Ewa Skardowska, the pianist and doctor of art, finished both: graduate (diploma with distinction) and postgraduate piano studies  at the Frederick Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw (now the Frederick Chopin University of Music). She was the piano student of Bronisława Kawalla and Jan Ekier, Maja Nosowska (chamber music) and Szabolcs Esztenyi (contemporary music). She also studied, as the part of the Post Graduate Diploma Program, at the Peabody Conservatory of Music in Baltimore, in the class of Ellen Mack. Since 1996 she has been working in her Alma Mater, as a collaborate of Chamber Music Piano Faculty.

Ewa Skardowska has been a winner at two all-Poland piano competitions, in Katowice and Szczecin, and she has took part in the several prestigious master courses, like theirs in Weimar and Salzburg (under direction of Jacob Lateiner and Boris Bloch). For many years she has been performing in concerts, mainly as a chamber musician, with Polish artists (Tomasz Strahl /cello, Paweł Gusnar /saxophone, Jan Jakub Bokun/ clarinet  and foreign ones (saxophonists: Claude Delange/ France, Jean Pennings /Belgium, David Pituch/USA; singer Rodney Miller/USA). She has recorded three CD: The Polish Music for Piano Trio (Panufnik, Kulenty, Rózycki, Chmielarz/DUX 2006), Chamber Works by Bohuslav Martinu, Jean Hubeau, Leslie Basset, Boris Mersson and Edison Denisov/2008, and The Polish Piano Trios (Dobrzyński & Chopin/Orfeus Music 2013).

Since 2004 Ewa Skardowska has been performing  with Adam Zarzycki-violin and Piotr Hausenplas-cello in The VARSOVIA PIANO TRIO. The group’s artistic aim is to publicly perform chamber literature masterpieces, in particular the Polish ones. In The VARSOVIA PIAN TRIO Ewa Skardowska has given numerous concerts in: Poland, France, Slovenia, Turkey, Denmark, Romania, Moldova, Finland, Belorus, The Czech Republic, Northern Ireland, Georgia, Egypt, China and The Great Britain, receiving audience appreciation and excellent reviews from critics. Among the most important concerts of the last years she indicates: 'Polska!Year' ('Poland!Year') in Belfast, Great Britain/2009 and opening of Chopin Year, both in the Minsk Philharmonic in Belarus and the Tbilisi Conservatory of Music in Georgia/2010 as well as Ghuri Palace in Cairo, Egypt; concert of the Polish modern music in Tempelinaukio, Helsinki/2010, 50th International Chopin Festival in Marianske Lazne, The Czech Republic/2009; International Chamber Music Festival at the Central Conservatory and the Beijing Opera in Pekin, China/2011; three concert tours in Turkey, the last connected with the Chopin Year (2006, 2008, 2010); concerts in the National Philharmonic in Warsaw/2008, the Kielce Philharmonic/2010 and Opole Philharmonic/2013 and the twice at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw (the last concert comprised 'Dumki' by Anton Dvorak and Grand Piano Trio in A minor by Pyotr Ilich Tchaikovsky). As the member of trio she gave several concerts organized by the Polish Association of Composers (works by: Przybylski, Ratusinska, Moss, Twardowski, Cieslak, Łukaszewski) and  performed during Chamber Music Festival in Radom, M. Agricola International Festival in Świebodzin as well as  Festival 'The Days of Music' ("Dni Muzyki") in Zamość. 

Since 2010 Ewa Skardowska has been collaborating with the Warsaw Piwnica Artystyczna Kurylewiczów (“Warsaw Artistic Cellar of  Kurylewicz”). The collaboration has resulted in a music and poetic project comprising solo and chamber works by composer and jazz pianist Andrzej Kurylewicz  as well as the poetry by Gabriela Kurylewicz. The project has been presented in various forms, in Piwnica Kurylewiczów, Och-Teatr (“Och -Theatre”), Concert Studio of Lutoslawski, S-1 in Warsaw as well as was the Steinway Hall in London (2011 and 2012). In June 2012 Ewa Skardowska appeared in the Concert Studio S-1 during “The Days of Andrzej Kurylewicz” presenting his works for piano solo and songs for soprano and piano (with Anna Karasinka). Recently, she has presented  also the works of Karol Szymanowski, Witold Lutoslawski and Andrzej Kurylewicz together with Katarzyna Bąkowska-violin.

In the range of Ewa Skardowska’s professional activity is perfoming the chamber music (piano trio, duo with cello, duo with violin, duo with saxophone, duo with voice) as well as the solo repertoire including especially the Polish contemporary music.

Ewa Skardowska is also the author of many articles on music, published between 2003 and 2013 in the pages of "Twoja Muza" (“Your Muse”) and the several scientific ones published by “Dialog Edukacyjny” (“Educational Dialog”). She took part in the international multi-disciplines conferences organized by Politechnika Gliwicka (2010, 2011) and Academy of Music in Łódź/2012 where she presented her scientific abstracts devoted to the process of creation, the art of music performance and metaphisics in the artistic work.