Born in Drohiczyn in 1944. In his school and student years, he was a keen sportsman, with a special interest in volleyball and sabre fencing. He was runner-up in the national junior fencing championships. In 1970 he graduated from the University of Technology in Warsaw and developed a fine career in civil engineering and as a building surveyor. He has received numerous awards for his professional achievements. One of the founders of Cantores Minores, he served for many years as President of the Board of the Cantores Minores Choral Association.
He started his musical education studying the cello at the Emil Młynarski Music School in Warsaw. He is currently working towards his doctoral degree at the Department of Law and Administration of Warsaw University and is a founding partner in the law frm ‘Nobilis Partners Graboś Grocholski Lenartowicz’.
He is also active as a publisher of books on history and as a Board Member of the Foundation of the Order of Malta Poland.
Having joined Cantores Minores in 1991, he has been its member since, performing as a soloist, accompanist and assistant conductor. His distinctions include the Bronze Cross of Merit and the Honorary Badge of Merit for Polish Culture.
He is a graduate of the Department of Musicology at the Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw, where he specialized in organ and piano performance. He also completed a postgraduate course for artists and animateurs of culture at the Department of Management of Warsaw University.
He served as an organist at the Parish of the Blessed Virgin Mary – Mother of the Church in Warsaw, where he founded and conducted the Coro Mater Ecclesiae Choir. He was also a member of the Musica Sacra Choir at St. Florian’s Cathedral in Warsaw.
He joined Cantores Minores in 1990 and has performer as a soloist, accompanist and assistant conductor. In 2016, he assumed the duties of the choir’s chief conductor.
He received the Best Conductor Award at the 27th Festival of Advent and Christmas Songs in Prague (2017).