prof. dr 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.