ALEKSANDRA WOJTASZEK – conductor, arranger, psychologist
She graduated from the Adam Mickiewicz University (psychology) and from the I. J. Paderewski Academy of Music (choral conducting) in Poznań (Poland). She also completed postgraduate studies at the Poznan School of Social Sciences (manager of culture) and at the F. Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw (psychology of music). In doctoral dissertation at the F. Chopin University of Music in Warsaw she worked on a vocal technique to create different sound shades coherent with the given kinds, styles and pieces of music from various historical period, She took part in a conducting master course the Siena Summer Session for Music and the Arts SSMA in Siena, Italy (in the A. de Rittis`s and J. Principe`s class). She worked with an orchestra and had opera music performances in Tuscany.
She is the artistic director and manager of the INSPIRO Ensemble. Since 2004 she has also worked with seven other different choirs (jazz, children, university, female choir etc.), implementing many various style concert projects. She cooperates with universities, besides leads psychological training sessions and vocal technique workshops for musicians, teachers, lawyers and various institutions. She is the author of the arrangements of entertainment music, dedicated to INSPIRO Ensemble singers but performed also by many Polish choirs.