Klaudia Baca began her musical education at the age of 12. She completed with distinction the Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice, where she
is currently a doctoral student in the class of dr hab. Jan Kotula. Klaudia Baca
is also currently a student of “master in soloist music performance” in the Lugano Academy of Music in Switzerland, in the class of Enrico Fagone.
As a soloist she performed with the accompaniment of the Silesian Philharmonic, Rzeszów Philharmonic, Lugano Chamber Ensemble. As a soloist, the chamber musician took part is many prestigious musical festivals,
such as Schleswig Music Festival, Al Bustan Festival, III International Music Festival Emanacje, Zauber see festival in Luzern, International Music Festival
in Weimar, Festival Violinarium in Katowice, International Festival
of International Competition Laureates organized by IPiUM Silesia, XXXI Festival Przemyśl Musical Autumn. She is a laureate of Polish and international musical competitions, including: International Competition Linu Dipatti in Rome, Rahn Kulturprize Stiftungen in Zurich, L. Janacek International Music Competition
in Brno, Premio Enrica Cremonesi per Giovani Talenti in Milan, IV Polish National Tournament of Cello and Double Bass, F. Simandel International Double Bass Competition. She has received scholarships of Młoda Polska (Young Poland) programme, Swiss Government Excellence Scholarship, Stiftung Pro Libertas et Humanitas, and the Minister of Cultural and National Heritage. Since 2013 she has cooperated with the violin player Donata Mżyk, as a duo performing pieces for violin and double bass.