Misia Furtak

Misia Furtak is an awarded musician, cultural manager and activist. Together with the band Très.B, she has been awarded the prestigious Paszport Polityki for “a skilful combination of strength and delicacy that is both independent and hit”. Her professional path fulfils this prophetic verdict, as Misia combines working with the indie music, jazz, modern classical and Polish rap giants. In 2022, Furtak was selected to Keychange – a pioneering organisation supporting women and gender minorities in the music industry. She continues her work on diversity and inclusion in the sector, runs capacity building for artists and is a member of European Music Business Task Force, a think tank, which explores ways to boost the EU music market. She also led the Polish chapter of Music Declares Emergency. She has played in Europe and Japan, alongside The National, Arlo Parks, TV On The Radio, and many others.