ZoSia was born and raised in Poland. Although she has never had formal music lessons, she obtained her first level of music while attending primary school...Between the ages six and thirteen, ZoSia learned the basics of percussion, piano and she also sang in the school choir mandatory. It was during these years she studied classical music, and this gave her a solid foundation to expand her music abilities. In high school, the opportunity to study music was gone, so she continued to practice and learn on her own. She started to compose lyrics and music when she was only fourteen. At this time, she was also singing in a band that played mainly jazz and boss nova songs. She was now getting paid to perform in front of audiences for the first time ever. This was the beginning of her musical career.
When ZoSia was around sixteen or seventeen, she concentrated more on her piano skills and began to play pop and rock music. A couple years later, at the age of nineteen, ZoSia joined a new band where she met Tomek, the drummer, who would be her future husband. They began to compose music together, as well as perform. Eventually they moved to Denmark to promote Zosia's career and they lived there with their three daughters for five years. Then, they returned to Poland, their home country, and now enjoy time with family and friends while pursuing new endeavors.
It was on MySpace that Zosia's music came to the attention of Jason Scheff, who is the lead tenor and bass player for the famous American band "Chicago".
While touring Europe in 2008 the band met with ZoSia and Tomek. Robert Lamm (founding member of Chicago) and Jason Scheff decided to help and became Executive Producers for her first CD that was titled "SING". It was released and has quickly grown in popularity in many countries around the world. "SING" is available on iTunes, Amazon.com and many other online retailers. To purchase S.I.N.G. at CD Baby click: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/zosia
In 2009-2011, ZoSia appeared several times in TV shows and huge musical events such as the Polish National Song Festival and the Eurovision Song Contest. She works in her home recording studio "THE LAB" where she creates new ideas. This helped her in her collaboration with Robert Lamm on his solo CD called "Living Proof". Zosia co-wrote and sang on three of the 10 songs on the album: "Liquid Sky", "Those Crazy Things" and "Arise." To buy "Living Proof" please visit: http://robertlammsolo.com
All Three of her co-writes "Those Crazy Things" (duet with Lamm), "Liquid Sky" (solo performance), and more recently "Arise" (featuring Lamm on Lead Vocals) have risen to the top of the chart on Polish State Radio (Radio Koszalin) thanks to the votes and help of all her friends and fans.
On June 6th 2012 she was asked to perform a concert at Radio Koszalin where she would perform "Arise" (along with covers of such songs as "Rollin In The Deep" and "Rehab) as part of her show. George Grunwald was a special guest performer. She still maintains an active touring schedule in Denmark, and is currently working on creating a new CD while she and her husband are busy raising their 3 children and 2 dogs. They have also taken on a Charity Project teaching many teens in Poland the basics of marching band drumming. The Project is Heartbeat Drum Corps spear headed by husband Tomek.