Bio: Kuba Wnuk - conductor and organist. Graduated from honors studies in the field of church music and choral conducting at the Academy of Arts in Szczecin (Prof. Bogdan's organ class Narloch, conducting class of prof. Richard Handke and prof. Czesław Grabowski) and orchestral conducting and opera tutoring in Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Rostock (conducting class of Prof. Christfried Göckeritz,
tutoring class prof. Christian Hammer). IN In 2014, he was awarded the Marshal's Award West Pomeranian Voivodeship for the best graduation concert. In the years 2015–2017 was a scholarship holder of the "Live Music Now" program Yehudi Menuhin Association, and in 2019 he was the finalist of the first edition of the CAMPUS Dirigieren I competition for conductors in Germany (Dresden / Nuremberg 2018/2019). In 2016, he conducted in Szczecin cathedral during the jubilee concert on the occasion of the 1050th anniversary of Baptism
Poland, where the orchestra under his direction performed Symphony No. 2 in B flat major, Op. 52 "Lobgesang" by F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy. In 2017–2019 he was conductor and artistic director of the Freies Studentenorchester Rostock e.V. In the years 2013-2018 he was active as a tutor at the School Opera of the Vocal Department of HMT Rostock. He perfected his skills under by Hartwig Eschenburg, Daniel Huppert and during the championships conducting courses under the direction of: B. Haitink, V. Christopoulos, E. Klemm, H. Curtis, A. Rumpf, F. Ludwig, M. Brauß, G. J. Rumstadt, F.Brochhagen and V. Kiradjiev, as well as in organ improvisation courses with: T. Nowak, P. Planyavsky, M. Toporowski, T. Lennartz, or M.Baumann. Kuba Wnuk conducted in opera theaters and halls concerts in Germany, Poland, and recently also in Japan during tour with the Warsaw Chamber Opera, with which he has been cooperating since 2019.In the same year he started cooperation with the Camerata Stargard orchestra. WITH he also successfully performs contemporary music. During the festival
"Neue Musik - Karlheinz Stockhausen 2016" was made (among others with the Minguet Quartet) premiere of Jung-A Lim Fri. Vier Sätze über die Unfreiheit.