Marek Eneti graduated in Master’s of viola performance from the Warsaw Conservatory of Music, where he studied viola with professor Piotr Reichert, very accomplished violist of the Camerata String Quartet. While still in college, Marek started working as a freelancer, performing in variety of music ensembles, including; Warsaw Polish Radio Orchestra, Polish Operetta and Mazowsze. Working as a studio musician in his native country of Poland, Eneti recorded viola part for several pop music artists. He is featured as a member of the string quartet on songs of Tadeusz Woźniak (Zegarmistrz światła), Edyta Geppert (Jaka róża, taki cierń), Ryszard Rynkowski (Natalie), Mafia band.
While graduating from Warsaw Conservatory, Marek was awarded scholarship to study in the United States. At the Louisiana State University, he studied viola performance with professor Jerzy Kosmala and music composition with professor Dinos Constantinides. Later on, Marek persuaded his Doctorate in viola performance and scoring for motion pictures program at the University of North Texas. In Dallas, TX, Marek was a member of several symphony orchestras and other musical ensembles. For period of two years, he also taught a sound engineer class at the Collin County Community College.
In May of 2013, Marek Eneti was approached by Art Greenhaw, leader of the Light Crust Doughboys who offered him the position in the band. The band is known to be a founder of the western swing, the style which lay down foundation for the entire Country music style. Marek played his first concert with the group in June of the same year. Together with his other fiddling bandmate Jim Baker, they are the dueling violins of the Light Crust Doughboys. The other members of the band are Randy Wills and Dion Pride. Established originally by the legendary Bob Wills in 1931, band celebrates its ninth decade of performing.
Marek Eneti performs throughout the world, in Europe, Asia and North America. His show is called “Musical Journey”, where he performs music from different countries and cultures. Mr. Eneti often collaborates with other artists and groups. He is a guest violinist in a polish country band Caroline and the Lucky Ones, and fiddler for the Dallas based country rock band - Big City Outlaws. Marek Eneti also tries his luck as a songwriter, producer and film music composer. Marek’s composing and performing skills can be seen in his two other musical projects: Apollo’s Flight - together with Jonathan Jones, and Dueling Violins - together with Kiril Raskolenko. In the November of 2015, Marek’s music was featured in the special musical performance. Marek, and his ensemble, performed original music to the artist’s visual creations of the universe. Concert was held at the UT Arlington’s planetarium in DFW Metroplex area, TX. Marek Eneti performs with the Texas Mosaix - a non profit, faith based music organization.