I was born in Warsaw. My love for singing dawned in the children’s choir of the Teatr Wielki. For nine years I sang as a soloist and in the choir, participating in concerts and festivals of contemporary music (among which “Warsaw Autumn”), in Bach’s Passions, and various performances of the very broad repertoire of the National Opera.
This ardent love of music set me on a lifelong journey, starting off with studying cello. After obtaining my degree in cello I commenced my vocal studies – my true passion!
I took my first singing class with Claudia Visca at the College of Music in Cologne. By virtue of a scholarship from the Rotary Foundation, I was able to do a follow-up study at the Maastricht Academy of Music (with Mya Besselink), from which I graduated as a performing musician with diplomas for Solo Singing and Opera.
To continue developing myself, I regularly take part in courses. I attended a course in vocal pedagogy by Kurt Widmer (Switzerland), as well asadvanced singing courses by Evelyn Dalberg (Germany) and Sheila Barnes (England).
As a soloist I have a broad interest in the concert repertoire and opera. Works like Handel’s ” Messiah”, the passions and cantatas by JS Bach, Brahms’s and Mozart’s “Requiem”, Poulenc’s and Vivaldi’s “Gloria”, the operas “Hansel and Gretel”, “The Magic Flute”, “L’Elisir d’amore”, “Faust” and operettas such as “Die Fledermaus” and others, belong to my standard repertoire.
Besides the “big” work, I also like to perform chamber music. I love to immerse myself in the songs of all ages, from Purcell to Szymanowski.
(…) Beata Wojtczak whose fascinating singing and expression manages to captivate the listeners…
accurate to the smallest detail with an outstanding breathing technique. (…)
Nord-West-Zeitung“Publikum ist sicher hingerissen”
(…) Absolutely worth mentioning is the wonderful, tender voice of Beata Wojtczak. Especially in the first aria “Hab ich nur deine Liebe…”she managed to enchant the audience with her clear soprano. (…)
Brunsbüttler Rundschau“Mitreißende und Erfrischende Aufführung”
(…) Beata Wojtczak as Pamina, with her expressive and clear voice, convincingly personifiedthe youthful innocence. (…)
Münchner Merkur“Perfecte Unterhaltung auf der Bühne gezaubert”
(…) Beata Wojtczak convinced the audience with a delicately smooth crescendo and decrescendo and a wonderfully gentle pianissimo even in the highest echelons. (…)