uzanna Sosnowska is one of the most outstanding Polish cellists of the young generation, an active soloist, chamber musician and pedagogue. She is the winner (first prize ex aequo and 8 special prizes) of the 10th W. Lutoslawski International Cello Competition in Warsaw and laureate of more than 20 prizes at international competitions on 3 continents. Her major achievements include 1st prize at the Anton Rubinstein International Music Competition in Düsseldorf, 3rd prize at the B.Mazzacurati International Cello Competition in Turin, 2nd prize at the Liezen International Cello Competition, 1st prize at the 17th Petar Konjović International Music Competition in Belgrade, 2nd prize (1st not awarded) and a special prize at the IX. Antonio Janigro International Cello Competition in Poreč, Croatia, special prize at the International Cello Competition A. Janigro in Zagreb, and a special prize at the Luis Sigall International Cello Competition in Chile. 

   She regularly gives concerts in Poland, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Norway, the Netherlands, Sweden, Spain, Croatia, Italy and Namibia. As a soloist, she performs with leading Polish and foreign orchestras such as the National Philharmonic Orchestra, Polish Radio Orchestra in Warsaw, Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic Orchestra, AUKSO, Orquestra Cambra de Mallorca, Orchestra Nazionale de la RAI in Turin, Metamorphosen Berlin or Philharmonisches Orchester der Hansestadt Lübeck under the baton of, among others A. Wit, T. Strugała, M. Moś, D. Runtz, M. Klauza, A. Humala, M. J. Blaszczyk, S. Bywalec or A. Klocek. Together with Spanish pianist Magí Garcías, she forms a duo awarded at the International Chamber Music Competition "Salieri-Zinetti" in Verona (1st prize) and the Swedish Duo Competition in Katrineholm (2nd prize), among others. Together with the Tansman Trio, Zuzanna Sosnowska gives concerts in most prestigious concert halls all over Poland, including as part of the "Polish Music Scene" program and artistic residencies "Silesia Sonans" , "Szczecin Classic" promoting the music of their patron Alexander Tansman. The debut album of the ensemble with world phonographic premieres of Tansman's works for string trio was released in December 2023. (DUX Label producers). Numerous invitations to festivals and concert series such as. Krzyzowa Music, Basso - Biennale of Low Sounds and Summer Concerts on Grochowska Street in Poland, Festival Clasclas in Spain, Music Connects in Switzerland, Thy Chamber Music Festival in Denmark, Musikfest Goslar, Heidelberger Frühling in Germany have also given her the opportunity to share the stage with such renowned musicians as Vadym Kholodenko, Sunwook Kim, Marie-Pierre Langlamet, Antonio Meneses, Arto Noras, Diana Ketler, Roland Krueger, Andrej Bielow and the Berlin Piano Quartet.

   Zuzanna Sosnowska has performed at the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg, the Beethoven-Haus in Bonn, the Royal Castle in Warsaw, the Luxemburg Philharmonic and the Auditorio Nacional in Madrid, among others. Her concerts have been broadcast on Polish Radio Program 2, Norddeutsche Rundfunk, Radio Nacional España, Idagio and Allegro HD Television. Together with the National Orchestra of Polish Radio in Katowice under the baton of Bass Akiki, the artist has also recorded G. Bacewicz's Cello Concerto No. 1 for Polish Radio.

   Zuzanna Sosnowska began her cello studies at the age of 7 in Bialystok, where her passion for the cello was instilled in her by Grazyna Gedroyć. From 2009 to 2012, she continued her studies at the Z. Brzewski High School of Music in Warsaw, where she worked under Prof. A. Orkisz. In 2018, she graduated with honors from a 6-year course of study at the Hochschule für Musik Franz Liszt in Weimar in the class of Prof. Wolfgang Emanuel Schmidt. She received her second master's degree from Escuela Superior de Musica Reina Sofia in Madrid, where she studied with Prof. Jens Peter Maintz and Fernando Arias. In 2023. she completed the prestigious Konzertexamen postgraduate course at the Musikhochschule in Lübeck under Prof. Troels Svane. In 2019 and 2020, she received a special award from the Queen of Spain, and was also a recipient of a scholarship from the Y. Menuhin Foundation, Villa- Musica program, National Fund for Children in Poland, Deutschland Stipendium, Charlotte Krupp Stipednium and Minister of Culture and National Heritage of Poland. She combines her concert activity with a pedagogical passion - since 2022 she has been leading her cello class at the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz in Cologne, and enthusiastically shares her knowledge and experience during masterclasses in Poland, Germany, Spain and Namibia. 

   Currently, the artist plays an instrument made by Andrzej Bobak in 2007.