Is an actor and musician with Teatr ZAR (Gospels of Childhood, Caesarean Section, Anhelli: The Calling, and Armine, Sister). He is also the editor and translator of books published in the 3/2 series that focuses on music (Polish translations of Ross W. Duffin’s How Equal Temperament Ruined Harmony [and Why You Should Care] and Temperament. Stuart Isacoff’s How Music Became the Battleground for the Great Minds of the Western Civilization).
He has created or co-created music for short films and theatre productions in Poland and abroad. Together with Aleksandra Kotecka, he is involved with FoxTerrier Production. Also together with Aleksandra Kotecka he leads music work on Teatr ZAR’s Anhelli: The Howl.
Throughout the last decade, Aleksandra Kotecka and Tomasz Wierzbowski have led numerous vocal workshops in Poland and internationally (in the US, Europe, Asia and South America) for individual participants (both professional and amateur), theatre ensembles and drama school students. Their extensive experience teaching workshops for a diversity of students enabled them to develop effective teaching tools which also proved useful in long-term projects such as Actor’s Atelier (whose first edition took place in Paris and Wrocław in 2018 and 2019), as well as their original didactic program VoiceLAB, dedicated to a deepened work with the voice, which they conduct in Wrocław and Paris.