Katarzyna Drogosz was born in Warsaw, Poland. As a pianist, she specialises in playing historical instruments. Besides interpretation, she is interested in the history and construction of early keyboards.
Katarzyna Drogosz studied piano at the Frederic Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw, fortepiano at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam, and historical keyboard instruments at the Musikhochschule Freiburg. In 2007, Katarzyna Drogosz was one of the four finalists of the “Musica Antiqua” international competition for fortepiano solo in Bruges. She performs regularly in Poland and abroad, and cooperates with renowned instrumentalists such as pianist Petra Matejova, trombone player Ercole Nisini and cellist Jarosław Thiel. She took part in many important festivals in Poland and Europe. As a fortepiano soloist and continuo player she performed with Capella Cracoviensis, Wrocław Baroque Orchestra and Musicae Antiquae Collegium Varsoviense.
Since 2010 Katarzyna Drogosz has been teaching harpsichord, fortepiano and historical performance practice at the Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice, where she is also a PhD candidate. She has taught fortepiano interpretation classes at international summer schools of early music in Wilanów and Markt-Nordheim.
Katarzyna Drogosz is a co-founder of “Fortepianarium”, a collection of fortepianos and other keyboard instrument in Zabrze (Silesia).