I try to combine many passions in my life. When I was a kid I used to play the violin, then I chose a double bass and it turned out to be my true love. At the same time I was keen on journalism, politics and social issues. I still follow many of my hobbies and develop other ones, such as new and social media or ecology.
I am a classically trained double bassist, with experience and interest in experimental music, hip-hop and jazz. I enjoy working with other musicians, learning new approaches to music.
In 2014 I moved to Sweden and until 2017 I studied Symphony Orchestra Performance and Interpretation for Orchestra Instruments at the Academy of Music and Drama at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden.
My double bass teachers: Charles DeRamus, Hans Adler, Jan Alm, Janusz Dobrowolski and Leszek Kaufman. I participated in classes of Klaus Stoll, Leon Bosh, Miloslav Gajdos, Johan Ekenberg, Paweł Jabłczyński, Peter Leerdam, Andrzej Mysiński, Wenancjusz Kurzawa, Piotr Kurzawa, Sławomir Grenda, Bogusław Furtok, Joanna Krempeć-Kaczor.
After a one year of living in France, where I taught children, I returned to Poland. I currently live in Pruszcz Gdański and from September 2019 I am a teacher of double bass at the Music School in Gdańsk-Wrzeszcz.
Introducing young people into the world of music is fascinating in many ways. Music is a tool for self-expression. Besides, it allows us to discover both talents and weaknesses which all of us have. Working on them is a brilliant way to grow. I am an experienced violin, cello, piano and double bass teacher (classical music).
Being a part of an extraordinary group of people connected by common experience of music is one of the best feeling I have ever experienced. Playing in an orchestra is fascinating on both individual and social level. It is a great opportunity not only to get to know music pieces deeply, but also to develop your communication skills and the way you respond to other members of the section or the orchestra.