Oriana Wojciechowska was born in Gdańsk (Poland) in 2008. She has been playing violin since she was 6. She studies violin with prof. Malgorzata Skorupa in General Education Music School in Gdansk. From her big stage debut in 2019 she performs regularly as a soloist, chamber musician, and orchestra member. She has been invited to perform with solo recital in: Carnegie Hall (New York, US), Concertgebouw (Amsterdam, Netherlands), Mozarteum (Salzburg, Austria), Tribute Communities Recital Hall (Toronto, Canada), Lancut Castle (Poland), as well as in Wien (Autria), Graz (Austria), Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Los Angeles (USA), and Athens (Greece). She attended many master class violin courses with internationally acclaimed violinists: Karen Aroutiounian (Belgium), Janusz Wawrowski (Poland), Agata Szymczewska (Poland), Germana Porcu (Italy), Piotr Tarcholik (Poland), Wieslaw Kwasny (Poland), Krystyna Jurecka (Poland), Agnieszka Marucha (Poland, Austria), Walentyna Jakubowska (Russia), Dorota Sosnowska (Switzerland), Dariusz Smolarski (Poland), Beata Halska Le-Monnier (France, Poland). She has cooperated with conductors: Dawid Jarząb (Poland), Maksym Dondalski (Poland), and Massimiliano Caldi (Italy). She is scholar of Mayor of Gdansk, scholar of Career Project program in Lugano, Switzerland, and also she is laureate of about forty international violin competitions in, e.g.: US, Canada, UK, Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Hungary, Poland, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Belgium, Japan, Sweden, Greece and Italy.