti in the centre of Kiev, in front of over 50 thousand people.

Ewa simultaneously combines orchestral management, creating and supporting musical projects with prominent organizations around the world. Her passion for the transformative power of arts together with business acumen allows her to deliver effective programs across the arts and education sectors. In 2016 she received The Honorary Award of The Association of Polish Composers for her continuous efforts to promote polish music around the world.