Zygmunt Krauze is known, first of all as a composer of "unistic" music, based on the theory of unistic art adopted from the painting of Wladyslaw Strzeminski (1893- 1952).

The form without contrasts, in its essence, has neither a beginning nor an end. This music can have an arbitrary time length. It can be interrupted at any moment and this will not change its basic traits.

At a certain moment Krauze felt that unitary form can absorb any sound material, not only that which is specially composed for it. This can be folk music, music written by other composers, anonymous music, music from the past, etc. While continuing to create unitary form he began to utilize extraneous sound material.

In the late 1970s Zygmunt Krauze decided to abandon the rules of unitary form and yield to intuitive expression.

The 1980s Mr. Krauze spent in Paris, where he worked with theatre director Jorge Lavelli.

In the 80s the stage became one of Mr. Krauze's greatest fascinations.

The piano was for Krauze his foundation and point of departure.