Katarzyna Santi-Sperczyńska – actress, singer, speaker, recurring guest on Polish Television and Radio, recently had an honor to be a part of an internationally transmitted concert commemorating Pope John Paul II, produced by TVP3 Opole, where she performed together with Grammy Award-winning composer Włodek Pawlik and other distinguished Polish artists.
Awardee of Iconic Leader Creating a Better World for All received during the 25th Women Economic Forum (New Delhi, India); Second Prize Winner of a competition organized during an event Life Without Limits that granted her friend’s dad a fully funded prosthesis for his leg. When given the chance, she had an honor to thank by singing in front of a 30 000 audience.
Katarzyna made her big-screen debut in October 2019 during NYC Chalsea Film Festival in the original movie-musical American Dreamin’ starring next to Thea McCarton (Orange Is the New Black), Brian O'Brien (Beauty and the Beast, Chicago).
She performed world-wide in such distinguished venues as Carnegie Hall, in concerts: Celebration of Women (2018) and 200th Anniversary of Stanislaw Moniuszko’s Birthday (2019), Banquet Hall of Hotel Plaza in NYC with her solo Musical Theatre Recital for Annual Kościuszko Foundation Ball, during New York Fashion Week – Latin Fashion Show, Miss Migrante CT and NYC Beauty Pageants. She numerously held the honor of performing National Anthems of Poland and United States on various occasions such as Celebrating 99th and 100th Anniversary of Poland’s Independence at Consulate General of Poland in New York City, The Flag Day at Jersey City Hall, or 80th Pulaski Day Parade in New York City.
Theatre Roles include: Beth (Merrily We Roll Along), Carlotta (Phantom of the Opera), Nettie (Carousel), Louisa von Trapp (The Sound of Music), Olga – german lady (Nine).
Katarzyna ran a seminar during the IVTOM MIX International Seminars on Self-awareness and creating a career; spoke multiple times during the Women's Economic Forum (WEF 2019); also invited to St. Francis Little College of Big Dreams in the USA and schools in Poland, where she inspires young people to believe in their dreams and themselves. In 2019 she lectured at the London StandOut Speakers Academy. Upon an invitation from one of the best Polish public speakers Jakub B. Bączek, she’s thrilled to take place among the mentors of the first edition of the Academy of Good Animators JBB Foundation where lectures will be given among all by renowned Polish social psychologist and author Jacek Santorski, distinguished Polish presenter and author Tomasz Kammel, acclaimed Polish musician, arranger Adam Sztaba.
Ms Santi-Sperczyńska is an alumna of New York Film Academy – Two-Year Professional Conservatory of Musical Theatre and Film, Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music and Silesian University College of Social Science and Foreign Languages.