Alicja Ciesielczuk was born in 1995 in Poland. Since 2017 she has been studying Classical Singing at the Music and Arts University of the City of Vienna. Currently, she sings in the class of Melba Ramos. Alicja enjoys a varied schedule of performances in concert halls and opera houses in Poland, Austria, Germany, France, Australia and the USA.

In autumn 2021, she sang the role of Fiorino (Moro per amore by A. Stradella) in the Theatre of Palazzo Altemps in Rome, conducted by Andrea de Carlo. Earlier the same year, she performed the role of Lucilla in Rossini’s La scala di seta during Royal Opera Festival in the Cracow Philharmonic. In December 2019 she took part in the world premiere of Orlando by O. Neuwirth at the Vienna State Opera as Cashier/Hippie. Earlier that year, she had the pleasure of performing the role of Nérine in J. Dalcroze’s opera Les Jumeaux de Bergame at the 4th International Conference of Dalcroze Studies, conducted by Michael Schnack. In April 2019, she took on the challenge of mixing two Mozartian roles, Frau Herz (Der Schauspieldirektor) and Zaide (Zaide), in a singspiel called Der Schauspieldirektor probt Zaide at the MUK Theatre. Her repertoire also contains: Semele from Semele by G. F. Händel, Barbarina from Le nozze di Figaro by W. A. Mozart and Belinda from Dido and Aeneas by H. Purcell.

She had worked together with artists like: Roberta Invernizzi, Angelika Kirchschlager, Emma Kirkby, Guido Mancusi, Michael Schnack, Michael Spyres, Lech Napierała, Charles Spencer, Birgid Steinberger, Claudia Visca. A keen linguist, Alicja speaks fluent English, German and Polish (mother tongue), as well as conversational Italian.

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