Assistant Professor Małgorzata Kubala, DMus

Col­oratu­ra sopra­no, grad­u­at­ed from Fry­deryk Chopin Acad­e­my of Music in War­saw and from Musi­col­o­gy Insti­tute of War­saw Uni­ver­si­ty. Her vocal abil­i­ties were devel­oped by the best Pol­ish col­oratu­ra sopra­nos: Hali­na Mick­iewiczów­na, Bogna Soko­rs­ka, Nina Stano and Zdzisława Donat, as well as famous Hun­gar­i­an col­oratu­ra sopra­no Sylvia Gesz­ty. Award win­ner of the Pol­ish Min­istry of Cul­ture and Lux­em­burg Min­istry of Cul­ture. Final­ist in the VIII Inter­na­tion­al Col­oratu­ra Singing Com­pe­ti­tion of Sylvia Gesz­ta in Mur­cia in 2002.

Since 2002 Mał­gorza­ta Kubala col­lab­o­rates with many musi­cal insti­tu­tions and agen­cies pre­sent­ing a wide musi­cal spec­trum includ­ing Pol­ish com­po­si­tions, operetta, musi­cal and con­tem­po­rary music. She per­formed in Poland, as well in Ger­many, Aus­tria and Lux­em­burg, Latvia, Cana­da and Spain. Her last big artis­tic project was the spec­ta­cle of „Cen­drillon” with the music of Pauline Viar­dot pro­duced by Gran Teatro Fal­la in Cadiz and the Soci­ety Real Cir­cu­lo de Labradores in Sevil­la (2016).

She record­ed three CDs: Songs of War (Mazovia Sol­i­dar­i­ty, Hot­sol 2011), Fry­deryk Chopin and Pauline Viar­dot ami­tié amoureuse – mazurkas of F. Chopin (DUX, 2014), Vocal school of García’s fam­i­ly (DUX, 2017).

Besides the artis­tic activ­i­ty Mał­gorza­ta Kubala was devel­op­ing her sci­en­tif­ic inter­ests. In 2008 she was offered a posi­tion of lec­tur­er of aes­thet­ics and of the his­to­ry of music forms in the Vocal Depart­ment of Fry­deryk Chopin Uni­ver­si­ty of Music. Con­tin­u­ing her doc­tor­ate degree she received the PhD in vocal spe­cial­iza­tion in 2012.

From 2013 she leads vocal class, as well sci­en­tif­ic pro­grams and lec­tures. She was recent­ly invit­ed for lec­tures and mas­ter class­es by Jāzepa Vito­la Latvi­jas Mūzikas Akadēmi­ja in Riga, Con­ser­va­to­rio Manuel Castil­lo and Opera Friends Asso­ci­a­tion of Seville, Escuela Supe­ri­or de Can­to in Madrid, Con­ser­va­to­ry of Music in León and Uni­ver­si­dad de Jaén.

In 2016 she pub­lished The Twelve Chopin Mazurkas as Tran­scribed by Pauline Viar­dot. The Musi­cal Aspect of a Fas­ci­nat­ing Ami­tié Amoureuse which is an extend­ed edi­tion of her PhD the­sis (ISBN 978–83-61489–76-4, UMFC Pub­lish­ing). She is also the author of dif­fer­ent sci­en­tif­ic arti­cles.

last modified: 15/06/2018