Olga Czerwinski concluded her Master´s degree with honours at the University for Music and Performing Arts Graz (Austria) under Mrs. KS. J. Borowska – Isser.

The lyrical soprano made his debut at the Bavarian Summer Festival in 2011 as Zerlina ("Don Giovanni") and has since sung in numerous theatres and international opera festivals, including the Staatstheater Oradea (Romania), the Bayreuth Festival (Germany), the Musiktheater T.i.P. in Graz, Bühne Baden (Austria) and the Teatro Ristori/Verona (Italy). The young singer has also performed roles such as Micaela ("Carmen"), Lauretta ("Gianni Schicchi"), Susanna ("Le Nozze di Figaro"), Gretel ("Hänsel und Gretel") and Belinda ("Dido & Aeneas"). Moreover, the versatile artist sang the jazz mass of D. Brubeck "To Hope", which was accompanied by the Hungarian Symphony Orchestra Szombathely.

Further studies - including at the American Institute of Musical Studies - led her to collaborations with successful opera singers such as M. Lilowa, S. Saavedra- Edelmann, P. Svensson, B. Nikolov, G. Pisarenko, and A. Garanca. Olga Czerwinski won several international singing competitions, such as the 1st prize for operetta at the Alpe Adria competition in Italy.
Olga Czerwinski annually performs over 100 concerts with various well-known orchestras in renowned Viennese concert halls, as well as solo performances worldwide. Furthermore, she took part in various radio and CD recordings.