Assistant Professor Marta Wróblewska, DMus

Pho­to Jerzy Piotr Rojec­ki

Mar­ta Wróblews­ka grad­u­at­ed from the Fry­deryk Chopin Uni­ver­si­ty of Music, Depart­ment of Instru­men­tal and Edu­ca­tion­al Stud­ies in Białys­tok, major­ing in Edu­ca­tion through Music in class of con­duct­ing of Pro­fes­sor Vio­let­ta Bie­lec­ka (2000) and Vocal Stud­ies in class of solo singing of Pro­fes­sor Ceza­ry Szyf­man (2009). She com­plet­ed both majors with hon­ours. In 2012 she obtained a doc­tor­al title in musi­cal art, artis­tic dis­ci­pline of vocal stud­ies. Cur­rent­ly she is Assis­tant Pro­fes­sor at her par­ent Depart­ment at the FCUM.

Mar­ta Wró­blew­ska (sopra­no) pur­sues a vivid activ­i­ty as a soloist. She has giv­en con­certs in Poland and abroad (Ger­many, Bel­gium, Spain, Andor­ra). She has per­formed along such artists as: Kevin Ken­ner, Andrew Par­rott, Vin­cent Dume­stre and Simon Stan­dage. On her artis­tic score card she also has per­for­mances of more than 50 can­ta­ta and ora­to­rio pieces, songs and opera parts.

For many years, as a soloist and cham­ber singer, she has been con­nect­ed with ensem­bles spe­cial­iz­ing in ear­ly music per­for­mance, i.e.: Con­certo Polac­co, Ars Nova, Sub­ti­lior Ensem­ble, Dilet­to, Ensem­ble Quat­tro­ Voce, and “Pod­lasie” Came­rata. She col­lab­o­rates with: Bor­nus Con­sort, Capel­la Cra­co­vien­sis and Il Tem­po. Since 1999 she has co-cre­at­ed the Vocal Octet Gau­dium.

In 1998 she record­ed a pro­gramme for the Białys­tok TV enti­tled “Moja Muzy­ka” [My Music]. Many of her con­certs were record­ed by Pol­ish radio broad­cast­ing sta­tions. On her score card she also has CD record­ings, which were many times nom­i­nat­ed for the “Fry­deryk”: Award, e.g. S. Moryto’s Leg­ni­ca Mass, music from the Jas­na Góra Col­lec­tions, pieces by Z. Sto­jows­ki – Can­ta­ta enti­tled A Prayer for Poland (award­ed by the British mag­a­zine Gramo­phone in 2009). The album Kurpie Songs – Szy­manows­ki, Górec­ki, Mory­to, record­ed by the Pod­lasie Opera Choir and Phil­har­mon­ic, on which she per­forms solo parts, won the “Fry­deryk 2009” Award in the cat­e­go­ry “Phono­graph­ic debut of the year”.

In 2005 she was award­ed with the Fry­deryk Chopin Acad­e­my of Music in War­saw Rector’s Cup as a win­ner of the 1st place at the 6th Moniuszko Com­pe­ti­tion called “The Evening Song”.

last modified: 12/02/2014