Piotr Rubik was born 3rd September 1968 in Warsaw. As a kid he has been practicing to become a cellist, first at Emil Mlynarski primary musical school in Warsaw, next at Karol Szymanowski secondary school in Warsaw, finaly at Fryderyk Chopin Music Academy in Warsaw. As a fully skilled cellist he colaborated with many well-known orchestras, like  World Orchestra Jeunesses Musicales and Sinfonia Varsovia. Since being a kid he knew that his main goal is to compose. As an artist he co-operated with many outstanding artists by composing for them, conducting orchestras or by accompanying as a pianist. As a music producer he came out with more than 30 albums, for many well known artists. His first hit was „Dotyk” performed by Edyta Gorniak. He composes movie soundtracks, for example „Ja wam pokażę”, „Ryś”. His compositions have been promoting some of the main Polish movies like „Quo vadis” or „Zemsta”. He produced some signature tunes for both television and radio – „Wiadomości”, „Tomasz Lis na żywo”, musical setting for the first channel of Polish Radio. He gained most of his popularity by composing oratorios like „Tu es Petrus” or „September Psalter”. Some of the best-sellers from these oratorios – „Let them say it is not love” (acclaimed best Polish song of all times by Radio Zet) oraz „Psalm for you” have held the first place on Polish hit parades for many weeks. Selling of his albums have run into hundreds of thousands. Composer has been awarded with many prizes: 1st place on the Festiwal Jedynki that took place in Sopot in 2005, Super Jedynka for the album of the year oraz Super Super Jedynka for the most popular artist in 2006, Wiktor 2006, Telekamera 2007, 1st place on the Top Trendy Festival 2007, Teraz Polska 2007, Róże Gali 2007.