Ewelina Boesche-Kopczyńska – graduated with distirction from the Musical Education Department of the Academy of Music in Bydgoszcz. She mastered her skills during postgraduate studies: Logoeurythmics at the Academy of Music in Gdańsk, Studies for Choirmasters at the Academy of Music in Bydgoszcz, Art at the Teachers’ Training Centre in Bydgoszcz. She has taken part in courses, seminars and workshops pertaining to music teaching methods: Carl Orff Musical Education Concept in pedagogical practice, the 9th Kodaly Polish Hungarian Seminar, the 5th Gordon Seminar: Audiation – methods of development and measurement.
In 1997-2014 Ewelina Boesche-Kopczyńska worked at the Primary School in Strzelno, later known as Primary School and Nursery Unit, where she taught Music (classes 3 and 4) and Eurythmics (kindergarten groups). Since 1998 Ewelina has been working at her Alma Mater. She organizes her own Music events for children and their parents called the Music Matinees. She also runs school instrumental bands, classes on methodology of teaching Music in Music and comprehensive schools as well as BA and MA seminars. Ewelina is the conductor of Harmonia – a choir founded in 2004 and operating under the auspices of the Borough Office in Strzelno. She is greatly interested in teaching music to small children. Since 2003 she has been preparing and presenting Music Events at Ostromecko Palace, and since 2005, together with a group of students from the Department of Conducting, Jazz and Musical Education she has been taking part in the Toruń Festival of Science and Art during which she organizes concerts for the youngest audiences. Since 2006 Ewelina has been Cooperating with the producers of the Singing Poland Programme Since March 2015 she has been a curator for Kuyavian-Pomeranian Region for tuls programme which deals with the development of school choirs. Ewelina takes part in numerous conferences and seminars devoted to cultural animation and Musical education in kindergartens and schools. In 2011 Ewelina Boesche-Kopczyńska received her PhD in Pedagogy from Sociology Department at the University of Warmia and Mazury.