Budzyńska Agata

Agata Budzyńska (*10/02/1964 Lubartów – † 22/09/1996) tragically died Polish poet, composer and singer, leaving behind a rich collection of songs, poems and works. Unique, deep lyrics and music introduce listeners to a lyrical, atmospheric, original and unique world. A world that touches eternal values ​​such as love, friendship, truth, happiness, freedom, home and faith. A world in which everyday life, an event, a moment, intertwine with metaphysical elements. Her works are sung poetry, poetry of imagination and life.

In her work, she also referred to great figures of Polish culture, including: Fryderyk Chopin, Jan Kochanowski, Julian Tuwim, Czesław Miłosz. She drew inspiration and composed music to texts by poets such as Krzysztof Kamil Baczyński, Edward Stachura, Halina Poświatowska, Adam Asnyk, Garcia Lorca, and Fr. Jan Twardowski.

She left behind songs that are still played and sung today. It is worth protecting them from oblivion, despite current fashions, temporary tendencies and passing cultural trends.