Marta Kordykiewicz was born in 1990 in Warsaw and begun playing the cello at the age of seven. She graduated with honors from Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw, where she was working with prof. Tomasz Strahl and Rafał Kwiatkowski. She continued her education at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna by prof. Reinhard Latzko.
2016-2018 she took part in the Orchestra Academy project of the ORF-Radio Symphony Orchestra in Vienna. After that she was a co-leader of the cello group of the Grazer Philharmoniker/Oper Graz. 2017-2019 she was also an assistant-teacher in the class of prof. Stefan Kropfitsch at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna. 2021 she joined the Vienna RSO again, this time as a permanent member. Since 2018 she has also been a member of Trio Frizzante, which she regularly performs with in Austria and abroad.
She is a prize-winner of several major competitions in Poland, she also received multiple awards and scholarships i.a. of Polish Minister of Culture and Art. She was invited to take part in the "New Masters on Tour 2018" with solo concerts in Het Concertgebouw in Amsterdam and National Philharmony in Bratislava.
She took part in many music festivals i.a. in Austria, Poland, Germany, Holland, Belgium, Hungary, Ukraine, Italy and Greece. As a soloist she performed with some major polish orchestras, such as Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra and Sinfonia Varsovia. She participated in many masterclasses, during which she had a chance to work with outstanding artists, such as Arto Noras, Valentin Erben, David Geringas, Apollon-Musagète Quartet. She regularly performs with Ensemble Kontrapunkte in Musikverein in Vienna.