Henri Seroka

Henri Seroka ( born May 9, 1949 in Anderlecht) is a Belgian composer of Polish origin. He is married and has a son.


Seroka was born the son of a Polish father and a German mother in Belgium. He lives in Brussels, where he also has his private recording studio is located.

Serokas career began in the late 60s. As a singer, he joined (including DDR), USA, Japan and USSR on the stages in Belgium, France, Poland, Germany. The composing was for many years his greatest passion ( Serious and pop music ).

He was a frequent guest on numerous television and radio broadcasts in Poland, Belgium and France. In addition to his work as a singer, he now also served as a writer for other artists, including Ivan Rebroff, Betty Dorsey, Lulu, Jean -Pierre Cassel, Dorothée, Roland Kaiser, Gunter Gabriel. Seroka also composed children's music ( The Smurfs ).

In 1984 he received the Golden plate for the composition Avanti la Vie in competition at the Euro Vision Song Contest. For the Olympic Games in Los Angeles ( 1984) he composed during the European Theme Representation few pieces of music, which earned him the second Golden plate.

Polish director Jacek Bromski allowed for a number of his feature films compose the music of Seroka. His most important international films are Alice, Ataturk and The Art of Love.

For the Polish comedy TV series "In God 's Little Garden" Henri Seroka got together with director Jacek Bromski at the 42nd International Film Festival 2009 in Houston / USA, a three -fold distinction: " Special Award" of the jury, " Grand Prix "in the category " best Foreign film "( best foreign film) and the " Gold Remi Award "for the best film music.