A graduate of the Faculty of Voice and Drama of the Academy of Music in Krakow in the class of Professor Katarzyna Oleś-Blacha (diploma with distinction) and the Faculty of Chemistry of Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń. A scholar of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage. A soloist of the Krakow Opera. Her portfolio includes more than 40 opera and operetta parts. The most significant among these are: Carmen (Georges Bizet – “Carmen”), Giovanna Seymour (Gaetano Donizetti – “Anna Bolena”), Adalgisa (Vincenzo Bellini – “Norma”), Rosina (Gioacchino Rossini – “The Barber of Seville”), The Composer (Richard Strauss – “Ariadne on Naxos”), Orpheus (Christoph Willibald Gluck – “Orpheus and Eurydice”, French version), Nicklausse/Muse (Jacques Offenbach – “The Tales of Hoffmann”), Cherubino (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – “The Marriage of Figaro”), Suzuki (Giacomo Puccini – “Madame Butterfly”), Jadwiga (Stanisław Moniuszko – “The Haunted Manor”), Dorabella (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – “Così fan tutte”), Sylva (Imre Kálmán – “The Riviera Girl”). She has participated in numerous world premières and première performances, e.g., of “Olga Bo” by Marcin Płażewicz, “Pizzicato” by Mateusz Bień, “The Love for Three Oranges” by Sergey Prokofiev (the Polish première). She has also collaborated with the Castle Opera in Szczecin, the Grand Theatre in Łódź, the Nova Opera in Bydgoszcz and the - no longer existing - Gliwice Musical Theatre. She also performs cantata and oratorio works, as well as vocal lyrics.
She is a laureate of the 6th Iwona Borowicka National Operetta and Musical Performance Competition (2nd place), the International Vocal Competition Iuventus Canti in Slovakia (a distinction) and a finalist of the 1st Antonina Campi International Vocal Competition in Lublin. In year 2014, she received the “Ars Quaerendin” Prize of the Province of Małopolska in the “Master and Student” category for Extraordinary Contribution to Development and Promotion of Culture, which resulted in recording of a disc with soprano and mezzo-soprano duets, entitled “Per Due Donne. MEZZOeSOPRANO”. Her portfolio also includes the first CD recording of Stanisław Moniuszko’s opera “Beata” (in which she sung the part of Agata) and “Requiem” by Alfred Schnittke.
She has participated in numerous music festivals, including the Opera Rara (Krakow), the Polish Music Festival (Krakow), the Jan Kiepura Festival (Krynica Zdrój), the Krystyna Jamróz International Music Festival (Busko-Zdrój), the Opera Festival in Bydgoszcz, the “Wawel at Dusk” Festival (Krakow), the Bologna Festival (Italy), Festival de Wiltz (Luxembourg).