The Polish born violinist Dagmara Suchon began her violin studies at the age of four under her father, Stanislaw Suchon, the concertmaster of Poznan Philharmonic. After years of continuous studying and being honored by professors from The Moscow Conservatory, she completed her Masters of the Arts degree in 2003. 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. Since moving to California in 2005, Dagmara has given solo recitals all over San Diego and Los Angeles as well as performed with the Riverside County Philharmonic, San Bernardino Symphony, Redlands Symphony, Ventura Fesival Orchestra, The Henry Mancini Institute Orchestra, and The American Youth Symphony.