"... Her unpolished, raw vocals have a disarming way of stripping a song down to its bare essentials, an approach that teases a uniquely terse beauty out of her music."
--Downbeat Magazine

"... Soft and sung with utter nakedness, bereft of ceremony and circumstance so much so that the sheer emotion of each word she sings is enough to take the breath away."
--All About Jazz

"....Tranquil in its corner place but simmering with love and hope in due time. She's made her statement here with the heart leading, the head following only to an extent, inspired by this great group of progressive musicians."

"Pure," "wistful," "inviting"... This is how All About Jazz New York describes the sound of this self-taught vocalist. Her most recent project, John O'Gallagher's "Music of Anton Webern," is being hailed as "courageous stuff and easily the most innovative album of the year." (JazzWax)

A native of Poland, Margret began singing in the Texas jazz scene, co-leading the group Com Você with saxophonist Stan Killian. The name means “with you" and, as Cadence magazine writes, “Com Você is with us from start to finish as they pursue dreamy landscapes and fill each one with rhythms that sashay eloquently." In 2005 the group released "Candeias" on the French label Nocturne Records. After moving to New York, Margret released her first solo CD on Sunnyside Records in 2010, featuring Ben Monder, Scott Colley, and Antonio Sanchez. The repertoire ventures into Polish poetic song, Brazilian classics, and lush, open perspectives on pop. Peter Westbrook writes in jazzreview.com: “Overall it is remarkable how these seemingly diverse elements fit together…. It all works, as the singer bends each piece to her unique styling, hands it off to the various soloists, and then reclaims it for a final rendering…." Downbeat Magazine describes her voice as "gossamer" and her performance as "masterful." She has also performed and recorded as a side-musician with composers John O'Gallagher, Vardan Ovsepian, Joshua Davis, and Rich Woodson, and writes lyrics for and sings in the original pop duo project, Sauertooth.