In the fall of 2017, together with Frederik Bülow – a Jazz drummer, Joasia created a band.
We called it Misceo.
We started as a sextet, soon transforming into a quintet.

The idea for creating Misceo came from need of building a bridge between the two Worlds:
we merged a Jazz piano trio with duo of Classical string instrumentalists.

Misceo represents new paths in music, envisioning to blur existing lines of musical styles within
their own original compositions to create music that is out-of-ordinary and captivating – resonating.

The new project brings together players from three different European countries – Finland, Poland and Denmark, featuring:

 Jazz Piano Trio: 
Frederik Bülow – drums, Adrian Christensen – double bass, Artturi Rönkä – piano
 Classical String Duo:
Joasia Cieslak – cello, Kern Westerberg – violin

In early 2018 Misceo played a debut concert in Camerata hall of Musiikkitalo in Helsinki, Finland.

In December 2019 we recorded our debut album which was released together with three singles by AMP music&records in May 2020.

Our first album is titled “Better word for love”.

The cover for the album created famous Japanese artist – Yuina Wada

Joasia Cieślak
Emil Sana duo

cello and electronics exploring neo-classical style

Joasia Cieślak
Andrzej Karałow duo

cello and piano and all in between exploring new paths in music

Joasia Cieślak
Frederik Bülow duo

cello and Jazz drums, original music with a modern approach to “old” classical music

Living Room Concerts

Joasia is a Chairman of an Association Living Room Concerts focused on organizing small concerts played by Sibelius Academy students near the end of their degree

Binging Art

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Online Cello Academy

Online lessons, community forum, 24/7 student support, and more. Take your playing to the next level!

Lessons can be given in English or Polish.