Klaudia is a graduate of Royal Conservatoire of Scotland on the undergraduate vocal program.
She began her vocal training in Poland with Isabela Stefanska while still continuing her studies on the flute. In Glasgow Klaudia started singing under tutelage of Marilyn Smith.
She continued with Helen Lawson and Patricia McMahon in her later studies. She has participated in master classes with Malcolm Martineau and Patricia MacMahon.
Her first operatic roles were Frantik in Janacek controversial opera Cunning little Vixen, Amore in Monteverdi’s L'incoronazione di Poppea.
Klaudia enjoyed working and collaborating within different projects. She had performed during Song Studio concert directed by Tim Dean.
She has also taken part in a Bridge Week Project filming: ‘There is no such
thing as Bad Weather, there is just bad clothing’.
Throughout her 4-years studies, Klaudia has been highly commended in Frank Spedding Lieder competition; she has also won Hugh S Roberton Prizes for Scottish Singing including the William Allan Prize in 2012.
Klaudia will start Master Opera course at the RCS this autumn under tutelage of Clare Shearer.