Born in Warsaw, Aga Winska studied piano and flute from a very early age. She graduated as Master of Arts at the Faculty of Music and Dramatic Art at the Fredrick Chopin University of Music in her hometown. During her studies, she made her debut as Queen of the Night in Mozart's "Magic Flute" at the Warsaw Chamber Opera.
She won the First Prize (Grand Prix), the Oratorio Award and the Alex de Vries Award at the Queen Elizabeth International Music Competition in Brussels in 1988.
The singer performs on major European stages and has been invited by some of the most prestigious music festivals. She also participates in the jury of international competitions. She is also a member of the E.V.T.A.
She recorded several CDs and appeared in a movie. The artist has in her repertoire 17 main opera and operetta roles, 23 oratorios and more than 300 melodies. As a very complete musician, her vast repertoire extends to all forms, styles and eras.
Aga Winska is Doctor in Arts, in her discipline of vocal art.