Agnieszka  Adamczak has graduated with honours from Poznań Music Academy in solo singing classes conducted by prof. Katarzyna Rymarczyk.

She has improved her vocal skills at courses of Renata Scotto, Francisco Araiza, Kaludi Kaludov, Ion Buzea and Helena Łazarska.

   In 2005 Agnieszka made her debut as Pamina in W. A. Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte at the Grand Theatre in Poznań.

In 2006 she was chosen from among 450 singers (approx.) for the  title  role  in Franz von  Suppé’s opera Die schöne Galathee,  which she has performed successfully in an international casting during the Kammeroper Festival in Schloss Rheinsberg, Germany.

   In 2008 –2010 Agnieszka was engaged in the Internationale Opernstudio in Zurich.
She  took  part  in  the  following  performances at the Zurich Opera:  Peer Gynt – as erste  Säterin, Kinderring - as  Woglinde  and Helmwige, Die  Zauberflöte  for  children - as  Pamina, Die  lustige  Nibelungen - as  Krimhild, Der  Ferne  Klang - as  Mädchen  and  in  Luisa  Miller - as  Laura, she also sang  numerous  concerts  in  Switzerland.

   In  2009  she  won  first  prize  in  Anneliese  Rothenberger  vocal  contest  in  Germany  (Anneliese  Rothenberger  Wettbewerb – 2009).
In  the  same  year  she  became  the  laureate  of  the  Concorso  Internazionale  di  Canto    “La Bohéme”  and  later  performed  the  part  of  Musetta in  Teatro  Filarmonico  in  Verona.




   In 2010  she  won   second   prize   at  the  International  Hans  Gabor  Belvedere  Singing  Competition   in  Vienna  and   performed   at   the   Grand   Théâtre  de   Genève ,  where  she  sang  the  role  of  Nicoletta  in  Prokofiev’s  opera  L'Amour  des  trois  oranges.

   In  2011  Agnieszka  was  invited  by  the  well- known  British  recording  studio  Hyperion  to  take  part  in  the  recording of  Huit Chansons polonaises  by  F. Poulenc  together  with  one  of  the  world’s  most  renowned  accompanists,  Graham Johnson.
In this very year Agnieszka returned to the role of Musetta in the opera La Boheme, this time at a famous opera festival Glyndebourne on Tour  in Great  Britain.

   At  the  beginning  of  2012  she  took  part  in  the  Mozart  Residence  project  in  which  she  performed  famed  arias  and  group  scenes  from W. A.  Mozart’s  masterpieces  at  the  Opera  Gala  during  Aix- En- Provence  Festival  in  France.

In  2013  she  was   invited   at   a  festival  to  Jordan  where  she   performed  with the international cast the  part  of  Fiordiligi  in  Cosi  fan  tutte.

   In 2014  she  had  the  pleasure  of  debuting  on  the  stage  of  the  Opera de Oviedo  in  Spain, where  she  took  part  in the  production  of  Mozart's  "Don Giovanni"  as  Donna  Elvira. In  the  same  year she  repeated  her  participation  in  the  opera  by  Mozart, but  this  time  as  Donna  Anna  at  the  Grand  Theatre in  Poznan.

   In 2014  she made  her  debut  in "The  Haunted  Manor"  by  Stanisław  Moniuszko  under  the  watchful  eye  of  the  famous  actress  and  director Krystyna  Janda at  the  Grand  Theatre  in  Lodz.



   In  January  2015  she  again  starred  in  the  role  of  Donna  Elvira  at  the  Teatro  Baluarte  in  Pamplona,  Spain. 

   In  February  2015  she  appeared  in  Richard  Strauss  opera "Ariadne  auf  Naxos"  as  Najade  at  the  Zurich  Operahouse  in  Switzerland.

   Since 2016, she has been performing at the Baltic Opera in the role of Hanna from Stanisław Moniuszko's "The Haunted Manor" and Mimi from

Giaccomo Puccini's "La Bohème".


   In 2018, she made her debut as Adina in Gaetano Donizetti's "Elisir d’Amore" at the Grand Theater in Poznań.



   In 2019, she performed on the stage of Theater Magdeburg as Mimi in Giacomo Puccini's "La Bohéme".

   In the years 2016- 2019 she gave concerts on many philharmonic stages, including The Sinfonia Baltica Philharmonic in Słupsk, the Częstochowa Philharmonic, the Warmian-Masurian Philharmonic, the Krzysztof Penderecki European Music Center, as well as at the opera houses with various orchestras and ensembles, such as The Grand Theater in Poznań, the Baltic Opera in Gdańsk, the Płock Symphony Orchestra and the Krynica Zdrój Orchestra.

   While  working  in  Poland  and  abroad  Agnieszka  Adamczak  has  cooperated, among  others, with  the  following  conductors:
Fabio  Luisi, Pablo  Mielgo, Jakub  Hrůša , Michael  Jurowski, Eivind  Gullberg  Jensen,    Jochen  Rieder, Ingo  Metzmacher, Massimo  Zanetti, Andrea  Battistoni, Gabriel  Chmura, Mieczysław  Dondajewski, Piotr  Deptuch, Marcin  Sompoliński  and  with   directors  like  Matthias  von Stegmann, Jens- Daniel  Herzog, Damiano  Michieletto, Ivan  Stefanutti, Alfred  Kirchner, Pippo  Delbono  and Ryszard  Peryt.

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