Agnieszka Lis studied opera singing at the Conservatory of Frederick Chopin in Warsaw and the Academy of Music in Bydgoszcz (Poland) studying with Professor Hanna Rejmer. In 1997-2001 Agnieszka continued her singing study at the University Mozarteum Salzburg (Austria), first with Professor Janusz Niziolek and then in the class of Professor Gudrun Volkert. Agnieszka mastered song and oratorio under Professor Hartmut Holl, Mitzuko Shirai and Professor Anton Spiri. She took an active part in masterclasses with Gerhard Kahry, Christian Elsner and Grace Bumbry. Agnieszka is a winner of the Stiftung Mozarteum Agnes Jacobi Prize.

Agnieszka’s artistic achievements include numerous evening concerts and solo performances in masses and oratorios, among others with the Pomeranian Philharmonic in Bydgoszcz (Poland), in Manheim (Germany), and in Salzburg (Austria). She sang in the Passion of John, Magnificent, Messiah by George Frederick Handel, the Coronation Mass, the Mass in C minor, the Requiem by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, a number of cantatas by Johann Sebastian Bach, and the Matthew Passion by J.S. Bach with conductor Gustav Kuhn. She has also performed in a number of concerts devoted to the music by Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, Felix Mendelssohn, and Giacomo Rossini.

Agnieszka took part in numerous opera productions including Dido and Aeneas, Coronation of Poppea, Così fan tutte, The Marriage of Figaro, and The Magic Flute. Agnieszka performed in The Barber of Seville at the Chiemgau Festival in Germany, and in Jacob Lenz at the Salzburg Festival. Agnieszka was touring with the Compagnia Italiana di Milano d'Opera performing in Rigoletto, and with the Sound of Austria agency singing in Hansel and Gretel.

In 2003-2006 Agnieszka performed solo at the Operetta Festival in Bad Ischl (Austria). Since 2007 she collaborates on a regular basis with the conductor Gustav Kuhn on numerous projects and concerts. Agnieszka is permanently affiliated with the Sound of Austria agency.

As of 2011 Agnieszka is permanently employed at the University Mozarteum Salzburg as assistant director in the Department of Music and Theatre.