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Adrianna Bujak-Cyran


Soprano. A graduate of the Faculty of Voice and Drama at the Krzysztof Penderecki Academy of Music in Kraków, where she studied solo singing with Prof. Dr hab. Katarzyna Oleś-Blacha. She also completed the Song Studies at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw. A scholarship recipient of the Sapere Auso Małopole Scholarship Foundation and the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage – Creative Scholarship.

As a soloist, she collaborates with various ensembles, including the Camerata Cracovia Early Music Ensemble, the Consortium Sedinum Early Music Ensemble, the Tatra Climate Orchestra, and the Orchestra of the Foundation for Early Music Academy in Szczecin. She has also worked with Capella Cracoviensis and the Floripari Early Music Ensemble at the Royal Wawel Castle. She has performed both in Poland and abroad, including Slovakia, Lithuania, Ukraine, Germany, Italy, Finland, England, Belgium, and Australia.

She is also a member of the Flores Rosarum Gregorian chant, with whom she participated in the Polish premiere of Ordo Virtutum (2013), a liturgical drama by the medieval mystic Hildegard of Bingen, together with the Swiss ensemble Peregrina. The Flores Rosarum ensemble engages in various research and artistic projects aimed at reviving performances of Polish medieval music.

One of her main interests lies in popular songs. She started her career at the Loch Camelot cabaret, where she recorded numerous songs for radio and television. She is the winner of the National Festival of Unforgettable Polish Artists’ Art in Bydgoszcz (2008) and a laureate of the Grechuta Festival (2011), and the Film Song and Ballad Festival in Toruń (2014).