Composer, born in 1993 in Warsaw. Graduate of Prof. Paweł Łukaszewski's composing class at the Frederic Chopin University of Music in Warsaw, PhD student at the Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice, in the class of Prof. Eugeniusz Knapik; she also studied art history at the University of Warsaw. Chairwoman of the Young Composers' Club of the Polish Composers' Union, member of the ZAiKS Polish Society of Authors and Composers, composer-in-residence of the Feliks Nowowiejski Music Salon.
Her music is characterised by poignant emotionality, expressive melodies and a tendency to go into programme music. She was appreciated for her chamber, choral and orchestral works, both in Poland and abroad, including in countries such as Ukraine, Slovenia, Germany, the United States, Austria, Hungary and India. She worked with numerous ensembles, including the Slovenian Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, Lviv Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, Leopoldinum Orchestra, Muzyka Nowa Orchestra, Silesian Philharmonic Orchestra, National Forum of Music Choir, Polish Chamber Choir, Poznań Chamber Choir, Academic Choir of Warsaw University of Technology, Polish National Youth Choir. Her works brought her numerous awards, including the first prize in the Transatlantyk International Instant Composition Contest, the first prize in the Andrzej Koszewski International Composition Competition, the first award in the Patri Patriae International Composition Competition and the second prize in the Musica Sacra Nova International Composition Competition.
Aleksandra Chmielewska is also a writer. 2014 saw the release of her debut novel Uczeń Czarnoksiężnika, and in 2015, her script for the radio play Tam, gdzie mieszka cisza was awarded the first prize in the radio plays for children and teenagers category at the Two Theatres Festival.