Assistant Professor Małgorzata Kubala, DMus

A col­oratu­ra sopra­no, grad­u­ate of the Depart­ment of Vocal Stud­ies, Fry­deryk Chopin Acad­e­my of Music in War­saw, and the Insti­tute of Musi­col­o­gy, Uni­ver­si­ty of War­saw. She devel­oped her vocal skills under Poland’s best singers – Hali­na Mic­kie­wi­czówna, Bogna Sokor­ska, Nina Stano and Zdzi­sława Donat, and also an out­stand­ing Hun­gar­i­an singer — Syl­via Gesz­ty.

She was a hold­er of schol­ar­ships of the Min­istry of Cul­ture and Nation­al Her­itage, and the Min­is­ter of Cul­ture of the King­dom of Lux­em­burg. She was a final­ist of the 8th Inter­na­tion­al Sylvia Gesz­ty Col­oratu­ra Com­pe­ti­tion. On her score card she has  numer­ous con­certs in Poland and abroad (Ger­many, Aus­tria, Lux­em­burg, Latvia, Cana­da).

Since 2002 she has col­lab­o­rat­ed with dif­fer­ent music insti­tu­tions and agen­cies, per­form­ing a wide and the­mat­i­cal­ly diverse range of con­cert reper­toire: from Pol­ish lit­er­a­ture, operettas, musi­cals, to con­tem­po­rary stage forms. For instance, she per­formed with the Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Artis­tic Ensem­ble of the Pol­ish Army, or the ensem­ble of the Music The­atre in Łódź – dur­ing their tour around Ger­many she per­formed the part of the Queen of the Night in Mozart’s The Mag­ic Flute. In 2005 she start­ed col­lab­o­ra­tion with Maria Foł­tyn, an out­stand­ing Pol­ish singer and direc­tor, which result­ed in the invi­ta­tion to the re-stag­ing of Stanis­law Moniuszko’s Song­book for Home Use at the Great The­atre – Nation­al Opera. In 2009 she was on tour around Cana­da with an orig­i­nal pro­gramme devot­ed to Chopin’s mazurkas arranged by Pauli­na Viar­dot for voice and piano. The pro­gramme was also pre­sent­ed as part of the Chopin Year cel­e­bra­tions in War­saw, Koło­brzeg, as well as Riga and Seville.

Apart from artis­tic activ­i­ty, in 2008 Mał­gorza­ta Kubala start­ed giv­ing lec­tures at the Depart­ment of Vocal Stud­ies, Fry­deryk Chopin Uni­ver­si­ty of Music in War­saw. In 2012 she obtained a doc­tor­al title in musi­cal arts, artis­tic dis­ci­pline of vocal stud­ies, and since 2013 she has been employed at her par­ent uni­ver­si­ty hold­ing the post of Assis­tant Pro­fes­sor. At the same time she coop­er­ates with for­eign uni­ver­si­ties – she con­duct­ed lec­tures and vocal class­es e.g. at Jāzepa Vito­la Latvi­jas Mūzi­kas Aka­dēmija in Riga, or Con­se­rva­to­rio Manuel Castil­lo in Seville.

last modified: 13/02/2014