Patrycja Gabrel is a Polish soprano who has been recognized for her beautiful voice and large acting skills. She graduated in singing from Warsaw`s Fryderyk Chopin Music Conservatory, and from Escuela Superior Reina Sofia in Madrid, under the guidance of Professor Tom Krause. She participated in masterclasses with Riri Griest, Charles Kellis, Anita Garança and Helmut Deutch. Patrycja won the Alfredo Krause Prize (for Best Promise Musician ) in Madrid and also the ”Art of Polish Song” Competition Prize (Radio Classica). She was a Gulbenkian Foundation grand holder for the ENOA project and also a member of its Choir between 2010-2014. At the present, she is perfectioning her vocal abilities under Professor Joana Siqueira.
Patrycja has participated in various festivals, such as the Festival d ́aix-en-Provence, the Flagey Brahms Festival (Brussels), Madeira Island Organ Festival, Macao International Music Festival. She frequently sings with prestigious Portuguese groups such as Grupo Vocal Olisipo, Capella Patriarchal and Ludovice Ensemble.
She has sung with Orchestra do Norte, the Portuguese Chamber Orchestra, the Metropolitan Lisbon Orchestra, the Gulbenkian Orchestra, Divino Sospiro Orchestra, Camerata Atlantica and the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, both in Oratorio and in other genders. As a soloist, she performed with conductors like Michael Corboz, Michael Zilm, Leonardo Garcia Alarcon, Lawrence Foster, Jean-Marc Burfin, Paul McCreesh ,Osvaldo Ferreira, Joana Cerneiro, Jorge Matta and Jan Wierzba.
Her operatic repertoire includes the roles of Violetta `La Traviata` by Verdi, Queen of the Night `Magic Flute` by Mozart, Lucia from`Lucia di Lammermoor `by Dionizetti, Lulu by Alban Berg.