© 2017 Aleksandra Lewandowska

ABOUT

Polish soprano, living in Geneva.

 

Aleksandra began her musical road studying violin and piano.

Later she turned to singing. She graduated with distinction from the Music Academy in Poznan (Poland), in the class of Wojtek Drabowicz, and continued as a student of postgraduate studies at the University of Music Franz Liszt in Weimar (Germany).

 

Having always loved early music, Aleksandra also now performs modern repertoire with enthusiasm (notable collaborations include projects with the excellent Swiss quartet, Quatuor Sine Nomine).

 

She has a well-estabilished international career as a lyrical singer (solo and ensemble) and since 2010 has been regularly singing with leading groups and conductors such as Philippe Herreweghe (recording CDs with music of J.S.Bach and C.Gesualdo with Collegium Vocale Gent), Jos van Veldhoven (Nederlandse Bachvereniging), Stephan MacLeod (Gli Angeli Genève), John Duxbury (Cantatio), Wroclaw Baroque Orchestra as well as Christophe Coin, Václav Luks, Yves Corboz, Andrew Parrott, Ivan Fischer, Giovanni Antonini, Skip Sempé, Daniel Reuss, Alexander Weimann, Christoph Spering, Peter Neumann and Michael Willens.

 

Aleksandra has been a guest artist at festivals including Musikfest Bremen, Bachwoche Stuttgart, Thüringer Bachwochen, Festival Oude Muziek (Utrecht), Early Music Vancouver, Festival de Saintes, Lumine Voice Festival of Lofoten, Kulturwald Festspiele Bayerischer Wald, Vratislavia Cantans, Chopin and his Europe.

 

„…Le chaud soprano d’Aleksandra Lewandowska, rayonnant et ample (…)”

– Bachtrack (2015)

„Die göttliche Gerechtigkeit interpretiert von der polnischen Sopranistin Aleksandra Lewandowska, die anmutig, agil und überaus natürlich ihren Part vortrug. Da sie so gut wie auswendig sang, schaffte sie auch den geschätzten Kontakt zum Publikum”

– Freiburger Nachrichten (2018)

...Sopranistin Aleksandra Lewandowska glänzte mit glasklaren Tönen und spielerischen Verzierungen (...)"

– Nordwest Zeitung (2016)

„…Für die erkrankte Solo-Sopranistin sprang ohne jedes Qualitäts-Minus die polnische Sopranistin Aleksandra Lewandowska ein – eine wunderbare, lyrische, elfengleiche Ergänzung zu Marianne Beate Kielland (…)"

– Mittelbayerische (2013)