She is a Gregorian chant specialist, lecturer and director of the Institute of Sacred Music at the Pontifical John Paul II University in Krakow. After obtaining diplomas in organ and pedagogy, Ferfoglia obtained a doctorate in philosophy at the Università Jagellonica and habilitated in organ and Gregorian chant at the Academy of Music in Krakow. In 2019, she received a Master of Advanced Studies in Gregorian Chant from the University of Music of Italian-speaking Switzerland in Lugano.

Susi Ferfoglia is the founder and director (since 2016) of the postgraduate course in Liturgical Monophonic Singing at her university; she is also the founder of the women’s ensemble Flores Rosarum, which specialized in the works of Hildegard of Bingen and Polish monophony in 2007. In addition to her concert activities, she also focuses on Gregorian chant in semiological performance practice in liturgical settings. Ferfoglia is also the director of the women’s schola Monodia Caelestis and the Schola Gregoriana of the Pontifical University John Paul II. She was awarded the Golden Cross by the President of the Republic of Poland for her services to the dissemination of Polish musical culture and for her achievements in the artistic and scientific fields.