About Adam Sztaba
Adam Sztaba is a Polish composer, music producer, conductor, arranger and pianist. He graduated in composition from Fryderyk Chopin Music Academy (now University of Music). He collaborated with many Polish and international stars such as: Quincy Jones, Sting, Chris Botti, Michael Bolton, José Carreras, Kenny G., Dolores O'Riordan, Ewa Malas-Godlewska, Jose Cura, Lemar, NDR Bigband, Ive Mendes, Lutricia McNeal, Dita von Teese, Helena Vondráčková, Karel Gott, Drupi, Edyta Gorniak, Maryla Rodowicz, Kayah, Ania Dabrowska, Sinfonia Varsovia, Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra. He made his debut at age 18 music for the musical Mirage?. In 2003, together with Tomasz Filipczak, composed the music for the first Polish show dance Opentaniec. In 2005 he founded the Adam Sztaba Orchestra. He was the musical director, arranger and conductor of many well-known television programs, including Idol (Polish edition), Sopot Festival 2005 and 2006, Dancing With the Stars (Polish edition of Strictly Come Dancing). In 2008 he was director of the Academy of the television program Star Academy (Polish edition). He composed and recorded music for the film From Full To Full,. In September 2010 he was music director of the inauguration of the European Special Olympic Games 2010 in Warsaw. In December 2010 he performed with Sting and conducted the Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra in a concert to celebrate the 85th anniversary of Polish Radio. In July 2011 he music directed the concert celebrating the beginning of Poland's EU Presidency and performed with Chris Botti, Dolores O'Riordan, Michael Bolton and Kenny G.