Kinga Brandys-Wójciak (mezzo-soprano, choirmaster). A graduate of the Archdiocesan Organist School in Krakow, she graduated from the class of Urszula Dereń-Kokoszki in 2006. In 2011, she received a master's degree in Art at the University of Silesia in Cieszyn. Currently, she is a student in the vocal and acting department of the Academy of Music in Katowice, in the class of Dr hab. Elżbieta Grodzka-Łopuszyńska, prof. Akademy of Music and Assistant Sylwia Olszyńska. Her passion is for teaching. From 2008 to 2012, she led the management of the 'Watra' and 'Kantylen' teams in Raba Wyżna, conducting lively concert productions. She is the initiator of the 'Lenten Concerts' in Rabka-Zdrój. Working with choirs brought her the "Award for a distinguished conductor, for inspiring educational and musical activity in the environment" at the 19th National Festival of Choral Song in Myślenice in 2010. As a soloist, she participated in the Imrich Godin International Vocal Competition "Iuventus Canti" in Vrable. Six years ago, she founded the female vocal ensemble "Cantates Angelicus", who actively perform and are successful in national and international competitions. Currently, she is also the conductor of the Rabka-Zdrój Children's Choir, which was founded in April 2017. The ensemble is a laureate of national competitions and participates in the programme "Singing Poland" in liaison with the Choir Academy of the National Forum of Music.