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“[Anna Wojcik] produced an accurate, mature sounding and nicely characterised version of Zerlina’s second aria “Vedrai carino”. I haven’t heard singing this good from someone so young since Emily d’Angelo burst onto the scene. One to watch.” (John Gilks, Opera Ramblings 2019) 


Anna Wojcik is a young Polish-Canadian soprano who has already performed for audiences across Canada, the US, Poland, and Germany. Anna has won countless competitions including the 69th ACPC Marcella Kochańska-Sembrich Vocal Competition, the Doreen Chaddock Memorial Vocal Scholarship Competition, as well as the Oakville Chamber Orchestra Youth Concerto Competition. She has appeared with the Royal Conservatory Orchestra, Toronto Sinfonietta, Camerata Ensemble, and the Celebrity Symphony Orchestra. In 2015, Anna sang in Carnegie Hall for the American Protégé Competition Winners Recital. The following year, she received the 2016 Emerging Music Artist MARTY Award from the Mississauga Arts Council for her accomplishments. Anna has performed many opera roles including: 2nd Spirit in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte (GGS), Annina in Verdi’s La traviata (SOLT), Nora in Vaughan Williams’ Riders to the Sea (SOLT), and Sister Osmina in Puccini’s Suor Angelica (GGS). As the co-founder of Nóżki Opera, Anna played Madame Herz in  Mozart’s Impresario during the bar production titled “Divas & Drinks”, Susanna in the garden production of Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro and Anne Frank in Cecilia Livingston’s Singing Only Softly. 


Anna is a graduate of The Royal Conservatory of Music’s Glenn Gould School, where she studied with Jean Macphail and Peter Tiefenbach. For a year prior to her post-secondary studies, Anna was a scholarship student at the Phil & Eli Taylor Performance Academy for Young Artists. As a first-generation Canadian, Anna’s passion is discovering the little-known repertoire of Polish composers.


Updated January 2023

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