Since the first season the premise was for the music to be slightly retro, slightly classical, fitting those times and relating to them. This time I will try to break the trend.
Bartosz Chajdecki, born on 28th of September 1980 in Krakow, is a composer of theater, television and film music. Chajdecki is endowed with great imagination and creative ease.Over the last decade he has created music for dozens of theatrical performances in Poland and abroad, as well as composed for feature films, documentaries and television series.
He graduated from Academy of Musicin Krakowwith honors, presenting the workabout theautonomyof film music. Sincehisearliest years he has beeninvolved in music– he begancomposingat the age of12, having been inspiredandmotivatedby ZbigniewPreisner, whose numerousadvicesand remarksenabled him tomaster thebasics ofcomposition.
At the turn of the century Bartosz Chajdecki worked as a composer and music consultant with prestigious cultural institutions, which include: Samuel Beckett Theatre in London, DeMarco Venue in Edinburgh, Wildwood Opera Festival in Little Rock (Arizona, USA), Yale School of Drama (New Haven, USA), Brazilian SESC, New York School of Visual Arts (New York, USA).
After one of the concerts in London and performing the author Destination Unknown, EAJC (European Association for Jewish Culture) became interested in Bartosz Chajdecki and in 2004 it decided to grant him a scholarship for further development of his work. A turning point in his career was to compose the music for the show Days of Honor (Czas Honoru), which in 2011 gave him nomination in the category Television by the ISMCA (International Film Music Critics Association) in Los Angeles. He’s written music to the one of the latest most important polish films such as Gods(Bogowie), Life Feels Good (Chce się żyć) and Warsaw Uprising (Powstanie Warszawskie).