In 2017 the young Polish conductor Marta Kluczyńska made her publicly and critically acclaimed debuts at the Wrocław Opera with La Cenerentola by Gioacchino Rossini and at Landestheater Coburg (Germany) with Le nozze di Figaro by W. A. Mozart, as well as with the orchestra of the Kraków Opera at the Ada Sari International Vocal Artistry Competition.
At the age of 24 she made her opera debut at the Polish National Opera in Warsaw where she, as a resident conductor, has since conducted numerous performances, including The Haunted Manor by Stanisław Moniuszko, The Nutcracker by Peter Tchaikovsky, Romeo and Juliet by Sergej Prokofiev, A Midsummer Night's Dream (Ballet by John Neumeier), and Don Quixote by Ludwig Minkus. Furthermore, assisting conductors such as Valery Gergiev, Marc Minkowski, Stefan Soltesz, Carlo Montanaro, Patrick Fournillier, Jacek Kaspszyk, and Gabriel Chmura has enabled her to build up a rich operatic repertoire.
Marta Kluczyńska conducted the world premieres of operas by the young Polish composers Jagoda Szmytka, Wojtek Blecharz, Sławomir Wojciechowski, and Marcin Stańczyk within the context of The P Project in 2013 and 2014.
She has led performances with orchestras such as Sinfonia Varsovia, Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra (Katowice), Polish Radio Orchestra (Warsaw), Lodz Philharmonic Orchestra, and Sinfonia Iuventus.
Marta Kluczyńska graduated with degrees in conducting and piano studies from The Fryderyk Chopin University of Music Warsaw. She attended master classes with Colin Metters, Gabriel Chmura, and Peter Eötvös, and workshops organized by the European Network of Opera Academies (ENOA).