Romuald Erenc graduated in guitar studies from the Academy of Musik Lodz, Poland. He completed postgraduate studies at the Bundesakademie fur Musikalische Jugenbildung in Trossingen, Germany. He honed his playing skills through numerous master classes in Poland and elsewhere.
For over a decade Erenc has played a busy schedule of solo and chamber concerts at home and abroad. He has collaborated with several Philharmonic orchestras nationwide. He is also involved in jazz projects. He teaches at the Educational and Artistic Department of the Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan. He has worked with the magazine “Classical and Acoustic Guitar World", publishing articles about the classical guitar. He is an author of many arrangements and editions for guitar and chamber ensembles. The Music Press publishing house published his translation and edition of the guitar method by Professor Dieter Kreidler, which was brought out in Western Europe by Schott and Sons.
Erenc’s first solo recording was of seventeenth-century lute music. He played in the duo Entrácte with flautist Urszula Urbaniak, releasing recordings of music by Ravel, VillaLobos, Domeniconi, and other twentieth century composers. He was also the founder of the Antrácte Ensemble, with which he released a CD of music by Schubert and Matiegka. He has made several TV and radio recordings, and his music is used as soundtrack in two movies.
Erenc has composed numerous pieces for guitar, and Bergmann Edition brings you an excellent selection of solos and ensemble pieces, for intermediate to advanced players. All of them share a rhythmic animation, interesting harmonies, and elements of surprise.