Bogna Sokorska (born Bogna Kaczmarska on April 6, 1927 in Warsaw and died on May 10, 2002 in the same city) was a Polish opera singer (coloratura soprano). Because of its impressive voice, she was deemed as the "Nightingale of Warsaw."
Her husband was the pianist and composer Jerzy Sokorski (1916-2005).
Biography. Bogna Sokorska studied singing at the Academy of Music in Warsaw with Maria-Dobrowolska Gruszczyńska (1945-1948) and Ada Sari (1949-1954). In 1951, she won the national singing competition… read more
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