Winner of numerous awards in such competitions like International Lions Singing Contest-Festspiele Immling (2nd), Eva Marton Singing Competition (3rd and 3 special prizes), Renata Tebaldi International Vocal Competition (3rd), Otto Edelman Singing Competition in Vienna (engagement), XIV Intercollegiate Singing Competition Around the Slavic Vocal Music (1st), National Chamber Music Competition (2nd), II National Chamber Music Competition (3rd), 49 International Antonin Dvorak’s Singing Competition (Honorary mention), XVI Imrich Godin International Vocal Competition IUVENTUS CANTI (Special award) and many others.
She took part in such competitions as ARD Music Competition 2018, Ferruccio Tagliavini International Singing Competition 2018 (finalist), International Vocal Competition’s-Hertogenbosch 2017. In the 2018–2019 season Ms. Jarząbek made her debut as Fenena in the Cristina Mazzavillani Muti production of Nabucco in Ravenna Festival (Teatro Alighieri) and Teatro Comunale di Ferrara, conducted by Alessandro Benigni. She shared the stage with: Serban Vasile, Evgeny Stavinski, Alessandra Gioia, Riccardo Rados. Additional successful engagements were solo recital in Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest with Anna Lasek-Starzec– pianist and concert at Festival them. Jan Kiepura in Poland conducted by Sławomir Chrzanowski. The 2017-2018 seasons saw Ms. Jarząbek return to Grand Theatre – National Opera in Warsaw as a guest artist continued her singing as Pamina in Die Zauberflöte W.A. Mozart. In the 2016-2017 seasons, Polish soprano made her opera debut at the Grand Theatre – National Opera as Pamina in Barrie Kosky’s production of Die Zauberflöte conducted by Piotr Staniszewski.
She shared the stage with: Joel Prieto, Manuel Günther, Emil Ławecki, Aleksandra Olczyk, Joanna Moskowicz. Additionally, she was engaged in the North American recital debut at Newport Music Festival with Grigori Zamparas- the pianist. Ms. Jarząbek holds both Bachelor and Master of Music degrees from Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Poland where she now continues her Ph.D. studies. Prior to her graduation, Ms. Jarząbek also participated in the Young Artist Programme OPERA ACADEMY in Grand Theatre – National Opera Warsaw. She cooperated with Silesia Art– an Institute of Music in Poland and The Women’s Salon Orchestra.
She took part in such festivals as the Festival ‘Music of Nations” (Świerklaniec, 2020) (Bytom 2019), Festival them. Jan Kiepura in (Krynica 2018), Newport Music Festival (USA, 2016), Musica Sacra Skalica (Slovenia, 2015). She participated in vocal courses taught by: Olga Pasiecznik, Stefania Toczyska, Jadwiga Romańska, Izabela Kłosińska, Eytan Pessen, Paola Larini, Katarína Vovkova, Helena Łazarska, Teresa Żylis-Gara and EwaPodleś. As a young singer, she constantly develops her skill and extends her repertoire. She had the opportunity to tour Benelux, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, and the USA.