ABOUT LADY DAGA
Our Lady Daga, Dagmara Suchon, was born in Poznan, Poland.
Following four centuries of family tradition, she began playing the violin at three years old.
Her father, Stanislaw Suchon, the concertmaster of Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra, was her first master. Under the guidance of Prof. Michal Grabarczyk Dagmara was honored by professors from The Moscow Conservatory, and graduated a Master of Arts-Violin Performance, from the Ignacy Jan Paderewski Conservatory in Poznan, Poland.
She also studied with Wanda Wilkomirska, Marina Jashvili, Abram Stern, Alexander Treger, Jeremy Cohen and Murray Adler.
Coming from a family of musicians with extensive musical traditions, Dagmara's performances have ranged from ancient music ensembles, to classical symphony orchestras, to corporate shows with an electric violin. Since childhood, she has been seen performing as a soloist, in chamber and symphony orchestras in Poland, Germany, France, Netherlands, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Spain, and Portugal. As a pop musician, Daga was the famed artist behind the Space Violins, and graced the stage playing with Marco Antonio Solis, Goran Bregovic, and Barrage.
While living in Venice, Italy she was performing with many orchestras, including the Venice Opera, and had the honor of playing for Pope John Paul II.
Since moving to the United States in 2005, Dagmara has given solo recitals in Los Angeles, San Diego, Phoenix, St. Louis, as well as performed with the The Henry Mancini Institute Orchestra, The American Youth Symphony, John Williams and Sir James Galway; Riverside County Philharmonic, San Bernardino Symphony, Redlands Symphony, Santa Monica Symphony, Ventura Festival Orchestra, Mannheim Steamroller, New West Symphony, The Phoenix Opera, The Phoenix Symphony, MusicFest, and Barrage Orchestra.