Wojciech S. Wocław – professional compère, writer, journalist, organizer of cultural events; he also runs trainings on rules of correct behaviour in social situations and etiquette in business.
Born in Silesia. After attending his secondary school in Tarnowskie Góry, he graduated with honours from the Department of Polish Philology at the Jagiellonian University. Two of his books were already published: ’Pamiętnik […] wsi’ (The Diary of […] village) in 2008 and ‘Bezdomni’ (The Homeless) in 2010. The next two (a novel and a book of poems) are due soon. His prose, poetry and critical reviews of literature were published in specialist press and magazines, including Expressions, published in London. He co-organized a literary symposium at the Jagiellonian University devoted to the memory of a prominent Polish writer Józef Wittlin. (The stages in Józef Wittlin’s life, on the 115th anniversary of his birth, 30th anniversary of the publication of his book ‘Sól ziemi’’ and 30th anniversary of his death). He co-published with professor Wojciech Ligęza a collection of studies on Józef Wittlin’s life and works. He has received a distinction prize granted by “The Archives of Emigration” journal (The Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń). He collaborates with the Cracow division of the Pol.ish Writers’ Association.
He has been the master of ceremonies at hundreds of cultural and commercial events, including concerts, banquets, galas, fashion shows, team-building activities, discussion panels, conferences, and competitions. He has been the host at national and international events, that were organized by Danone, Henkel, Hewlett Packard, Microsoft, Netia, PGNiG, Philip Morris, The Jagiellonian University, Warsaw Town Hall. He has announced appearance on stage of such artists as Waldemar Malicki, Adam Zdunikowski, Vienna Soloists Orchestra, Royal String Quartet and pianists during international piano concerts (2011, 2012): Leonora Armellini, Cinzia Bartoli, Tulio Forlenza, Ratimir Martinović, Balazs Reti, Eduard Stan, and Daniel Wu. Wojciech S. Wocław lives in Cracow.
For more information please visit www.wojciechswoclaw.pl