Jagoda Krzeminska was born in 1996 in Kluczbork, Poland. She started playing the flute with Karina Kandzia-Maniak.
In 2014/2015 she was a student of Pierre Yves Artaud at Ecole Normale de Musique Alfred Cortot in Paris.
Jagoda has won many awards at both national and international competitions in locations such as Belgrade, Paris, Svirel, Padua, London, Warsaw. She was the winner of the Polish edition of Eurovision Young Musicians and won 4th place in the international final in Vienna. As winner of the American Protege International Competition in 2013 she has performed at Carnegie Hall in New York.
Jagoda has been the recipient of scholarships from the National Children's Fund, the Polish Ministry of Culture and the ’Mloda Polska’ scholarship programme.
She has participated in wide range of courses and masterclasses, including with James Galway, Philippe Bernold, Dejan Gavric, Luke Dlugosz, Elizabeth Woleńsiej.
Performing in many venues in Poland and abroad (Slovakia, Hungary, France, Germany, Italy and England) Jagoda has been a soloist with numerous orchestras under the baton of Agnieszka Duczmal, Lukasz Borowicz, Cornelius Meister.
Currently Jagoda is a scholar at the Royal Academy of Music in London, where she is studying flute under William Bennett.