He studied voice with Horbowski in Warsaw, where he also made his debut in Stabat mater (1908), soon followed by his first operatic appearance in Krakow (as Turiddu). From 1909 to 1914, he was a member of the opera house in Lemberg/Lviv, then he went back to Warsaw and became a regular member of the Teatr Wielki (1914–39).
He was an excellent lyrical tenor. After WWII, he retired and was one of the best teachers at the Warsaw College of Music.
I wish to thank Vladimir Efimenko for the pictures, the recording, and the original version of the biographical notes.