Paulina Horajska


In 2017, she graduated with honours undergraduate studies in vocal and acting at the Academy of Music in Katowice with Agata Kobierska, PhD. Currently, she continues her master’s studies at the University of Music. F. Chopin in Warsaw with Jolanta Janucik, PhD. In April 2017 she made her debut with the role of the Queen of the Night in the opera “The Magic Flute” W. A. Mozart (directed by K. Widera) as part of the “Opera Factory” project that takes place at the Academy of Music in Katowice. Then she created the above role in the adaptation of “The Magic Flute” – “About the Kingdom of Day and Night and Enchanted Instruments” (directed by B. Bujnicka and J. Stokalska) in cooperation with the Young Talent Development Program – Opera Academy at the Grand Theatre of the National Opera in Warsaw. In 2018 she appeared at the stage of the Warsaw Chamber Opera as Servilia in “La clemenza di Tito” by W. A. Mozart (directed by M. Weiss) and Blondchen in “Abduction from Seraglio” by W. A. Mozart (directed by J. Aleksandrow). She is a laureate of the Rudolf International Vocal Competition Petraka in Zilina, Slovakia (1st prize), 8th National Impressio Art Vocal Competition in Sopot (Special Award Impressio Art for the best performance of Felix Nowowiejski’s song), 5th National Chamber Competition in Katowice (distinction), Inter-College Chamber Competition in Wrocław (3rd prize together with the pianist – Urszula Barnaś), a finalist at the 2nd International Sacred Music Competition Ars et Gloria in Katowice. A multiple winner of the Rector of the Academy of Music in Katowice scholarship for the best students.


She performed as a soloist at the side of outstanding musicians from the Il Giardino Armonico o performing selected religious works of W. A. Mozart (Project “Mozart Academy” in the National Forum of Music in Wrocław). She also gave concerts in the Reduta Halls of the Grand Theatre – Polish National Opera in Warsaw, Leo Saal in Vienna, Silesian Philharmonic, Rzeszów Institute of Music, Zakopane Atmie, and Łazienki Palace in Warsaw. She created soprano parts in the premiere performance of the “Roman Papal Mass” by Roman Hyla and in the “Vespers of Mary” by Henryk Brikner Osppe found in the Jasna Góra archives.