The Polish soprano, Grażyna Flicińska-Panfil, graduated from the Poznań Academy of Music, where she studied first with Professor Stefan Stuligrosz and then with Professor Bożena Karłowska. She mastered her skills at many interpretation courses and master-classes in Poland and abroad (for example with Adela Stolte).
Grażyna Flicińska-Panfil specialises in cantata and oratorio music. In her first year of studies she made a debut in George Frideric Handel's oratorio Acis and Galatea led by Stefan Stuligrosz. She co-operates with symphonic and early music ensembles. She has participated in festivals, for example at the Boys' Choir Festival in Nantes, Wratislavia Cantas, Festival in Łańcut, in Kamień Pomorski and many others.
Grażyna Flicińska-Panfil has made many radio, television and CD recordings (including G.F. Handel's Messiah, J.S. Bach's cantata and S. Moniuszko's sacral music).
After graduation, she started working at the Faculty of Music Education in her homeland. Currently she works at the Vocal Faculty.