Sergiusz Pinkwart

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Born (1973-05-22) 22 May 1973 (age 48)
Warsaw, Poland
NationalityPolish
CitizenshipPoland
Occupation
  • Journalist
  • Writer

Sergiusz Pinkwart (22 May 1973 in Warsaw) – Polish writer, traveler, journalist, classical musician. Author of novels, books for children, travel guides, radio and press journalist, TV personality.

Career

Son of Maciej Pinkwart, writer and historian of Zakopane. He made his debut in 1987 with the collection of stories Fairy Tales from The Tatra Mountains. He graduated from the Chopin University of Music|Fryderyk Chopin University in Warsaw. From 1994, for several years he combined his musical career as a violist in the Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra and on "Polish Broadway" – ROMA Musical Theater with journalistic work as the head of the foreign departments in magazines: Viva!, Gala[1], PANI Magazine. He was specialized in interviews with world famous actors, musicians, filmmakers and politicians, he conducted interviews with Woody Allen[2], Hillary Clinton, Madeleine Albright|Madeleine Allbright, Harrison Ford|Harrisson Ford, Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, Hugh Grant, Catherine Zeta-Jones[3] and hundreds more. For many years he was accredited as an official Polish journalist representative in Hollywood and by the Cannes Film Festival. He was a music consultant of the Polish edition of the autobiography of the Oscar award|Oscar winner Burt Bacharach[4]. He writes books for children and adults[5]. Theatre plays for children were based on his books Zaczarowana Wigilia (Magic Christmas Eve) and Podróże z fantazją. Bajka muzyczna (Traveling with Fantasy). Columnist for Read & Fly Magazine[6] and in English for The First News[7]. After completing his musical career, he collaborates with the ROMA Musical Theater as a writer and a specialist of the history of this cultural institution[8]. He runs the travel program Baby on Board on the Polish National Radio[9]. As a TV personality he takes part in public debates in mainstream media[10][11]. His book Gambia, The Smiling Coast|Gambia. The Smiling Coast, published by National Geographic, was awarded the main Magellan Award for the best illustrated guide[12]. From 2018 he is the star and host of the yearly gala concert of the Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity in Liverpool[13].

Personal life

In 2015 he moved to Liverpool, United Kingdom. He is active in the Merseyside County Polish organisations and associations and Polish émigré press. Married to journalist and travel writer Magdalena Pinkwart, father of four children: Wiktor, Liwia, Wilhelm and Lara.

Works

  • Bajki Tatrzańskie, PTTK Kraj Publishing, 1987
  • Nagrania Stefana Kamasy w Archiwum Polskiego Radia, Chopin University of Music, 1997
  • Cień Kilimandżaro, Albatros Publishing, 2010
  • Les Miserables. Narodziny sztuki, Wydawnictwo Teatru Muzycznego ROMA, 2011
  • Podróże z fantazją. Bajka muzyczna, Akapit-Press Publishing, 2011
  • Zaczarowana Wigilia, Akapit-Press Publishing, 2011
  • Tata reporter, Wydawnictwo Akapit-Press Publishing, 2011
  • Klub Racjonalistek, Albatros Publishing, 2013
  • Tutaj drzwi trzeba otwierać powoli, Stowarzyszenie Szkoła Liderów Publishing, 2013
  • Gambia. Kraina uśmiechu, National Geographic Publishing, 2014
  • Drakulcio ma kłopoty. Urodzinowa katastrofa, Akapit-Press Publishing, 2015
  • Drakulcio ma kłopoty. Mecz stulecia, Akapit-Press Publishing, 2015
  • Kulinarne podróże po Chorwacji, National Geographic Publishing, 2015 (co-author with Anna Olej-Kobus, Krzysztof Kobus, Magdalena Pinkwart)
  • Drakulcio ma kłopoty. Klątwa faraona, Akapit-Press Publishing, 2016
  • Gdańsk. Przewodnik Turystyczny, Urząd Miejski w Gdańsku, Gdańska Organizacja Turystyczna, 2017
  • Drakulcio ma kłopoty. Mistrz jazdy na krechę, Akapit-Press Publishing, 2017
  • Drakulcio ma kłopoty. Włoska awantura, Akapit-Press Publishing, 2017
  • Straszliwa historia w obrazkach, Akapit-Press Publishing, 2017
  • Maria Czubaszek. Ostatni dymek, Czerwone i Czarne Publishing, 2017
  • Pati i Jędrek mali strażnicy Tatr. Na górskim szlaku, Tatrzański Park Narodowy Publishing, 2017
  • Mikołaj i dziewczyna z gwiazd, Akapit-Press Publishing, 2017
  • Drakulcio ma kłopoty. Jak zjeść francuską żabę, Akapit-Press Publishing, 2018
  • Warto marzyć, Wydawnictwo Teatru Muzycznego ROMA, 2019
  • Wyspy Owcze z pierwszej ręki. Praktyczny przewodnik turystyczny, Lara Books Publishing, 2020

