Wiktoria Wizner, Polish mezzo soprano,

2021 graduate of the Royal Conservatoire

of Scotland in Glasgow where she has been

studying under the tutelage of Clare

Shearer. In 2021 she became one of the

artists represented by Kamedulski Art

Agency.

Born on 21 of May 1992 in Koszalin, Poland, she graduated

from Academy of Music in Bydgoszcz with a Master of Art:

Vocalism degree in 2018.


She debuted in 2014 as Filipievna in 'Eugene Onegin' at

Opera Nova’s stage in Bydgoszcz and she was the youngest

of the cast. The following year, she performed as

Marcellina in 'Le nozze di Figaro' in Musical Theatre in

Toruń. She has also a wide experience with operetta roles;

in 2016 Wiktoria performed as Fedora in 'Der Opernball' in

UMK Auditorium in Torun, in 2017 she played Sylvia

Varescu in 'The Gypsy Princess' in Opera Nova in Bydgoszcz

and in 2018 debuted in The Baltic Stage Opera in Gdansk in

'Orpheus in the underworld' as Minerva.

In 2019 Wiktoria performed as the first singer ever the

main role in a new written opera 'Salija' by Krzysztof

Dobosiewicz.


She started her education at the Opera School of Royal

Conservatoire of Scotland in 2019. In February 2020

Wiktoria performed as Mrs. Peachum in 'Die

Dreigroschenoper' at AGOS Theatre in Glasgow. She also

prepared Ottavia’s role in 'Il coronazione di Poppea' in June

2020.


In November 2021 Wiktoria performed successfully as

Samotnieja in a fully stage version of Dobosiewicz's 'Salija'

in Philharmonic in Gorzow Wielkopolski.

Her performance as Older Woman in Jonathan's Dove

'Flight' took place in March 2022 at the New Antheneum

Theatre in Glasgow, with the composer himself attending

the spectacle, and resulted in many positive reviews of

Wiktoria.


The Polish Mezzo-Soprano portrayed the title role of

Cinderella in Rossini's 'La Cenerentola' in the Aylesbury

Opera production in October 2022.

She also performed with Opera Kensington at the Opera

Gala in December 2022.


In March 2023, Wiktoria unexpectedly joined the cast of ' A

feast in time of plague' at the RCS. directed by Mark Hoehn

and conducted by Lada Valesova. Her last minute

preparation of the role of Mary gained the appreciation of

the critics.


On June 2nd, in the Pomeranian Philharmonic in

Bydgoszcz, the concert version of 'Salija' took place with

Wiktoria returning in a main role of Salija.

Two days later, on June the 4th, Polish singer performed

during the I Festival of Polish Music THE MUSIC OF

VISTULA in Nieszawa, organized by the Kamedulski Art

Agency.


In July 2023 Wiktoria performed with Opera on the Move at

the Island of Wight in 'A night in Seville' performance,

showcasing various arias, duets and ensembles from

numerous operas. 


Polish singer performed the solo

part of Alto in Vivaldi’s GLORIA in October 2023, she has

also sung the cycle of songs by Edward Elgar,

‘Sea-pictures, Op.37’ with the Edinburgh University Music

Society Sinfonia Orchestra. Wiktoria had an opportunity to

work on Jonathan’s Dove music again during her

preparation of a countertenor role of Arion in a piece

‘Arion and the Dolphin' performed at the Glasgow

University in November 2023.


During her education at the Royal Conservatoire of

Scotland and after graduating, she had a pleasure to work

with many prominent artists, singers, répétiteurs ,

conductors, directors, casting directors, including Seann

Alderking, Giselle Allen, Natalia Babinska, John Butt, Karen

Cargill, Caroline Clegg, Kazimierz Dąbrowski, Jack Furness, P.J. Harris, Mark

Hoehn, Stephen Lawless, Tony Legge, Lumír Olšovský,

Steve Phillips, Sarah Playfair, Maria Sartova, Jitka

Stokalska, Ingrid Surgenor, Lada Valesova.


Wiktoria is a winner of many national and international

vocal competitions. She has also a varied concert

experience. Her performances were held in The Baltic

Philahrmonic in Bydgoszcz, The Swietokrzyska

Filharmonia in Kielce, Philharmonic in Koszalin,

Philharmonic in Lodz, The Chamber Opera in Warsaw, The

Cathedral in Grodno (Belarus), The Dramatic Theatre in

Nikolayev (Ukraine) Palazzo Mezzacapo in Maiori (Italy).