In 1996-2004 he studied organ and harpsichord at the Karol Lipiński Academy of Music in Wrocław. In addition to his studies and numerous master classes, his artistic personality was significantly influenced by numerous scientific trips to the Netherlands (2008-10), where he had the opportunity to learn historical instruments under the supervision of Peter van Dijk. In 2011 he obtained a doctoral degree in arts, and in 2019, a postdoctoral degree. As a graduate of the Postgraduate Studies in Liturgical Monody at the Pontifical University of John Paul II in Krakow (2016-2018) also develops his interest in Gregorian chant. Titular organist of the Dominican church in Wrocław. Assistant professor at his alma mater (Church Music Department), certified harpsichord and organ teacher at Wrocław’s Primary and Secondary Music School. Juror of national organ and piano competitions. He also taught improvisation and interpretation of organ music in Poland and Italy, as well as lectures on organ music, organology and Gregorian singing. Permanent collaborator of the NFM Symphony Orchestra and other ensembles of this institution. Co-founder and artistic director of the Wrocław early music ensemble Ars Concordiae, member of the ensemble Sanssouci – a baroque ensemble of the Opole Philharmonic. Curator of the organs of the National Forum of Music, and consultant for projects of restoration and revitalization of organs in Wrocław churches. A recognized specialist in the tuning and historical tempering. Artistic director of the Organ Summer Music Festival in Krotoszyn’s Basilica, coordinator of organ concerts at the National Forum of Music and the Czesław Evenings series at the Dominican Church in Wrocław.