Marta Sikora was born in Poland in 1994, and began playing violin at the age of 7. She gave her first overseas performance in 2009, playing two recitals in Bad Rothenfelde and Osnabrueck, Germany. She finished the School for Talented Youth in Poznan as a student of Bartosz Bryla, receiving the highest grade on her final recital. During her secondary school education, Marta took part in the masterclasses with Yair and Eyal Kless, Wanda Wilkomirska, Reiko Otani or Bartek Niziol. She was recipient of scholarships from the Rotary Club and from the Polish National Foundation for Talented Youth. In 2013 she moved to Israel to study with Eyal Kless in the Adler-Buchmann International Program for Outstanding Foreign Students at the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music.
Marta has been successful in both national and international competitions, such as National Polish Violin Forum (Kielce 2010), National Polish Bach Competition (Zielona Góra 2011), or International Violin Competition “Talents for Europe” (Kubin, Slovakia 2004 and 2009). She was also the finalist of the Georg Phillipp Telemann International Violin Competition in Poznan in 2009 and 2010, the winner of Jozef Muzika International Violin Competition in Nova Paka, Czech Republic in 2012. In 2014 she won the annual violin competition held by Buchmann-Mehta School of Music and in result, performed two concerts as a soloist with the Buchmann-Mehta School Symphony Orchestra and Yoav Talmi as a conductor.
Marta is playing on a contemporary Polish instrument, crafted by Bogumiła and Marek Olma.