is a graduate of Karol Szymanowski Music High School in Wrocław where she studied the violin under Prof. Krzysztof Bruczkowski. She graduated with distinction from Fryderyk Chopin Music Academy in Warsaw where she studied under Julia Jakimowicz-Jakowicz.
As a highly appreciated musician she has co-operated with many excellent orchestras, such as the Polish Chamber Orchestra, the Sinfonia Warsovia, the Sinfonia Helvetica, the Menuhin Festival Orchestra. She has also taken part in the worldwide concert tours of recognized artists, such as James Galway, Yehudi Menuhin, Krystian Zimerman, Mstislav Rostropovich, Hilary Hahn, Maxim Vengerov, Sharon Kam and others.
Wioletta Porębska has constantly co-operated with the Wratislavia Chamber Orchestra since its foundation in 1996. As a leader of the second violin she performs in numerous concerts and festivals and also takes part in the recording projects of the orchestra (including the recording of Marcin Zdunik which was granted the “Fryderyk” award).
Since 2002 she has been the musician of Witold Lutosławski Wrocław Philharmonic and in 2007 she gained the position of its soloist.