Pedagogue, music theorist, conductor, publisher. She holds two diplomas in the art of music, studied theory of music and symphony and opera conducting with Professor Ryszard Dudek at the Frederic Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw (now Chopin University of Music). She also studied conducting at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna with Professor Uroš Lajovic (Sokrates-Erasmus) and at the University of Arts in Berlin with Professor Lutz Köhler (Humboldt-Stipendien). She attended several Polish and international orchestral and conducting masterclasses. She also completed postgraduate studies in two specialisations: European Union culture management (Polish Academy of Science), editing and book marketing (Bolesław Prus University of Humanity) and accomplished the Education Management Course (Center for Artistic Education).
She worked for The Polish Children’s Fund (artistic talents specialist), National Philharmonic (artistic work specialist), Centre for Artistic Education (inspector; Editor in Chief) and several state music schools in Warsaw. She worked with several Polish institutions such as Chopin University of Music, Film Factory Studio, University of Warsaw Choir, female choir Polirytmia, The Maria Grzegorzewska University.
At present, she teaches ear training at The Department of Vocal and Acting Studies of Chopin University of Music and other theory of music subjects (e.g. harmony, musical rules, music knowledge) at The Frederic Chopin State Music School in Warsaw, at Juliusz Zarębski State Music School and she conducts female vocal ensemble Kadrofonia, which she founded.