Professor of Music (Voice)
Music Addition, MA103
- M.M., Master of Music, Lodz Academy of Music, Poland, 1965
Soprano Teresa Kubiak made her American debut at Carnegie Hall in 1970 and performed operatic engagements throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia, and the Middle and the Far East.
She sang with the Metropolitan Opera for fourteen years and has performed in London's Royal Opera, the Vienna Staatsoper, Paris, Munich, Rome, Bulgaria, Russia, Lisbon, Madrid, Barcelona, Venice, Warsaw, Prague, Korea, China, Kuwait, Jordan, and the Phillippines.
Professor Kubiak has appeared with the world's major orchestras and conductors, including the New York Philharmonic, London Philharmonic, Montreal Symphony, Munich Symphony, Puerto Rico Casals Festival, Ravinia, Chicago Symphony, Krakow, Katowice, and the Lodz, Glyndenborne Festival.
She is the winner of five national and international vocal competitions and teaches master classes throughout Europe, the Middle East, United States, and New Zealand. She has recorded for Decca, EMI, BBC, Argo, Mondo Italy and Polish Muza, and is a member of NATS.
Professor Kubiak is involved in judging national and international competitions and is listed in the International Who's Who of Music and Musicians, Who's Who in American Women, Annals of Metropolitan Opera and Who's Who in Opera.
In 2005, Professor Kubiak was awarded a Doctor Honoris Causa from the Music Academy of Lodz, Poland, her alma mater.