Born in Rybnik, in the Region of Silesia. Studied at the Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice; in 1986 completed studies in Music Theory, while in 1989 in Symphonic Conducting under the academic supervision of Prof. Karol Stryja. At the time of studies he started to cooperate with the intramural 20th-Century Music Band and gave several worlds first performances of contemporary compositions.
In the period of 1985-1990 he conducted chamber and symphonic orchestras of the State Secondary School of Music in Katowice. Together with both orchestras he participated in the international music festivals (Chamber Orchestra Festival in Ahrensburg (Germany), Musica senza frontiere in Bologna (Italy)); he also performed in Berlin conducting a special concert for the 50th anniversary of the Second World War.
In 1987 he attended the Weimar International Workshop for Conductors with Prof. Kurt Sanderling and conducted the final concert there. In 1991 he attended the Conductors International Competition in Trento.
In 1990, following an open competition, he was appointed and still works on the position of Artistic and General Director of Zabrze Philharmonic. Together with the orchestra he gave nearly 2600 concerts on national and international stages.
He conducted the following music festivals: Gaude Mater Festival in Czestochowa, Viva il canto in Cieszyn, Zabrze Music Festival, Krystyna Jamroz International Festival in Busko-Zdroj, Silesia-Pradziad in Kedzierzyn, Trnava Music Spring in Trnava, Pro Baltica in Torun, The Jan Kiepura European Festival in Krynica, The International Festival of Musical Jokes in Nowy Sacz, and other. On several occasions he performed at regular music events Ludzmierz Vespers [Nieszpory ludzmierskie], The Three Polish Tenors Concert. He conducted concerts and big charity events attended by the greatest Polish tenor Wieslaw Ochman more than 50 times. He recorded several CDs and made radio and TV recordings for the Polish Radio and TV broadcasting. Together with the orchestra we gave concerts abroad in Russia, Germany, Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovenia, Slovakia and Japan.