Zbigniew Wodecki

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Zbigniew Wodecki began his adventures with music already at the age of 5. He graduated the violin class of Juliusz Weber with an Zbigniew Wodeckihonorable mention. He played with Ewa Demarczyk, Marek Grechuta, Zygmunt Konieczny and many others in bands like „Czarne Perły“ and „Anawa“. He was a violinist in Symphonic Orchestra of Polish Radio and Television and Cracow’s Chamber Orchestra.

He debuted as a vocalist in 70s. We all know his unforgettable hits „Chałupy“, „Zacznij od Bacha“, „Izolda“or „Pszczółka Maja“.  He was awarded at many festivals. He is an instrumentalist, a composer and arranger.

He speaks of himself as a „singing musician“. The list of his musical achievements is very long alas still not finished. In the past year he released a now record „platyNOWA“.

He dreams also of promoting new and talented people whom he’d form into real stars. He was a host of  music TV program „Way To The Stardom“, „Your Way To Stardom“, and one of the members of jury in Polish edition of „Dancing With The Stars“.

Accompanying band: Zbigniew Stelmasiak – guitar, Mirosław Wiśniewski – bass guitar, Jarosław Zawadzki – keyboards, Michał Bylica – trumpett, Paweł Twardoch – drumms.