has been a member of Teatr ZAR since 2004. Involved in the creation of the performances Gospels of Childhood, Caesarean Section, Anhelli: The Calling, and Armine, Sister. She earned an MA in Russian philology from the University of Wrocław, graduated in film and television production studies (Warsaw) and from a post-graduate school for audio-visual producers. She has authored or co-authored music for films and several theatre productions in Poland and the US. Aleksandra has created the music studio Foxterrier Production. She works with Georgian polyphonic singing – both during field expeditions and as part of her own research. Together with Tomasz Wierzbowski and Krzysztof Paździora, she runs an in-depth project with Georgian musical material, initiated by a work session with Malkhaz Erkvanidze in June 2014. Within her main field of interest there is also the music of orthodox Christianity, which she encountered in Lviv, Saint Petersburg and Supraśl. She shares the effects of her work during workshops. Aleksandra plays the cello and practices yoga. With the project Armine, Sister she has broadened her experience with Persian and Armenian modal music.