"This lovely soprano, in particlar, displayed her georgeus star power with her crystal clear voice and her warm, embracing personality.
She particularly engaged the audience with her stunning renditions of the Puccini and Handel arias." White Eagle, March 4, 2011.
The glamorous and mutli-talented singing actress -often characterized as the young Kiri Te Kanawa- made her debut performing as the Second Lady at The Krakow Opera, in Poland. She then appeared as a leading soprano in various venues throughout Germany, France and Switzerland. In 2003 she came to the United States to further her career and continue her studies. She quickly caught the attention of The Polish
Theater in New York and was engaged to perform a series of Polish operas by Moniuszko and Kurpinski. She was also heard in many stage productions: "Red Riding Hood","The Great Three Cabaree" and "The Christmas Show ".
In 2007 she was a standout as the clever and surreptitious maid in the role of Despina with The Riverside Opera.Later that year she was asked to perform the role of Rosina in Rossini's "The Barber of Seville" at The Brooklyn Opera with great success. This led to an encore performance with the Brooklyn Opera as Adele in "Die Fledermaus"by Johann Strauss, where she was acclaimed for her wonderful acting skills -prompting the vision of her as "the
young operatic counterpart of the actress, Meryl Streep". In tandem with her operatic and theatrical appearances she was also focusing on orchestral concerts and oratorio, performing in many recitals with religious works. Included were Pergolesi's, "Stabat Mater", and Mozart's "Et incarnatus est" and "Laudamus te", with which she was also featured in a concert with The Slavic Arts Ensemble string quartet. In 2007 she performed a joint recital in Jacksonville, Florida with the internationally famous bass- baritone, Simon Estes who was "greatly impressed with her wonderful talent". Later in 2008 she was heard in The International K.Jamroz Music Festival in Busko-Zdroj in Poland, with the orchestra conducted by S.Chrzanowski. This success brought her to another wonderful opportunity when she was later engaged to sing some operatic arias at the Warsaw Philharmonic, in Poland. In 2008-2009 she also appeared as the featured soprano with the Queens Opera's "Operatic Highlights" and also "The Three Divas"throughout New Jersey. She recently was mesmerizing with her huge success to prolonged standing ovations in her 2009 solo-recital at the famous Silesian Opera Theater in Bytom, Poland where her performance of Schumann's "Frauenliebe und Leben" was heralded as "great artistic theatricality" -producing both tears, and then later also joy- in her operatic renditions of "Una voce poco fa" from "Il Barbiere di Siviglia" and the Gavotte from "Manon". Later in October 2009 and January 2010 she was heard again in Warsaw as Rosalinda in "Die Fledermaus" which prompted the Director, Wieslaw Ochman, the formerly world famous international operatic tenor - to proclaim her "the best Rosalinda I ever worked with". In December, 2009 at the "De Lamar Mansion Salon of Arts and Ideas" she performed the world premiere of "The Warmth of Christmas" composed by the legendary pianist Byron Janis who personally accompanied her on the piano to "thunderous applause". In the spring of 2010 she was sensational in the title role of the american premiere of "Hrabina" by S.Moniuszko. This year she has been featured in the XX International Organ & Chamber Music Festival in Lezajsk, Poland as well as a guest artist in the a recital at the Lancut Castle in Poland.
If you look forward to making your wedding more royal or you are trying to make a perfect gift or a special surprise or else as a bonus for the Christmas party of your employees --you found the right person. The golden voice with a pure tone, rich in expression and as people say "a great personality"!