Ewa Bielecka is a graduate of the Lidia Nartowska Ballet Center and the Fryderyk Chopin Music School in Jarosław, Poland.
Ewa Bielecka developed her choreographic talent under the supervision of many excellent choreographers and a folk dance teachers: Lidia Nartowska, Edward Wawrzyniak, Alicja Haszczak, Lucyna Wyczawska and Celina Rożnowska.
After arriving in Canada, Ewa Bielecka continued her émigré artistic work as a choreographer and director of the SPK ISKRY Winnipeg Team, the White Eagle Team, and the Children and Youth Fantasia Band.
Since 1993, Ewa Bielecka has been cooperating with the World Festival of Polish Diaspora in Rzeszów, preparing groups of young Canadians students to study Polish folklore.
Ewa Bielecka had the opportunity to work as an artistic consultant with the Polonia and Lechici groups from Chicago in the USA, and with the Polonia Group from Regina in Canada.
The next stage of her artistic cooperation were performances with the Sokół Ensamble in Winnipeg and work with the Artistic Director of the Ensemble Tadeusz Biernacki and the accompanist Mirosław Szarek.
Ewa Bielecka is the author of many musical and theatrical performances presented live on stages in Winnipeg. Among others, many years of FOLKLORAMA programs.
Ewa Bielecka is an editor and a publisher of the 'Bawmy się' - children's magazine and the author of 'My Memories - Motherland Country' . Ewa Bielecka, joined the dynamic group of Polish dancers and artists in Calgary in 2017 after her husband's unexpected death, with the intention of passing Polish folk culture to the next generation of Polonia in North America.