London lead to Japan where Beata's unique style began to take shape. During this 10 year period the jazz community began to take notice of the beautiful Polish girl performing around Asia. Playing with the likes of Walter Bishop Jr and the drummer Jimmy Smith her voice another instrument in the mix. More than a vocalist she brought the soul of long-gone singers back to life.
While in Japan besides performing nightly Beata taught violin at the the Yamaha School of Music and continued her recording work with CBS/Sony. She recorded and performed with many of Japan's musicians. It was perhaps highlighted by being chosen as the final act at Tokyo's Fireworks Festival in 1994 playing with Walter Bishop Jr and Oda Yuichiro in front of an audience estimated by the media as 6 million people.
In 1995 Beata moved to the US. Landing in San Francisco with nothing more than her voice and soul she soon became part of the scene playing throughout the San Francisco bay area. During this time she was quite often accompanied by bassist Buca (Bootza) Necak having played together in Japan. The two recorded an album in 1992 in Yokohama with pianist Donny Schwekendiek entitiled "Session" and once again in 1997 with "Once in a Blue Moon". Beata and Oda Yuichiro reunited to record "Blackout" in his New Jersey studio during the east coast blackout of 2003.
Most recently Beata has recorded a new work with Mark Little entitled "Black". On this album they produce a new set of arrangements on classic works with a talented group of musicians. Beata and Mark have just returned from a 10 day tour in Japan promoting the "Black" album.'