Graduate of Music Education – conducting class under Prof. Violetta Bielecka (2000) and Vocal Studies – solo singing class under Prof. Cezary Szyfman (2009) at the Department of Pedagogical and Instrumental Studies of the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Białystok. She graduated both majors with honours. She honed her artistic skills during courses conducted by renowned artists, such as Jerzy Artysz, Urszula Kryger and Olga Pasiecznik. In 2012 she received a doctorate in music arts as a vocalist. Currently she works as a lecturer at the Department of Pedagogical and Instrumental Studies at the University of Music in Białystok, as well as a singing teacher at the Music School Complex and Post-Secondary Vocal and Acting School in Białystok.
What is more, Marta Wróblewska has been leading a busy concert life as a soloist, with concerts in the country and abroad (Andorra, Belgium, Spain, Germany, Lithuania, Belarus). She sang alongside conductors such as Kevin Kenner, Andrew Parrott, Vincent Dumestre, Simon Standage, Marek Toporowski, Agata Sapiecha and Lilianna Stawarz. Moreover, her repertoire comprises around some 80 cantatas and oratorios, art songs and operatic roles. She also took part in many premieres and first performances.
As an artist, she is appreciated for her solo work and as a chamber singer, especially among ensembles specialising in performances of early music. She sung many times with Concerto Polacco Baroque ensemble, Ars Nova, as well as with vocal ensembles: Subtilior Ensemble, Diletto, Camerata Podlaska and Ensemble QuattroVoce, where she works as the artistic director. She also collaborates with Bornus Consort, Il Tempo, Capella Cracoviensis. Since 1999, she has been a part of the Gaudium Vocal Octet.
The artist also participated in prestigious festivals, including Festival de Musica Antigua de los Pirineos (Spain), International Festival of Sacred Music Gaude Mater, J. Śleńdzińska International Early Music Festival, Gloria European Music Festival, Stary Sącz Early Music Festival and Moniuszko Festival, as well as numerous concert series, including: Masterpieces of oratory and cantata music, Music of the Masters of the Baroque, Aria at the Gallery.
She performed together with numerous orchestras and ensembles, including the Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic Orchestra, Łomża Chamber Orchestra, Suwałki Chamber Orchestra, Toruń Symphony Orchestra, Capella Bydgostiensis, Capella Cracoviensis and Sinfonia Viva led by renowned conductors, such as Massimiliano Caldi, Michał Klauza, Marcin Nałęcz-Niesiołowski and Jan Miłosz Zarzycki.
In 1998, she recorded Moja Muzyka (My Music), a programme for TV Białystok. To date, the artist has recorded 20 albums (for DUX, Acte Préalable and Musicon), which were often nominated for the Polish recording industry’s Fryderyk Award, such as the album featuring works by Z. Stojowski: Kantata Modlitwa za Polskę, recorded by the Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir, appreciated in February of 2009 by the British Gramophone magazine. Another album, Pieśni Kurpiowskie. Szymanowski, Górecki, Moryto recorded by the Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic Choir, featuring solo parts by the artist received the Fryderyk Award in 2009 for a Phonographic Debut of the Year.
In 2005 she was given the F. Chopin Academy of Music Rector’s Cup as the winner of the 6th International Stanisław Moniuszko Vocal Competition. In 2014 the artist started her collaboration with the Białystok Puppet Theatre, where she performed solo parts in Bach’s Schweigt stille, plaudert nicht – a miniature comic opera.