Professor Małgorzata Marczewska, DMus Hab.

Mał­gorza­ta Mar­czews­ka grad­u­at­ed from the Fry­deryk Chopin Acad­e­my of Music in War­saw. She then per­formed as a soloist at the State Sile­sian Opera in Bytom in 1984–1988 and the War­saw Cham­ber Opera in 1987–1990 and also co-oper­at­ed with the Great The­atre in War­saw. She has per­formed in Poland, Ger­many, Japan and the Czech Repub­lic prop­a­gat­ing Pol­ish music, vocal French lyri­cal music and above all oper­at­ic music. Her major parts include Tatiana (P. Tchaikovsky Eugen One­gin), Mimi (G. Puc­ci­ni La Boheme), Hal­ka (S. Moniuszko Hal­ka), Nel­la (G. Puc­ci­ni Gian­ni Schic­chi), l’Enfant (M. Rav­el l’Enfant et les sortil’ges), Lola (P. Mascagni Cav­al­le­ria Rus­ti­cana), Ida (J. Strauss Di Fle­d­er­maus), Ste­fan (S. Duniec­ki Queen Mary’s Page­boys) and oth­ers.

Mał­gorza­ta Mar­czews­ka began to teach in 1985, first at the State Sec­ondary Music School in Zabrze where she worked for three years. She is now a pro­fes­sor at the Fry­deryk Chopin Uni­ver­si­ty of Music in War­saw where she teach­es a singing class and the method­ol­o­gy of singing instruc­tion.

Her for­mer stu­dents have won a num­ber of major inter­na­tion­al com­pe­ti­tions, per­formed in Europe, Amer­i­ca and Asia and worked with opera singers of great renown.

She has ani­mat­ed many media events, art auc­tions and auc­tions for char­i­ty, pro­mot­ed young tal­ents and prop­a­gat­ed the idea of edu­ca­tion through art.

She has received many edu­ca­tion­al, music com­mu­ni­ty and occa­sion­al awards.

Pro­fes­sor Mał­gorza­ta Mar­czews­ka was in the term 2012–2015 head of the Chair of Vocal Stud­ies.


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