Warsaw Modern Duo has been bringing their exquisite music to concert halls for over a decade. The ensemble is composed of graduates from the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw. They have been closely associated with major music institutions in Poland.

Krystyna Sakowska is the first-chair clarinet and bass clarinet in the Warsaw Philharmonic.

Joanna Opalińska is the pianist and teacher in the Department of Instrumental Studies at the University of Music in Warsaw.

The duo is predominantly inspired by unique music encompassing uncommon sound that enables the artists to convey its outstanding qualities, tones and moods. Therefore, Warsaw Modern Duo's repertoire includes numerous contemporary compositions. However, the artists also enjoy playing classical works, as well as the less known or forgotten compositions.

The ensemble has given many concerts and completed numerous successful projects. To name a few, the duo won the 2nd prize at the National Competition of Interpretation of French Music in Łódź, Poland, and was granted the award of the Vice-Chancellor of Academy of Music in Łódź. Also, the musicians won the 3rd prize at Krzysztof Penderecki International Competition of Contemporary Chamber Music in Cracow.