Babińska, Natalia

Theatre director, composer, music theorist, scriptwriter, and teacher, she graduated from the violin class of the Karol Szymanowski High School of Music in Warsaw and the Fryderyk Chopin Music Academy in Warsaw (2001, with honours). She is also a graduate of the Directing Department of the Theatre Academy in Warsaw (2006, with honours).

She has directed 30 theatre, music, student, opera, and experimental plays, including Nights of Scheherazade (basen on One Thousand and One Nights tales, Theatre Academy in Warsaw, 2004), Jakub Boryczka's Cell Love (Jan Kochanowski Theatre in Radom, 2006), Weronika Ratusińska-Zamuszko's Rosary, a mysterium dedicated to John Paul II (Evangelical Reformed Church in Warsaw, 2007), Billie Holiday and Lanie Robertson's Lady Day (Teatr Rozrywki in Chorzów, 2008), Farinella & Chopin Inter­ national Project. Wordless Scenes to Chopin's Music (Collegium Nobilium Theatre in Warsaw, 2009), Pergolesi's La serva padrona (Grand Theatre in Poznań, 2010), Moniuszko's "Vilnius" Halka (Grand Theatre - National Opera in Warsaw, 2010), Johann Simon Mayr's Demetrio (Grand Theatre in Poznań, 2012), Mozart's The Magic Flute (Grand Theatre in Poznań, 2012), Moniuszko's Halka (Opera Nova in Bydgoszcz, 2013), Słowacki's drama Balla­ dyna (Polski Theatre in Bielsko-Biała, 2013), Rossini's The Barber of Seville (Grand Theatre in Łódź, 2014), Imre Kálmán's Countess Maritza (Opera in the Castle in Szczecin, 2014), Verdi's Rigoletto (Opera Nova in Bydgoszcz, 2014), Jerzy Kornowicz's The Least Probable Story (Opera in the Castle in Szczecin, 2015), Britten's The Turn of the Screw (Opera in the Castle in Szczecin, 2015).

She has authored music to four theatre plays, TV theatre, and TV series. She has also written ten scripts for the theatre, children's theatre, and lm. She runs artistic workshops and had founded the group.