Filmography

  • Romeo i Julia, 2004
  • Supermarket, 2012
  • Big Love, 2012

Awards

  • 2014 Magellan Award for the Best Illustrated Guide for the book The Gambia. The Smiling Coast, National Geographic Publishing House
  • 2019 Award of the Association of The Polish Journalists Travellers Globtroter for the Best Travel Publications of the Year[14]

External links

imdbname:10213203|Sergiusz Pinkwart on IMDb (eng.)

Sergiusz Pinkwart on Filmpolski.pl (pol.)

Interview with Sergiusz Pinkwart Kurier365.pl, 13 October 2013

Sergiusz Pinkwart's columns The First News, 2019-2020

Travel blog by Sergiusz Pinkwart dzieckowdrodze.com, 2014-2020

Travel broadcast by Sergiusz Pinkwart Polish National Radio, 2015-2020

Interview with Sergiusz Pinkwart. The Faroe Islands are a tasty morsel for globetrotters VIP Magazyn, 24 May 2020

References

  1. "Sergiusz Pinkwart - Gala.pl". www.gala.pl. Retrieved 2020-09-09.
  2. Polski, Goniec. "Randka z Woody Allenem - Goniec.com". goniec.com (in polski). Retrieved 2020-09-09.
  3. "Catherine Zeta-Jones - Wikiwand". www.wikiwand.com. Retrieved 2020-09-09.
  4. "Dietrich, Niemen i Bacharach - połączyła ich piosenka". PolskieRadio.pl. Retrieved 2020-09-09.
  5. "Sergiusz Pinkwart". www.goodreads.com. Retrieved 2020-09-09.
  6. "Thomas Cook: co zabiło giganta? – felieton Sergiusza Pinkwarta". readandfly.pl (in polski). 2019-09-23. Retrieved 2020-09-09.
  7. "The violinist who can!". www.thefirstnews.com. Retrieved 2020-09-09.
  8. "Tajemnice Teatru Romy w Warszawie". www.focus.pl (in polski). Retrieved 2020-09-09.
  9. ""Dziecko w drodze" w Olsztynie". visit.olsztyn.eu (in polski). Retrieved 2020-09-09.
  10. "Pierś a sprawa polska". TVN24.pl. Retrieved 2020-09-09.
  11. "Wyborcza.pl". wyborcza.pl. Retrieved 2020-09-09.
  12. banaliz (2015-05-14). "Nagrody Magellana wręczone po raz siódmy". Najlepsze przewodniki (in polski). Retrieved 2020-09-09.
  13. "28. Finał WOŚP – Liverpool". Woman in the World (in polski). 2019-12-19. Retrieved 2020-09-09.
  14. "Globtroter - GLOBTROTER: SPOTKANIE WIGILIJNE I NAGRODY DZIENNIKARSKIE ZA ROK 2019". www.globtroter.info. Retrieved 2020-09-09.

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