Malgorzata began her musical education playing violin at primary and secondary music school. She graduated from the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music, Bialystok as a director of choral studies in 2008. In 2011 she received first class honours in vocal studies. Malgorzata continues her progress with her coach Ewa Izykowska, in addition to participating in many vocal workshops and master classes including with renowned singers Anita Garancia, Olga Pasiecznik, Isabela Klosinska, and Marek Rzepka.
Malgorzata is a laureate of national and international singing competitions. In 2011 she received the Minister’s Scholarship for Fine Arts Students from the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage. She is also a laureate of the scholarship founded by the president of Ełk (2020) and the Podlasie Marshal’s scholarship (2021).
As a student she debuted in the title role of Stanislaw Moniuszko’s opera Halka at the Polish National Opera, Warsaw (Director N. Babinska), then performed the part of Contessa in Mozart’s Marriage of Figaro at Bialystok Puppet Theatre (Director P. Aigner).
Since 2007 Malgorzata has been performing many oratorio and opera works with Anna Moniuszko’s Diletto Early Music Ensemble. She performed the part of Serpina in La Serva Padrona by G. B. Pergolesi; Dido in Henry Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas; Tytany in H. Purcell’s The Fairy Queen (Director S. Chondrokostas); Lisetta in Il cavaliere per amore by N. Piccini (Dir. P. Chomczyk); Bastienne in Bastien und Bastienne by W. A. Mozart. Her repertoire also includes: Hanna in Moniuszko’s The Haunted Manor; Arsena in J. Strauss’ Der Zigeunerbaron; Mimi in G. Puccini’s La Boheme, Fiordiligi in Mozart’s Cosi fan tutte and many others.
Currently she works with the following conductors and philharmonic ensembles: M. J. Błaszczyk, B. Akiki, R. Kłoczko, N. Pavilionis – Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic; J. Salwarowski – Częstochowa Concert Hall; Cz. Grabowski – Zielona Gora Concert Hall; J. Swoboda – Jelenia Gora Concert Hall; J. M. Zarzycki – Chamber Orchestra in Lomza; P. Wijatkowski, Fryderyk Chopin University of Music; A. Klocek – Kalisz Concert Hall, Częstochowa Concert Hall; M. Kluczyńska – Fryderyk Chopin University of Music and National Opera Theatre; M. Wolińska, N. Athineos – Brandenburg Symphony Orchestra; A. Sosnowski (Belarus); Z. Graca, H. Breuer (Germany)
Malgorzata has performed many oratorios, including: J.S.Bach’s Weihnachtsoratorium, Magnificat; Cantatas BWV 196, 199, 211; A. Vivald,i’s Gloria and Magnificat; G. Carissimi’s Jephte (Filia); J. B. Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater; J. D. Zelenka’s Gesu al Calvario; G. F. Haendel’s Brockes Passion; W. A. Mozart’s Requiem and Coronation mass; Beethoven’s 9th Symphony, C. Saint – Saëns’ Christmas Oratorio; J. Haydn’s The Four Seasons; C. Jenkins’ Stabat Mater and Requiem, W. Kilar’s Te Deum and Angelus, H. Gorecki’s Symphony of Sorrowful Songs.
Premiers of works by contemporary Polish composers include: Grzegorz Bogdan – Psalmy dla niezłomnych (Psalms for Steadfasts), Marcin Nagnajewicz – Stabat Mater, Tadeusz Trojanowski – Sielanki songs and the oratorio Heritage, Jan Krutul – Angels.
Her recording output includes: reconstructions of old Polish musical masterpieces Old composers – rediscovered (dir. A. Moniuszko), S. Ziemianowski Mass (dir. A. Olszewska), Mozart’s songs and arias (M. Krassowski, piano), Passion Songs with E. Rafalko’s vocal ensemble Pro Opere, G. Bogdan’s Psalms for Steadfasts, solo album Soul whispers – the compilation of religious music, Rafał Sulima – pipe organ.
Malgorzata is a regular guest soloist at artistic events and festivals throughout Poland and has performed at: Music of Baroque Masters in Bialystok Festival of Old Arts; concerts at the Main Hall in Bialystok; Musical Days in Drozdowo and Lomza; Salesian Musical Summer in Przemysl; Belcanto Festival in Naleczow; Forum Musicum in Wroclaw; Musical Evenings in Swieta Lipka; Sacrum et Musica in Lomza; Legionowski Festival of Chamber and Organ Music; Music Festival in Gdansk; Opera and Operetta Music Festival in Ciechocinek.