In 1945, she began to study Romanistik and Musicology at the University of Cracow. At the same time, she studied singing with Stanislawa Zawadzka in Cracow. She made her concert debut in 1949.
In 1955, after Stefania Woytowicz’s first successes in Poland, she started touring in Austria, Russia and China. Since then, she had shining successes in concert halls all over the world: in London and Paris, in Stockholm and Moscow, in Holland and Germany, and at the Festival of Edinburgh.
In 1960, the singer, who kept her domicile in Warsaw, undertook a big concert tour to North America. In 1965, she sang a solo part in a symphony of Gustav Mahler at the Salzburg Festival and in 1970 in Lukas-Passion by K. Penderecki. In 1970, she appeared in a concert in Brussels; in 1973 at Maggio Musicale in Florence. Though she didn't appear on stage, she probably did so in television operas. In addition she sang opera music on numerous records. She had a rich formed soprano voice of unusual luminous timbre. She was also am important interpreter of modern music (Berg, Penderecki, Górecki, Baird).