• 2016 (July), 55° Concorso Internazionale di Canto Corale, Gorizia, Italy:
    • 1st place in baroque category
    • 2nd place in Renaissance category
    • 5th place in the final phase (Grand Prix Seghizzi)
    • an award for the conductor for the programme of  the highest artistic interest
  • 2015 (April) – workshops with a world-famous choir conductor Peter Phillips, the artistic director of The Tallis Scholars
  • 2014 (November) –performance in the I International Saxon Festival in Rydzyna
  • 2014 (August) – participation in the 62nd International Polyphonic Competition in Arezzo
  • 2014 (April) – participation in the prestigious London International A’Cappella Choir Competition as the sole Polish choir’
  • 2012 (November) – the Grand Prix in the 15th Choir Festival in Łódź “Cantio Lodziensis”
  • 2012 (October) – 3rd Prize in the mixed choir category in the International Choir Competition in Rimini, Italy
  • 2011 (July) – Grand Prix of the 46th International Festival of Choral Song in Międzyzdroje in the ‘Musica Sacra’ competition, a Golden Diploma in category ‘A’ (contemporary song competition), and a special prize funded by the Association of Merchants and Entrepreneurs of the Town of Międzyzdroje
  • 2010 (October) – first prize for category ‘A’ choirs at the 22nd International Festival of Religious Music in Rumia, Poland – cash prize and invitation to participate in the 46th International Festival of Choir Song in Międzyzdroje, Poland, in 2011
  • 2009 (July) – participation in the International Choral Competition ‘C.A. Seghizzi’ in Gorizia (Italy), the trip was financed from the funds of Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage
  • 2008 (October) – The 4th International K. Fober Choir Competition “Gaude Cantem” in Bielsko Biala, Poland – 1st place and a golden diploma in the category of mixed choirs, a prize for the most interesting interpretation of a sacred piece, a prize for the most interesting interpretation of a Polish composer’s piece, a prize and a cup of the Chancellor of the Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice for the best conductor of the festival – Magdalena Wdowicka-Mackiewicz
  • 2007 (September) – participation in the International Choir Contest of Flanders, Maasmechelen, Belgium
  • 2006 – participation in the 11th Neuchâtel International Choral Festival, Switzerland
  • 2004 – 1st prize in the category of secular choirs at the all-Polish competition ‘Ars Liturgica’, Toruń, Poland
  • 2003 – 1st prize in the category of secular choirs at the all-Polish contest of Passion song, Bydgoszcz, Poland
  • 2001 – participation in semi-finals of ‘Let the People Sing’ choir competition organised by the BBC Radio
  • 2000 – 2nd prize in chamber choirs category, special prize of the State Polish Radio for ‘the ensemble that has proved the best sound values’ at the 31st all-Polish choir competition ‘Legnica Cantat’, Poland
  • 1998 – 3rd prize in the category of vocal ensembles at the 46th International Polyphonic Competition of Guido d’Arezzo, Italy
  • 1997 – 3rd prize at the 5th International Choir Festival in Oskarshamn, Sweden