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Maciej Zielinski was born on 29 March, 1971 in Warsaw, Mazowieckie, Poland, is a Composer, Music Department, Soundtrack. Discover Maciej Zielinski's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 50 years old?

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Occupation composer,music_department,soundtrack
Age 51 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 29 March 1971
Birthday 29 March
Birthplace Warsaw, Mazowieckie, Poland
Nationality Poland

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They have been performed at the most important festivals such as The Warsaw Autumn Festival, the 14th Syhtesizer-Musik-Festival in Brunswick, Musica del Novecento in Rome, the European Youth Music Festival Copenhagen'96, The Park Lane Festival in London, The World Music Days in Romania, Presteigne Festival and have been broadcast by many international radio stations. Some of his classical compositions are available on albums published by EMI Music, Universal Music, PWM, Dux, ZPR Records, Polskie Nagrania, Acte Prealable and the Polish Radio.


September 2011 saw the release of his classical monographic album "Across the Millenniums".

During the 2011 - 2012 art season Maciej Zielinski enjoyed the status of the Composer-In-Residence at the Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra.


Maciej has composed hundreds of advertising soundtracks, which have won him multiple awards including Tytan'93 and Kreatura'2000. His contemporary classical music is well known for its expressiveness, textural and formal invention, and individual postmodern approach. His music is highly sought after by Polish critics, performers and the audiences, being frequently performed at major contemporary music events.

In April 2000 the Associated Board of Royal Schools of Music selected his composition "Lutoslawski in Memoriam" for oboe and piano for their syllabus in English Schools.

The album that contains "The I String Quartet" performed by the quartet DAFO, published by PWM/Dux, received the Frederic 2000 Award.


Maciej Zielinski is an award winner at many musical contests such as the Critics' Award at the Second Meeting of Young Composers in Krakow (2nd Prize), the Sixth Syhtesizer-Musik-Festival in Brunswick (2nd Prize), The Young Composers' Musica Sacra Contest (2nd Prize), The International Composer Contest Jihlava 96 (3rd Prize), The Polish Composers' Contest in Gdansk 1997 (3rd Prize), The PTMW Multimedia Competition (Grand Prix), The Alan Bush Composition Prize in London, and the Josiah Parker Composition Prize in London.


Born in 1971 in Warsaw, Maciej Zielinski is a Polish composer. He graduated from the composition faculty of the Frederic Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw and from the Royal Academy of Music in London. His compositions encompass classical music, soundtracks, theatre music, songs and original television music. He has written scores for some of the biggest Polish blockbusters of recent years including NEVER EVER, JUST LOVE ME and CRIME DETECTIVES. Films with his soundtracks boast an audience of over 10 million, while his released soundtrack albums have achieved golden and platinum status. His music has been released on nearly 30 albums. As a musical arranger and producer, he collaborates with the leading stars of the Polish music scene including Kayah (on the album Kayah & Royal String Quartet) and Ania Dabrowska (on the album "Wear trousers or a skirt?"). His song WHO KNOWS performed by De Su is one of the most frequently broadcast Polish and, more recently, Hungarian, Christmas songs. His song from the film "The Stand-ins" performed by Kayah and TANGO DE AMOR from the film "Never Again" have enjoyed significant popularity as well.