Songs and TV Productions

He started composing songs in 1990. Then he colaborated with a pop-rock band called 'Silver Points' as keyboard player, composer and arranger. This adventure lasted more than a year and resulted in two top ten songs of Radio dla Ciebie Chart, a few concerts and most importantly, a number of recordings in Andrzej Puczyński's studio 'Izabelin' and Wróbel's studio 'Malachitowa'.

Such were the beginnings. As a musical arranger and producer, he collaborates today with the leading stars of the Polish music scene including Kayah (on the album Kayah & Royal String Quartet) and Ania Dabrowska (on the album “Wear trousers or a skirt?”.  His song “Who Knows” performed by De Su is one of the most frequently broadcast Polish and, more recently, Hungarian, Christmas songs. His song from the film “The Stand-ins” performed by Kayah and “Tango de amor” from the film “Never Again” have enjoyed significant popularity as well. He has composed hundreds of advertising soundtracks, which have won him multiple awards including Tytan’93 and Kreatura 2000. His music has been released on nearly 30 albums.


TV Productions

His first TV projekt was a full-length documentary 'Powrót arystokratów' (Return of the Aristocrats), directed by Natalia Koryncka-Gruz (1992). "Till that moment my experience in working with picture was limited to short commercials. This time it was the first full-length film, so I could try and do my best with a larger form."

Later productions were connected with TV theatre. He composed music for the following plays: 'Warszawianka', directed by Andrzej Chrzanowski, 'Zatrute pióro' ('Poisoned pen' by Ronald Harwood), directed by Jerzy Gruza, and he arranged music for 'Dom otwarty', directed by Michał Kwieciński and 'Mały Książę' ('the Little Prince' by A. de Saint Exupery), directed by Natalia Koryncka-Gruz.

In 1997 he participated in preparations of Polish version of 'Sesame Street'. His arrangement of the main theme won the competition and can still be heard in the programme. He also wrote a few other songs for the show.

Two super-concerts for TVP2 were important television projects. In 1998 he worked as an arranger and composer on anniversary concert of Krzysztof Krawczyk - one of the biggest Polish pop stars, directed by Elżbieta Skrętkowska. The pieces were arranged for nearly one hundred people (choir, orchestra, pop-band). He also wrote the ouverture for the concert. In 1999 he was music director of a concert of Violetta Villas - another legendary Polish pop star, entitled 'Taka jestem' and directed by Elżbieta Skrętkowska. He also arranged many of the songs.

He wrote music for TV shows broadcasted by numerous channels, e.g. TV show "Idź na całość" (Polsat), "Plaster Miodu" (TV4), "Oczywiście" (TVP2). Recently he won in a competition for music to the talk show of Tomasz Lis, "Co z tą Polską?" (Polsat).

The music he composed to the series 'Kryminalni', directed by Ryszard Zatorski and Piotr Wereśniak turned out to be a major success. The series has been shown on TVN since September 2004. It enjoys huge popularity and the music has been widely acclaimed.



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