I am Mon Mon. I play the piano.

There is a pure beauty in absolute music. There is a limitless potential to unlock where the sound meets the image…

To see the sound and to hear the image. You can call it synaesthesia. I am all about it.

Please find below my renditions of some piano works of great composers from over the centuries. Feel free to listen and write to me if this music inspires you to make any of your ideas happen.

Mon Mon Piano II Record Library is meant to be used for: films, videos, documentaries, animations, advertisements, theatre music, live music, dance performances, sound/movement projects, exhibitions, visualisations, interactive instalations and other.

Don’t worry about the royalties. I’m a music advisor for media. I clear the rights.

Contact me: monmonplays@gmail.com



Mon Mon plays Bach

Prelude in C major, BWV 846

by Johann Sebastian Bach

Prelude in G minor, BWV 861

by Johann Sebastian Bach


Mon Mon plays Mozart


Fantasia in C minor, K. 475

by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Piano Sonata No. 14 in C minor, KV 457, 1. Allegro molto

by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Piano Sonata No. 14 in C minor, KV 457, 2. Adagio

by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Piano Sonata No. 14 in C minor, KV 457, 3. Allegro assai

by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart


Mon Mon plays Prokofiev


Visions Fugitives, 5. Molto giocoso

by Sergei Prokofiev

Visions Fugitives, 6. Con eleganza

by Sergei Prokofiev

Visions Fugitives, 7. Pittoresco (Arpa)

by Sergei Prokofiev

Visions Fugitives, 8. Comodo

by Sergei Prokofiev

Visions Fugitives, 10. Ridicolosamente

by Sergei Prokofiev

In every fleeting vision I see worlds, Filled with the fickle play of rainbows

K. Balmont


Mon Mon plays Mompou



Mon Mon plays Schnittke


Piano Quintet, I. Moderato

by Alfred Schnittke

Piano Quintet, II. In Tempo di Valse

by Alfred Schnittke

Piano Quintet, III. Andante

by Alfred Schnittke

Piano Quintet, IV. Lento

by Alfred Schnittke

Piano Quintet, V. Moderato Pastorale

by Alfred Schnittke

Beata Godyla, violin
Sara Rajewska – Syska, violin
Ula Ostrouch, viola
Marta Kaźmierczak, cello
Monika Zaborowska, piano


About me

I was born in 1986  in the Mazovia region in Poland. I started to play the piano as a child.

I was developing my piano skills through taking part in international piano workshops and concerts (among others in Warsaw, Rycerka Górna, S. Rachmaninov Kaliningrad Regional College of Music). In May 2005 I performed for the first time with an orchestra (it was Edward Grieg’s Piano Concerto in A minor with the orchestra  under direction of Piotr Wajrak in Feliks Nowowiejski Warmia-Mazuria Philharmonic in Olsztyn).

In 2005 I started my studies at the Feliks Nowowiejski Music Academy in Bydgoszcz. In that time I developed a fascination with chamber music. Marcin Sikorski Ph.D., a great musician and performer, was my teacher at this faculty. He led me through five years of deeply absorbing and satisfying studies on a vast repertoire of da camera musicI performed: Sonata in G minor of C. Debussy, Sonata D minor of K. Szymanowski (violin, piano), together with my sister, Beata Godyla, a violinist; C. Franck’s Piano Quintet in F minor and Alfred Schnittke’s Piano Quintet, recorded in the Philharmonic Concert Hall in Bydgoszcz with excellent acoustic conditions.

A separate, yet equally important episode in my studies was the voice and piano repertoire (R. Schumann, F. Schubert and K. Szymanowski, just to mention the few). It contributed a great deal to my understanding and sense of „sharing music”.

I also participated as a pianist in performances of contemporary music: in cooperation with Związek Kompozytorów Polskich and in the Concert Hall in Bydgoszcz with Paweł Szymański’s Quasi una Sinfonietta, under the direction of Wojciech Michniewski.

Being a movie enthusiast I decided to devote my MA thesis to relationship and dynamics between the sound and image (piano and film). My thesis was review by Piotr Skrzypczak, Ph.D. from the Chair of Culture Studies at the Audiovisual Institute at the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń.

I obtained my degree in piano specialization  in May 2011. My two leading professors were among the winners of the International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw: Jerzy Godziszewski in 1960 and Ewa Pobłocka in 1980. Their artistic personalities greatly contributed to my development as a pianist.

Since my graduation in 2011 I have been living and working in Warsaw. After travelling to South America I started to work in Warsaw in a company offering music consultancy for the media. My duties as a music advisor involved selecting appropriate music, clearing the rights as well as negotiating with publishers and the master rights holders.

From February 2013 until June 2014 almost every Sunday I was performing at midday concerts at the Poetry Salon in Stanisławowski Theatre in the Old Orangery in Royal Park Łazienki Krolewskie in Warsaw. (It was an unforgettable pleasure for me as a musician to be on stage among other artists in such a special place, with its amazing architecture [dating from late 18th century] and good acoustic conditions.)

I teach the piano. I also teach the piano at artistic camps for children and teenagers. I enjoy being close with people who have the courage and passion to make their ideas happen. I try to make Mon Mon Piano happen.

This story would be incomplete if I did not add at the very end that I am a castellano speaking deeply passionate tango dancer and lover of the Latin-American culture.


fot. by Marta Kossakowska // hrum.nl

Poetry Salon, Royal Park Łazienki Krolewskie, Warsaw

Soema Montenegro, Jorge Sottile & Mosaic, Warsaw

Years 2008 – 2012, Bydgoszcz