is an outstanding vocalist, pianist and composer. She is widely acknowledged as one of the most intriguing Polish voices. She graduated from the Jazz Department at the Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice where she is currently a member of the faculty.
Beata won first place at The 29th International Meeting of Jazz Vocalists in Zamość. During her long and fruitful career, she has released the following albums: ”You Don’t Know What Love Is” (2003), ”The Island” (2004), ”Wonderland” (2006) which is distributed in Poland and Japan, and the latest ”I’m Gonna Rock You” (2012).
The artist joined forces with such prominent members of Polish jazz stage as Jan Ptaszyn Wróblewski, Janusz Muniak, Jarosław Śmietana, Piotr Wojtasik, Bernard Maseli, Wojciech Karolak, and Jazz Band Ball Orchestra.
She took active part in the Kalinowe Serce Charity’s project – „Singing Jazz” featuring Marianna Wróblewska and Maciej Zakościelny.
As far as Beata’s performances are concerned, she played a crucial role during numerous domestic and international jazz festivals: Jazz Jamboree, Bielska Zadymka Jazzowa, Summer Jazz Festival at Piwnica pod Baranami, International Głogów Jazz Meetings, Pomorska Jesień Jazzowa, Easy Jazz Festival, Jazz Sessions in Gliwice, Jazz Forum Jazz Festival, Jazz w Lesie in Sulenczyn, Baszta Jazz Festival, Podlasie Jazz Festival, Świdnickie Noce Jazzowe, Jazz na Kanapie in Oleśnica, Zakopiańska Wiosna Jazzowa, Legnica Jazz Days, Jazz En Nord Jazz Festival - France, Sibiu Jazz Festival , Ploiesti Hot Jazz Summit – Romania, International Jazz Piestany – Slovakia etc. Beata is internationally recognized and fervently applauded by audiences in Poland as well as in Austria, Belgium, Sweden, Germany, France, Romania, and Slovakia.
“Sensation. In my humble opinion, Poland has not had a jazz vocalist singing so distinctly and expressively since Urszula Dudziak. Morover, the style and timbre of voice Beata presents being so characteristic for black vocalists, distinguish her from other Polish jazz singers.”
Andrzej Chojnacki, „Od Przybytek głowa nie boli...”, „Jazz Forum”
“Someone said the more Przybytek the better. It is not enough- you can really fall in love with Beata Przybytek’s voice.(…)Warm,sometimes a little hoarse,once naturally clear, white, some other time giving the impression of stylish-black. However, never mannered! This is her voice in short. But even this seems to be not enough…because Beata Przybytek should not be read about, she must be heard. Extraordinary voice must touch us and go deep inside.(…)Beata Przybytek is a mature and fulfilled artist.”
Tomasz Jakub Handzlik, „Gazeta Wyborcza”