Agnieszka Skorupa specialises in performing early music on historical instruments. She is a lecturer at the Academy of Music in Poznań and has collaborated with the Academy of Music in Katowice and the Academy of Art in Szczecin as an accompanist. Vice-president of the „Muzyka otwarta” Foundation.
She performs on piano, harpsichord, historical pianos, and celesta. She has given concerts with, among others, the New Century Chamber Orchestra & Daniel Hope, the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin at the Berlin Philharmonie, the Poznań Philharmonic Orchestra, at the International Handel Festival in Göttingen, and at the Utrecht Early Music Festival.
She is the recipient of numerous awards at international music competitions and festivals. In 2023, she and her early music ensembles won first prize at the International Händel Competition in Göttingen (Duo Agion), the Biagio Marini Competition in Neuburg upon Danube (Daimona Ensemble), and the Competition for Early Music Ensembles at the UdK in Berlin (The Late Train).
For her artistic activity she has been awarded the Prize of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage (Poland) and twice the scholarship of the Minister of Science and Higher Education (Poland) and the scholarship of the Paul-Hindemith-Gesellschaft in Berlin. Currently, she is a fellow at the Pianomuseum Haus Eller, where she has received a clavichord for the artistic season 2023/2024.
She studied at the University of the Arts in Berlin (Avinoam Shalev, Lucas Blondeel), as well as at the Music Academies in Poznań and Katowice (Katarzyna Drogosz).