Marta Kierska-Witczak obtained her Master of Arts degree with honours from the Karol Lipinski Academy of Music in Wrocław, where she works as a Professor. She has cooperated with different choirs and chamber orchestras in many projects and also taught postgraduate studies, occasional workshops and lessons in the Erasmus scholarship and Ceepus Programme. She has held lectures in different music faculties (e.g. Bulgaria, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Germany, Italy, Romania, Spain) and workshops with different choirs in Poland and abroad (France, Norway, Germany), taking programmes in old and contemporary Polish choral music. She is a leader of the Church Music Section in KLAM, organising many initiatives – concerts, symposiums, workshops, etc. She is the artistic director and the conductor of the CONSONANZA Chamber Choir of the Technical University of Wrocław (since 1993), which takes part in many festivals and competitions, being the recipient of different prizes and distinctions. She has received several distinctions as a guest director with other choirs. She also conducts two other choir ensembles (including Cantus Animae) and is an adjudicator at various choir competitions. She was a leader and chair of the jury (in 2014) of the International Choir Conducting Competition TOWARDS POLYPHONY, organised by KLAM in Wrocław.