Oliwia Meiser, Polish cellist based in Berlin, is an active soloist and chamber musician. Her current main place of study is Hochschule für Musik Franz Liszt Weimar in the class of Prof. Wolfgang Emanuel Schmidt. Oliwia has received a Bachelor of Music Diploma at the UdK Berlin in the class of Prof. Konstantin Heidrich.
She is a scholarship holder of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom - for of her artistic and study achievements, as well as her social engagement and active part in the shaping of the public awareness on classical music.
In the years 2017-2021 she was a member of the internationally acclaimed string orchestra, LGT Young Soloists. Together with the ensemble, Meiser appears on the 2018 Sony RCA release “Nordic Dream” as well as 2019 Sony RCA release “Souvenir”. For the albums she has recorded an original arrangement of “Eight Short Pieces, Op. 99, No. 3: III. Souvenir” by Jean Sibelius and Giovanni Sollima’s “Violoncelles, Vibrez!”.
Oliwia has performed at numerous festivals including the Rheingau Music Festival (Kloster Eberbach and Schloss Johannisberg), Merano Music Festival (Kursaal Meran), as well as a soloist on the stage of Elbphilharmonie Hamburg (Grand Hall), Berlin Philharmonic (Chamber Music Hall), Musikverein Vienna (Brahms Hall), Tonhalle Maag Zurich, Düsseldorf Robert Schumann Saal, Rotterdam De Doelen (Jurriaanse Zaal), Luxembourg Philharmonie (Chamber Music Hall), Gasteig Munich (Carl- Orf-Saal), Victoria Hall Singapore, Theater Casino Zug, Belgrade Madlenianum (Large Hall), Stuttgart New Castle (White Room), Dresden Palais im Großen Garten, Resonanzraum Hamburg, Zentrum Paul Klee in Bern, St. John’s Cathedral in Hong Kong. She has given performances with orchestras such as Silesian Philharmonic, Slovakian String Orchestra, Francigena Chamber Orchestra, Polish National Youth Orchestra and many more.
Oliwia is a member of the Tonalisten society and is working closely with Tonali gGmbH in Hamburg. She is also a member of the Scandinavian Cello School led by Jacob Shaw.
She is playing an outstanding Italian instrument of a high artistic and historical value made by Paolo Castello. The instrument is kindly loaned by a private sponsor.