Bohdana Frolyak was born 1968 in Vydyniv village, Sniatyn distinct of Ivano-Frankivs'k oblast' (region), Ukraine. She finished Solomija Krushel'nytska Musical School in L'viv in 1986 and graduated from Mykola Lysenko L'viv State Academy of Music in 1991. In 1998 Bohdana completed post-graduate studies there under prof. Myroslav Skoryk. Since 1991 Bohdana works as a professor at her Alma Mater, now Mykola Lysenko L'viv National Academy of Music.
Bohdana has been awarded with Lewko Revutsky National Award for her's first symphony, Orbis Terrarum (2000); Borys Liatoshyns'kyj National Award for the Clarinet concerto (2006); Mykola Lysenko National Award for hers Symphony No. 2 (2010); and Stanislaw Liudkewych National Award for the Diptych after Shevchenko and chamber works (2011).
Bohdana completed the sholarship of the Ernst von Siemens Musikstiftung Foundation (2001), and the Gaude Polonia scholarship by the Polish Minister of Culture in 2004.
She is a member of International New Music Association.
Bohdana's works have been performed on numerous festivals including:
- Warsaw Autumn in Warsaw, Poland;
- Contrasts in Lviv, Ukraine;
- Kyiv-Music-Fest in Kyiv (Kiev), Ukraine;
- Premieres of the Season in Kyiv, Ukraine;
- Two days and two nights of new music in Odessa, Ukraine;
- Days of Ukrainian music in Warsaw, Poland and Moscow, Russia;
- Days of Ukrainian sacred music in Uzhhorod, Ukraine;
- Days of Music by Kraków Composers in Krakow, Poland;
- Starosądecki Festiwal Muzyki Dawnej in Stary Sącz, Poland;
- Muzyka w Sandomierzu in Sandomierz, Poland;
- At Cultural Crossroads in Krakow and Stary Sącz, Poland;
- MENHIR 2005 music festival falera in Switzerland.