Graduate of the Music Academy in Łódź in Prof. Delfina Ambroziak’s class and post-graduate studies at the Music Academy in Wrocław in Prof. Ewa Czermak’s class.

Graduate of many masters courses. In 2006 she received a grant from the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage. In 2012 she received a grant from the Richard-Wagner Stipendienstiftung in Bayreuth.

Winner of many competitions, including the 8th Moniuszko Competition with a special award for the best Polish female singer (2013). In 2016 she won the J. Kiepura Award for best female singer.

In April 2007 she made her debut at the Great Theatre in Łódź as Rosina in a premiere of the Barber of Seville which earned her a Gold Mask in the best debut category.

From 2008 to 2017 she was a soloist at the Wrocław Opera, where she made her debut as the Queen of the Night in W. A. Mozart’s Magic Flute. She played many parts on that stage: first and foremost as Olympia in J. Offenbach’s Tales of Hoffman and Lucia in G. Donizetti’s Lucia of Lammermoor. She worked with such conductors as Tadeusz Kozłowski, Ewa Michnik, Andriy Yurkevych and Jacek Kaspszyk; took part in the productions of such directors as: Kerstin Maria Pohler, Susanne Andrade, Barrie Kosky and Mariusz Treliński, and performed at many opera festivals.

Since the 2017/2018 season she has been working at the Pfalztheater Kaiserslautern. Today she performs at the Warsaw Chamber Opera, Baltic Opera and at the National Opera’s Great Theatre in Warsaw, singing such parts as the Queen of the Night in a production by the Komische Oper in Berlin in the celebrated staging by Suzanne Andrade and Barrie Kosky.