Hanna Marasz was born in Toruń in Poland where she graduated from the
Music School in transverse flute. She has master degrees both from the
National Academy of Dramatic Art in Warsaw and The Jagiellonian University
in Cracow (Psychology). She continued her education studying postgraduate
voice emission at the Academy of Music in Bydgoszcz. For three years
she worked as a singer and dancer in Polish Dance and Sing Ensemble
‘Mazowsze’. Since 2008 she has worked at Wroclaw Opera as an assistant
stage director. She also works regularly as an assistant with Polish National
Opera in Warsaw. Hanna has worked with acclaimed stage directors including
Mariusz Treliñski , Waldemar Zawodziñski, Michał Znaniecki, Laco Adamik,
Hugo de Hana , Georg Rootering, Jiri Herman, Hans-Peter Lehmann in
European opera houses including Polish National Opera and La Monnaie.
An important part of her artistic work is the participation in some international
festivals and opera megaproductions. In addition to her work in the classical
repertoire, she is also interested in modern operas such as Krauze’s The Trap
and unknown pieces including Orefice’s Chopin.