An artist that has continually straddled the series between light classical music and orchestra-infused pop, Piotr Rubik spent his early music career (following going to Warsaw’s Chopin Academy) being a cellist in the Jeunesses Musicales, before trained in scoring beneath the great Ennio Morricone. In 2004, Rubik had taken the Polish musical picture by storm using the release from the Holy Combination of Golgotha oratorium, blurring the series between degrees of musical style. This was to create the first part of Rubik’s Holy Combination Triptych. The next portion, Tu Ha sido Petrus, brought Rubik his largest achievement and popularity, and was predicated on the life span of Pope John Paul II (the piece have been prepared as something special towards the pope, but was completed after his loss of life). While specific music from Tu Ha sido Petrus had been reworked into even more radio-friendly parts, Rubik’s success just grew. Another part of his trilogy focused throughout the dual Sept tragedies from the Nazi invasion of Poland as well as the Sept 11 episodes in the U.S. Rubik steadily lost important acclaim as his functions turned even more pop-influenced, however the public just bought his produces more rapidly. With an increase of confidence carrying out a tribute to Krakow that spawned several additional pop produces, Rubik had taken another stage toward the pop domain with 2008’s Habitat, which highlighted (among other activities) Rubik himself in the piano and a DJ/beatboxer mixture for some from the passages.