• Starting on the guitar in his teens, Ken Wenglewski's styles ran the gamut: from melodic, to metallic, to the epic. This vast appeal would end up paying big dividends down the road as his writing styles developed.
With a hunger to learn more, he attended the Atlanta Institute of Music (AIM); a former affiliate of Musicians Institute© in Hollywood. Classical, Jazz, Rock, Fusion, and composition classes were among his favorites.
Having the opportunity to learn from a plethora of musical legends while in school aided a tremendous benefit to the writing development.
In the late 90's Ken found himself being drawn back to piano/synth based compositions from his youth.
For years, he struggled to find a medium in recording the melodies that resonated in his heart and mind. With personal struggles and victories, the opportunities aligned to convey his God given talent to the listener.
With the well-timed favor to utilize studios that have collaborated with the famous Abbey Road Studios© and others, Ken has been acclaimed for writing compositions that would suit well for movie scores and similar genres. (see film compilation)