The Polish soprano, Danuta Dulska, attended the Music Gymnasium in Gdańsk, then completed her studies at the State Music Academy in Gdańsk in the subjects piano, solo singing and acting. She passed successfully the concert solo singing exam at the Hochschule für Musik in Dresden in the class of Christian Elsner. She had further studies with Adele Stolte (Potsdam), André Orlowitz (Copenhagen), Neil Semer (New York) and Helmut Kretschmar (Detmold), among others.
From 1990 to 1995 Danuta Dulska worked as a lecturer for Lieder accompaniment, and later singing at the Music Academy in Gdańsk. Subsequently, she was from 1996 to 1999 an ensemble member at the Staatsoper in Hamburg.
Since 1989, Danuta Dulska appears as a concert and oratorio singer. Concerts, radio recordings and live broadcasts have led her to Germany, Poland, Holland, Finland, Sweden, France, Russia, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. With the Göttingen Kantorei, she was a guest on several occasions, for example, in 2005 L.v. Beethoven's Missa Solemnis, 2006 in Krysztof Penderecki's Credo and 2008 in Mozart's Requiem.
Danuta Dulska is a lecturer at various singing schools (Braunschweiger Dom, St. Aegidien Braunschweig). She teaches, inter alia, at the Städtischen Musikschule and the subject of singing and piano at the Musischen Akademie in Braunschweig.