Bozena was educated at the Danish Royal Conservatory of Music in Copenhagen under the supervision of Lars Trier. In 1998-2000, she received several scholarships including Scholarship Foundation of Queen Margaret and Prince Henry to study in Berlin, where she worked with Marco Socias.

As a 14 years old for the first time she took part in the National Guitar Competition in Strzelce Krajenskie, where as a 16 years old she won the grand prize.

Bozena participated in master classes with such guitar virtuosos like Julian Bream, John Mills, Hopkison Smith, Luis Zea, Hubert Kappel, Costas Cotsiolis and Roland Dyens.

Bozena now lives in Denmark and is a popular guitar soloist. He plays solo and with orchestras both in Denmark and abroad. As a chamber musician, she works with string and horns instrumentalists, as well as singers.

Her repertoire is very broad one and includes music for the solo guitar,  guitar concerts with orchestra and chamber music pieces by Bach, J. Dowland, Vivaldi, Giuliani, Sora, Albeniz and Tarregi and new composers such as Astor Piazzolla, Louis Glass and Leo Brouwer .

Bozena is also a highly regarded teacher and devotes part of his time to teaching in Denmark. She is a qualified teacher of music and has extensive experience with students at all levels.  

Bozena worked with cellist Johan Krarup and violinist Anton Lasin and flute player Sergey Tikhonov. She also worked with Hans Nygaard, a solo cellist from the Berlin Philharmonic and a former member of the Contra Quartet.

In December, 2000 Bozena Wetchacz appeared live on TV Polonia in the Concerto A-dur by Antonio Vivaldi as a soloist with the Festival Københavns Orkester conducted by Sørena Johannsen, with whom she has enjoyed an excellent long time cooperation.