Anna Wojcik is a Polish-Canadian soprano, working towards her Bachelor of Music degree at the Glenn Gould School of The Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto, where she is studying 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.
She began voice lessons at the age of nine with Kinga Mitrowska. Since then, Anna has won countless competitions including the 69th Marcella Kochanska-Sembrich Vocal Competition, Doreen Chaddock Memorial Vocal Scholarship Competition and NATS Vocal Competition. She has appeared with orchestras including the Royal Conservatory Orchestra, Toronto Sinfonietta, Camerata Ensemble, Celebrity Symphony Orchestra and has performed for audiences across Canada, the US, Poland and Germany. In 2015, Anna sang in Carnegie Hall for the American Protégé Competition Winners Recital. She received the 2016 Emerging Music Artist MARTY Award for her accomplishments.
In 2018, she participated in the Saarburg International Summer Music Festival in Germany. During her first year at GGS, Anna performed the role of 2nd spirit in their production of Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte in Koerner Hall. In the summer of 2019, she played the roles of Annina in Verdi’s La Traviata and Nora in Vaughan Williams’ Riders to the Sea with SOLT. She is also an active volunteer for the Back to BACH Project, a world-wide initiative to inspire and encourage young school children to learn musical instruments and to show the value and importance of hard work and passion.