Kinga Malec (born in 1988, Warsaw, Poland) is a Polish dancer of Indian dances as well as artistic director of IPCC (Indo-Polish Cultural Committee). She comes from a music and art lover family. Her older sister Magdalena Malec is an award winning performer of Renaissance and Baroque music specialized on harpsichord and organ. Her younger brother Piotr Anand Malec is a tabla player. From an early age she was fascinated by Indian dances and culture. She developed her dance abilities among other teachers by Mrs Montse Gras by training figure-skating and classical western ballet dance. One of her first successes include the first prize at the International Free Skating Competition in Spain in 1998. Along with ice skating, since the age of six she has been performing also traditional Polish folk and national dances with the ensemble Varsovia. During twelve years of her membership in Varsovia she has toured in Poland, France, Macedonia, Russia, Croatia and Italy.