About Marek

Marek Wysoczyński studied law at the University of Gdansk where he received his Master of Arts in History degree. He was an actor in the German language Theatre Logos and also a teacher of German. He has organized meetings of Polish and German young people. He was a tourist guide in the Central Maritime Museum, an archivist, teacher of history and a manager for special events. At that time he created a series of concerts entitled "Music on Water" which have been presented by him again since then. He was the director of the Baltic Centre of Culture. He organized an exhibition of 1000 autographs as a part of the Millennial Anniversary of the City of Gdansk, the Millennial Concert of Emma Kirkby and presented concerts given by the Polish Chamber Choir. He was awarded a Gdansk Millennial Medal. He created the Franciscan Centre of Culture in Gdansk and organized music festivals called "Musica Mariana". He is now the director of the Culture Promotion Office and organizes various concerts and novel exhibitions all over the World. He was a co-organizer of the festival of Culture of Europe in Georgia and Opera festival in Dubrovnik. Every year he organizes special carol concerts in Palestine and Jerusalem and last year he organized one in a Turkish bath in Skopje. The Office, together with the Goethe Institute, organized a series of Polish song concerts sung in German in Paris and Alexandria. 2001 he created World Smile Archvie. Cultural project , promotional as well as philantrophy and social one. It is as well Smile Coaching as well as Smile Lesson and Smile Workshop. . In hospital , schools, universities as well as in orphanages. During of exposures and giving gifts in form of making smiles for and from children and making them happy, stronger and wiser in every real way. Making them not only powerful for healing but more powerful as they can support others in trouble with their own " work" smile drawing. Exibition and workshops have benn held in USA, Iran, Belarus, Ukraine, Vietnam, Egypt, Moldova, Macedonia, Turkey, Italy, France, Azerbejian, Germany, China, Austria, Slovenia, Hungary Romania, Mexico, Japan, Czech Republic and ofcourse Poland. It was at Head Quarter at United Nation in New York , National Philharmony in Skopje, Onkology Children Hospital in Teheran, Cairo, Shanghai .

Culture Promotion Office


He is now the director of the Culture Promotion Office and organizes various concerts and novel exhibitions all over the World. He was a co-organizer of the festival of Culture of Europe in Georgia and organized an Opera festival in Dubrovnik. Every year he organizes special carol concerts in Palestine and Jerusalem and last year he organized one in a Turkish bath in Skopje. The Office, together with the Goethe Institute, organized a series of Polish song concerts sung in German in Paris and Alexandria. The Polish artists – Joanna Dobrakowska, Joanna Sperska and Marian Koziel performed Ave Maria concerts in various languages (including Arabic) in the Cathedral in Cairo and also in churches in Turkey, Portugal, Romania and Slovenia. They also sang for SFOR soldiers in Bosnia and NATO soldiers in Kosovo. There was also a concert for the Jordanian princess and a Russian song concert organized by the Russian Embassy and the Polish Embassy in Tunisia. Recently, Danuta Blazejczyk and Andrzej Jagodzinski have been singing Russian songs in Bulgaria. The concert was organized together by the Russian Culture Institute and Polish Culture Institute in Sofia. The Office arranged a Mystery Play with actors of the Musical Theatre for Easter 2008. It will be performed for the Polish community in France. The Office promote musicians, actors and international co-operation in the field of culture.