Marek Leszynski Performance Violin
About the Band:
The founder and violinist of Leszynski Strings and has a performance career as diverse and broad as his playlist - a journey that’s echoed in the versatility and sophistication of the string ensemble’s melodic offerings.
Dallas has been a true musical adventure for European-born Leszynski. He’s been a member of several symphony orchestras and ensembles from the outset.
Mr. Leszynski personal portfolio as a songwriter, producer, and film music composer can be heard on Spotify and other platforms, as well as his live work. A concert at the UT Arlington’s planetarium featured Leszynski's ensemble performing his original compositions in a special multimedia presentation.
Leszynski's fateful path to Texas began with a scholarship to continue his musical studies in the U.S. after he graduated from the Warsaw Music Conservatory. Here, he attended Louisiana State University, studying viola performance under Jerzy Kosmala and music composition under Dinos Constantinides. The University of North Texas then beckoned, offering a Doctorate program in viola performance and motion picture scoring.
Before his time in the States, Eneti already had an extensive musical career and training. He received his Master’s in Viola Performance from Poland’s Warsaw Conservatory of Music, studying under his professor Piotr Reichert.
Early career work as a studio musician in Poland saw Leszynski recording viola parts for several pop music artists. He is featured as a member of the string quartet in songs such as Tadeusz Woźniak’s “Zegarmistrz światła”, Edyta Geppert’s “Jaka róża, taki cierń”, and Ryszard Rynkowski’s “Natalie”. His European freelance career saw him performing in a variety of music ensembles, including the Warsaw Polish Radio Orchestra, Polish Operetta, and Mazowsze.