To take place from 2.45-3.30pm, the performance will be staged for the benefit of BISP's year 10 and 11 GCSE students and all piano students at the school, but will also be open to anyone else who yearns for the brilliance of Chopin and a number of other well-known composers.
Children will be admitted for free, while others will be charged B200 at the door.
The rehearsal clip above is just a small taste of the musical genius of Ms Wieczorek, who also goes by the name of Kasia.
Kasia has performed at numerous festivals and concerts throughout Europe, the US, Asia and even Antarctica.
She is also the official accompanist for many international competitions including the ARD Wettbewerb Muenchen, Aeolus Wettbewerb Dusseldorf, Buenos Aires International Violin Competition and Jeju Festival in South Korea.
After Phuket, the Polish pianist – who is based out of Germany – will head up to Bangkok for a concert on March 15. Details here.