Graduate of the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music – Department of Instrumental and Pedagogy, Artistic Education and Vocal Studies in Białystok, completing a degree in Instrumental Studies in the class of flute supervised by Krystyna Gołaszewska and Vocal Studies in the class of solo singing headed by Cezary Szyfman and Olga Pasiecznik. Both degrees with honours. She participated in numerous music courses perfecting her skill in playing the flute and singing.
As recipient of scholarship from Russian Federation’s Ministry of Culture, the artist took part in International “Orthodox Music Festival” in Saint Petersburg. Aleksandra Pawluczuk regularly collaborates with Ensemble QuattroVoce, Diletto and Il Tempo. With Enseble QuattroVoce she recorded CDs with Othodox Church music by Maksym Berezovsky (Liturgy of Communion Verses, the sacred works of the 18th century) as well as Eastern Slavic and Latin carols (Orthodox Christmas – Oh! What a Wonder!, Dominus natus est and In Natali Domini).
In 2017, Aleksandra Pawluczuk was awarded with honourable mention at the 14th National Moniuszko Competition “The Aria and and the Song of Evening” in Białystok. In 2019, she performed Volpino in Joseph Haydn’s Lo speziale. Since 2021, she has been professionally engaged with the Warsw Philharmonic Choir.