Soprano Miroslawa Sojka Topor born in the Polish Tatra mountain region, she is known among the Polish Community as the top performer of Polish highland music. However, Miroslawa Sojka Topor is much more than that: she has received her Bachelor degree in Vocal Performance from Chicago's Roosevelt University and received her Master’s Degree from DePaul University.
Miroslawa had sung a number of concerts with Paderewski Symphony Orchestra in Chicago but also concerts with Celebrity Symphony Orchestra in Toronto and Ottawa, Canada.
Her other performing experience include many solo recitals. In 2000, she performed in the Peace Concert at the Orchestra Hall at Symphony Center, with exceptional critical acclaim. She also sang the challenging soprano part in Wojciech Kilar's Angelus. In March of 2010 she performed Chopin's songs at the CSO Chopin Gala Concert. The year of 2012 was also filled with number of chamber music recitals in Chicago's churches and concert halls.
In 2013 she was honored to perform the Polish and American anthems for the polish president Komorowski and in November of 2014 for president Barack Obama.
In 2017 Miroslawa was chosen for the soprano part in the US premiere of Poniatowski's Mass in F-dur and also Paderewski Orchestra in CSO production of “Songs of Independence” in October, 2018.