Czarek Kruk Krukowski

Cezary “Kruk” Krukowski

A co-founder of the Fair Play Crew. His interest in dancing started with watching music videos on VHS cassettes, and a true passion was born after he watched the iconic film “Breakdance”. His first trainings, along with Artur Kosicki, who was a part of the original FPC, were organized in a garage, and later moved on to a community center in Grajewo. Then, the breaking guys were joined by Blacha, Niecik and eventually Roofi.

The years that followed is a time of intense practice and perfecting skills, mainly in breakdance, hip-hop, popping and locking. The efforts have resulted in many successes at national dance tournaments, where Kruk would soon start to appear as a judge.

He’s a co-creator of the Fair Play Dance Camp – Worldwide Dance Event, the biggest dance camp in Europe, as well as a co-founder of the Fair Play Dance Studio dance school. Along with the rest of the FPC, he’s developed the plays “Morosophus”, “Metropolish” and the most recent one – “Seriously Funny” (“Amatorologia”), the first Polish dance comedy. He also boasts the role of Tyrone Jackson in the acclaimed “Fame” musical, performed at the Teatr Muzyczny in Gdynia.

He’s worked on choreographies for some of the biggest TV shows such as “You Can Dance”, “Mam Talent”, “X-Factor” and “Got To Dance”.

A perfectionist, in life and in art. Kruk is very passionate about music – composing, creating, producing. He’s responsible for the soundtrack to the Crew’s performances. He’s also the owner of the Fair Play Sound studio.

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