Mirosława Cieślak comes from Upper Silesia, Poland. She graduated from the Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice, Poland with a double major in Organ Performance and Music Theory. As a scholar of the ERASMUS scholarship she studied at the Music University in Hamburg, Germany. She holds a master‘s degree from the Conservatorium van Amsterdam, The Netherlands. She studied Historical Keyboard Instruments and Sacred Music at the University of Music FRANZ LISZT, Germany. She plays concerts in her homeland, in Germany where she currently lives, and abroad (Europe, USA, Canada). Highlights of these performances being: the Mosel Musikfestival, the Nieuwe Kerk Lunchconcerten in Amsterdam, the Kaasmarktconcerten in Alkmaar, the Bach Biennale Festival Weimar, Boston Bach Birthday, Orgel punkt Zwölf in Naumburg, Orgelklang 12 and Merseburger Orgeltage in the Cathedral of Merseburg, and Thüringer Orgelsommer. In 2015, Mira was a scholar of the Graduate Scholarship Program, which supported the recording of her rst Solo CD, „Ein Zusammentreffen der Traditionen„ („A Merging of Traditions„). This marvelous work presents European music from the 18th century mainly from a Polish manuscript and is performed on the organ, harpsichord and clavichord. Her second solo CD „Die Rühmann-Orgel in der Querfuter Stadtkirche und Musik aus ihrer Zeit“ („The Rühlmann’s Organ in the City Church of Querfut and the Music of Its Time“) was recorded in 2020. It presents romantic organ music from the area of Middle Germany. She won awards at international competitions in Slovenia, Greece, Finnland, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Great Britain, Italy. She worked in the concert hall Het Orgelpark in Amsterdam. She served as the Music Director of St. Joseph Basilica in Webster, MA. In Spring 2017, she worked as the Assistant Organist of the City Church of Naumburg on the historical Hildebrandt Organ. 2018-2022 Mirosława was serving as the Cantor of Querfurt, Germany and the Regional Cantor of the Merseburg District. Since October 2022 she has been working for the Roman Catholic church in Neuss, Germany. She is also the harpsichordist of the ensemble Camerata Temporalis who specializes in early and contemporary music. Moreover, Mira has written many choir arrangements of popular and sacred songs. She also enjoys doing mission work with The Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod.