Nichola Bojczuk

Nichola Bojczuk is a poet, choral singer and compère who has been with Camenae de Cymru since its perception.


Nichola was born in Kent to a Ukrainian father, and her mother was English with some Welsh and Huguenot ancestry. Nichola attended school in Italy, where she sang in the school choir, which performed sacred music on Vatican Radio and churches in and around Rome. In her later years, she took up learning the piano and oboe and has sung in small concerts with Opera in Situ and Opera Mint Wales. These include Purcell’s Fairy Queen and Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin.

Nichola has also been a member of the Canton Chorus in Cardiff for over ten years. This has covered a wide repertoire of oratorio works, such as Mozart’s Requiem, Dvorak’s Stabat Mater, and Puccini’s Messa di Gloria, to name just a tiny handful of performances. Nichola has also performed with Swansea Opera in their Lakme, The Barber of Seville, and Così fan Tutte productions. 


Nichola enjoys poetry and has written some poems, which she includes in Camenae de Cymru events. She also recites some of her favourite poems between the music and performs as the compère. For some years, she was a member of Cardiff Little Theatre; she played several roles in their productions, immensely enjoying her parts in plays by Shakespeare.

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