There are two countries in Europe which are connected by nearly 1,000 years of intense political, economic, and cultural relations. “The friendship between Hungary and Poland is a marvel: it is like two oak trees that grow separately, but their roots are fused, grown together in the soil”. The aim of the project BROTHERHOOD aims to cherish the friendship through music and unveil the beauty and folk elements in the Music of Poland and Hungary.
The project is including recently rediscovered violin works of several Polish and Hungarian Composers, only to mention Wieniawski, Noskowski, Hubay and Vecsey.

Zygmunt Noskowski belongs to the most important music figures in Warsaw in the late 19the century. His lyrical and beautiful writing of Noskowski reflects truly vivid emotions, from nostalgia to extreme passion, all in noble virtuosity. His career started after 1880 when he met Franz Liszt and was recommended by him in several publish houses in Germany.
Also the Hungarian Violin Composer Jenő Hubay was recommended by Franz Liszt’s in Paris, and – after his arrival – was soon to be a favourite guest in the musical salons of the city. In the next years Hubay made successful concert tours in France, England, Belgium, the Netherlands and Hungary. Soon after he arrived in Paris he got to know Henri Vieuxtemps who saw in the young Hungarian the continuation of his own artistry. Vieuxtemps suggested Hubay as Professor of Violin at the Brussels Conservatoire, a post which he himself and more recently Wieniawski had held.
The music of both composers belong to Ms. Sosnowska’s most enthusiastically played romantic pieces. She recorded CDs with music by the above-mentioned composers and she toured Europe presenting their music, i.e. playing concerts for the President of Malta and the former President of Kosovo.