Mr. Kapusciarz was born in Chicago.
He began violin lessons at the age of three with Sidney Miller. He attended DePaul University studying with Paul Stassevitch and later with Scott Willits at the American Conservatory of Music where he received bachelor and masters degrees in music.
While studying for his degrees, he played in the Palmer House Ensemble and was also a member of the Chicago Chamber Orchestra. He was active in the region's chamber music scene and was featured soloist with DePaul University Orchestra and the American Conservatory of Music Orchestra.
Following his post-graduate studies, Mr. Kapusciarz enlisted in the United States Air Force and became a member of the U. S. Air Force Symphony Orchestra.
After retiring from the Air Force, he joined the staff of the Library of Congress and enjoyed a long career there in the Copyright Office. RETIRED WHEN? He continues to play in regional orchestras such as the Roanoke Symphony, Richmond Symphony, and Landon Symphonette
During the past decade he has participated in the Music in the Schools program in the local area and along with his cellist wife, Linda, has been a part of the piano trio, Les Amis de Mozart, and the Talford Duo.