Sylwia Danieluk

Soprano, singing teacher, cultural anthropologist. She is a graduate in opera studies at The Karol Lipiński Academy of Music in Wrocław, Poland (summa cum laude).


Sylwia Danieluk is soloist of the Jan Kiepura Mazovian Musical Theater in Warsaw, where she plays main role of Valancy Stirling in the musical-operetta “The Blue Castle” (directed by Beata Redo-Dobber). During studies she made her debut in Wrocław Opera House in Le nozze di Figaro by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. She also performed in Opera Nova in Bydgoszcz and Warsaw Chamber Opera. She had her debut with the role of Emina (gypsy Kalda) in the world premiere of the operetta by great Polish romantic composer Stanisław Moniuszko Ideał, czyli nowa Precjoza (directed by Roberto Skolmowski). In 2021 she also made her debut at the stage of Dramatic Theater in Płock in Rock Opera – The Defense of Płock 1920. She performed Heiderl Tschöll in Das Dreimäderlhaus during many international music festivals.


Sylwia Danieluk works together with orchestras (Polish Film Music Orchestra, Royal Symphony Orchestra), ensembles (Strauss Ensamble, Capella Caelestis, Five-Up) and soloists (guitarist Tomasz Radziszewski, tenor Bartosz Nowak). She performs a variety of repertoire – from opera and operetta to contemporary music. She sung under the baton of: Bejnamin Bayl, Francesco Bottligliero, Mariusz Dziubek, Robert Hollingworth, Andrzej Kosendiak, Robert Kurdybacha, Przemysław Pasternak, Stanisław Rybarczyk, Jerzy Sobeńko, Jarosław Thiel, and Tadeusz Zathey. Sylwia performed in Poland and abroad (Czech Republic, Slovakia, Latvia, Austria, Germany, France, United States).


Sylwia Danieluk also performes solo parts at numerous international festivals. She was a soloist during concerts and world premiers of game music (two editions of Game Music Festival, under the baton of Robert Kurdybacha and Austin Wintory). Together with the organist Marek Stefański inaugurated the 13th International Festival of Organ and Chamber Music – Kalisz Organ Forum. A year earlier – alongside Jan Stanienda and the “Wratislavia” Chamber Orchestra – the 23rd Chamber Music Festival, Evenings at the Arsenal. Sylwia performed soprano solo part during the world premiere of Zuzanna Koziej’s Mass of Trust as a part of the Zaufanie-Vertrauen Festival (conducted by Agnieszka Franków-Żelazny). In the years 2014-2017 she was a soloist at the International Wratislavia Cantans Festival. During this time, she gave concerts, among others, with the Wrocław Chamber Orchestra Leopoldinum. At the 50th jubilee edition of the Festival, she performed Fire during polish premiere of František Antonín Míča’s cantata Quatuor Elementa conducted by Benjamin Bayl


Sylwia Danieluk is a laureate of numerous prizes at national and international competitions. Recent achievements include:

  • Distinction and Special Prize at the 10th International Operetta and Musical Competition under the honorary patronage of Wiesław Ochman (2022),
  • 2nd Prize at National Vocal Competition Ze Sztuką Przez Świat Foundation in Warsaw,
  • 3rd Prize at 13th International Ensamble Competition Stonavska Barborka in Stonava, Czech Republic (duet with baritone Piotr Danieluk),
  • Second Distinction and Special Award at the 2nd International Vocal Competition in Kalisz,
  • 3rd Prize at the 2nd National Vocal Competition Bella Voce in Busko-Zdrój,
  • Distinction and Special Award at the 3rd National Song Festival Music Opens the Soul in Żuromin,
  • First Distinction at the 5th National Vocal Competition in Drezdenko,
  • 2nd Prize at The 2nd International Guitar Competition in Tczew (duet with guitarist Tomasz Radziszewski),
  • Special Prize for Outstanding Stage Predispositions at the 13th International Vocal Art Competition Golden Voices in Warsaw,
  • Distinction and Special Award for Best Interpretation of Contemporary Composition at the 1st International Halina Słonicka Vocal Competition in Suwałki,
  • 3rd Place at The 14th National Moniuszko Competition The Aria and the Song of Evening in Białystok,
  • Second Distinction at the 4th Krystyna Jamroz National Vocal Competition in Busko-Zdrój.



Her interests reach far beyond the horizons of classical music. Besides opera singing her passion is pole dance. In addition to Music Academy, she graduated in Antropology of Literature, Theatre and Film (master studies), Pedagogy and Logopaedics. She teaches opera singing at the Karol Szymanowski 1st and 2nd degree State Music School in her hometown – Płock. 

Before she decided to follow the path of classical singing, Sylwia performed next to the icons of Polish music – with the band Skaldowie, singers Edyta Geppert, Grażyna Łobaszewska and Janusz Radek (The Colours of Hope). Together with the Vox Juventutis choir (currently Vox Singers), she has won many awards at international competitions in the pop / jazz category.