The singer Grazyna Brodzinska's repertoire includes opera, operetta & musical numbers from around the world. She often performs with leading philharmonic and opera orchestras. She has appeared on numerous television and radio shows, among them Maciej Niesiolowski's popular show Z batuta i humorem (With a dirigent's stick and humor).
Brodzinska is not only well-known in Poland, she has also been invited to perform in front of audiences all over the world, including the United States, Canada, France, Austria, England, Italy, Belgium, Israel, the Netherlands and Australia.
She has performed the part of Eurydyka in J. Offenbach's opera Orpheus in the Underworld, as well as Zerlin in W.A. Mozarts's Don Giovanni, both at Vienna's Kammeroper. At the 'Wielki' Theatre in Warsaw Brodzinska has sung the part of Adele in The Bat and Kathy in M. Kamienski's Misery Made Happy. Every year Brodzinska performs at Jan Kiepura's Festival, where Boguslaw Kaczynski is the artistic director. She cooperates with Musical Theatre of Gliwice singing in operettas and musicals.
During her career Brodzinska has recorded six albums. One of them, Sing, Love, went Gold. Promotional concert for this album was broadcasted by Polish Radio in the evening before Poland joined the European Union in 2004. She has also played leading roles in many leading musicals.
Grazyna Brodzinska is the daughter of singer Irena Brodzinska and musical theatre director Edmund Wayda, and she is married to 'Wspolczesny' Theatre actor Damian Damiecki.