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Joanna Jakubas is a crossover singer. She received her Bachelor of Music degree from the Manhattan School of Music and a Master of Music in Advanced Vocal Performance degree from the Royal College of Music in London.
Joanna has just completed her first studio album “My New Wings.” It is a crossover album consisting of well-known pieces. The title symbolizes Joanna’s choice to move toward the crossover repertoire, which she enjoys performing. The pieces were chosen with care for their melodic beauty as well as fine lyrics. The album was recorded at the Lyndhurst Air Studio and Abbey Road Studios in London with the participation of the London Symphony Orchestra. The music producer is Jan A.P. Kaczmarek, Oscar winning composer for “Finding Neverland”.
Prior to recording her crossover album, Joanna performed in concerts at the Warsaw Philharmonic, Cracow Philharmonic, the Polish Radio as well as the Grand Opera of Warsaw, working with conductors such as: Jerzy Maksymiuk, Jacek Boniecki, Jose Maria Florêncio, and Slawomir Chrzanowski. Joanna has also had the pleasure of performing as a guest artist at the Andrea Bocelli concert in Warsaw, as well as the Ennio Morricone concert in Cracow.
She has appeared on stage in musical theater, operetta and opera productions such as: Schönberg’s “Les Misérables,” Offenbach’s “The Grand Duchess of Gerolstein,” and Puccini’s “Madame Butterfly.”
Apart from her stage work, Joanna Jakubas has recorded soundtracks and classical pieces for movies working with composers such as Paul Prichard, Matthew Moore. She has also performed in the Transatlantic Film Festival organized annually by Jan A.P. Kaczmarek.
Joanna holds acting credits for her roles in movies such as: “Blind Date” dir. W. Wójcik, “Los Numeros” dir. R. Zatorski, “Stones for the Rampart” dir. R. Glinski, where she also had the pleasure of working with Pawel Edelman DOP of “The Pianist.”