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'Magdalena's voice is simply beautiful: Toni Amos meets Joni Mitchell. Her range is fantastic, her love for performing live shines out.' *

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Magdalena's radio hosts are always generous to share how they enjoy her music.

'Magdalena performs her music with an infectious enthusiasm, reaching out to her audience and touching their hearts with songs of meaning and depth. Her voice and choice of instruments is quite compelling.'  Brian Player, Wey Valley Radio

'Magdalena's songs ebb and flow through the core of the spiritual heart bringing s healing to the unrested mind and quells the vexatious spirits that knock on my door.' Steve Lee Glastonbury 107.1 FM Presenter of 'The Drive-Thru'

'I had the pleasure of Magdalena in the studio for my programme on Abbey 104. Magdalena’s singing and playing was extraordinary, her voice has a fantastic quality, in all areas of her own songs. As we shook hands I knew it was going to be an absolute pleasure! And it just got better and better!' Sandy Lehman, presenter, Abbey 104 Monday nights 6-8pm

* Review in the page title is from Sheila Vanloo, presenter/manager of Radio St. Austell Bay

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'Her tunes and the way she performs are compelling - great music and lyrics obviously pouring straight from her heart!' *


In the recent years, Magdalena has been invited to many radio stations across South West of England and in her birth city Poznań, Poland. Her hosts were always very welcoming and supportive connecting her with local communities. She performed live at:

  • Glastonbury FM on Drive Through with Steve Lee

  • Abbey 104 with Sandy Lehman

  • Source FM with Simon Neild

  • St.Austell Bay with Sheila Vanloo

  • Exmouth Radio with Nigel Tant

  • KLM radio with Nick Thomas

  • BBC Somerset

  • Radio Poznań & TV Poznań

Dorset Echo has supported Magdalena's work by publishing articles on her album releases and Music Therapy & Drumming sessions in their monthly magazines.

* Review in the title is from Simon Neild, Producer/Presenter of Source FM

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