A graduate of the Vocal-Acting and the Composition and Music Theory faculties of the Stanisław Moniuszko Academy of Music in Gdańsk (SMAM). She completed postgraduate studies at the Musikhochschule und Darstellende Kunst in Stuttgart.

Her interest encompass early, Romantic and contemporary music. She has won many prizes, including first prize in the Polish Art Song Competition in Warsaw (1991). She has honed her vocal skills on masterclass courses given by such authorities as Paul Esswood and Helmut Rilling.

She has performed in Europe and the US, in major opera houses and concert halls, including the Berliner Philharmonie, Palais des Beaux-Arts, Teatro la Fenice di Venezia and Teatro dell’Opera di Roma. In Poland, she has performed in nearly all the philharmonic halls and at the Baltic Opera in Gdańsk (Larina in Eugene Onegin, Marfa in Rothschild’s Violin) and the Teatr Wielki – Polish National Opera in Warsaw. She has also been a guest of numerous festivals in Poland and abroad, appearing several times at the Mozartiana festival in Gdańsk.

She has worked with such conductors as Marc Albrecht, Frans Brüggen, Jacek Kaspszyk, Jerzy Maksymiuk, Gabor Ötvös, Stanisław Skrowaczewski, Tadeusz Strugała, George Tchitchinadze and Antoni Wit.

Ewa Marciniec’s ‘warm, dark’ voice, as it has been described, can be heard on Polish Radio archive recordings (works by Polish composers) and on many CDs (Rossini’s Messa di Gloria, Penderecki’s Credo, Seven Gates of Jerusalem, Weinberg’s Symphony No. 8 ‘Polish Flowers’). She teaches solo singing as a professor of the SMAM in Gdańsk.