Żaneta Magryta – Sidoruk is a Polish cellist of the young generation, experienced teacher and expert in early education.

She is deeply fascinated by discovering new and older, somewhat forgotten Polish musical literature and sharing it on the international stages (concert projects with Musica Sacromontana in Rome, Vienna, Vilnius). In 2021, she premiered a project cantata da camara “Polish Flowers” composed by Anna Ignatowicz-Glińska to the lyrics of Julian Tuwim. 

Chamber music also plays an important role in her musical life. She was a cellist in many chamber ensembles. Among others, she collaborated with the Time Quartet at the Waclaw Geiger International Music Festival in Zakopane. Together they recorded Variations on an Original Theme for string quartet in G minor by W. Zeleński and String Quartet No. 1 in D minor by S. Moniuszko.

Żaneta Magryta has also made many studio recordings of film music. She has made numerous recordings for Polish Television. She also collaborated with the Melanidis Orchestra for Warner Music Poland in the realization of the soundtrack to the movie “Bejbis”.

She constantly cooperates with the Lublin Philharmonic, Sudeten Philharmonic, Zamość Symphony Orchestra (where she debuted as a soloist performing Kol Nidrei by Max Bruch).  

She also performed Schindler’s List as a soloist with two combined wind orchestras – Wind Concert Orchestra of Wroclaw Academy of Music and the Representation Orchestra of Polish Land Forces in Wroclaw, conducted by Maestro Mariusz Dziubek.
Żaneta Magryta – Sidoruk graduated from the Wroclaw Academy of Music, as a student of prof. Urszula Marciniec – Mazur.
She cooperated with cellists such as Michael Flaksman, Heinrich Schiff, Kazimierz Michalik, Tomasz Strahl, Barbara Łypik – Sobaniec, Renata Marzec.
Since 2018 she has been concertmaster in the Lublin Music Theatre cello group.
In 2020 she received the Minister of Culture Scholarship in the field of promoting the culture.