Agnieszka Marucha


In this respect, Koczalski benefits tremendously on this new CD, from such a fortuitous choice of violinist as Agnieszka Marucha. I have heard her on a number of other works in the AP catalogue, and have to say that, for me, she is arguably the jewel in their crown of preferred violinists. Hers is a gloriously rich tone and expressive vibrato, which always teases out every drop of impassioned lyricism in the writing, while still ensuring that, even at its sweetest moment, this never becomes mawkish, and seemingly more at home in the realms of salon music – not that I wish to denigrate that equally-relevant musical genre.

Philip R. Buttall,, 2022

Violinist Agnieszka Marucha, who recorded Raul Koczalski’s Concerto so ably for Acte Prealable label recently, is the excellent soloist, well accompanied by Rodek Wociech.

Jonathan Woolf,, 01.2020

How is it possible to write a fugue for solo violin and how is it possible to play such a work? Well it needs someone like Bach to write it and someone like Agnieszka Marucha to play it; the result – a triumph on both counts.

Alan Cooper, Aberdeen Event Reviews , 28.05.2010

Agnieszka Marucha, a young polish player clearly destined for an important career. Stojowski´s Sonata may sound more French than polish, but when played as sensitively and persuasively as this it makes you wonder why it hes been gathering dust these many years.

Jeremy Nicholas, The Gramophone, 01.2010


Joahim Kaczkowski – Violin concerto nr 1 op. 8, part I Moderato
Agnieszka Marucha – violin
Lublin Phiharmonic Orchestra, Wojciech Rodek


Raul Koczalski – Violin Concerto A major, part III Maestoso
Agnieszka Marucha – violin
Lublin Phiharmonic Orchestra, Wojciech Rodek


Naji Hakim – Violin concerto, part II
Agnieszka Marucha – violin
Zenon Brzewski Warsaw Chamber Orchestra,  Andrzej Gębski


Zygmunt Stojowski – Romance for violin and orchestra op. 20
Agnieszka Marucha – violin
Elsner Youth Orchestra, Piotr Wajrak