Bartłomiej Misiuda, Baritone
Bartłomiej Misiuda

Bartłomiej Misiuda

Baritone
Bio: Bartlomiej Misiuda (born 1976) Born in Poznan (Poland) In the years 1995-2001 Bartlomiej studied at the Faculty of Vocal and Drama of the I.J. Paderewski Music Academy in Poznan (A.Ogorkiewicz) and at the K. Lipinski Music Academy in Wroclaw (prof. Christian Elssner). He did post-graduate studies in the years 2001-2003 with Prof. Elssner at HFM K.M von Webber Dresden. He was invited twice to the summer Chamber Opera Schloss Rheinsberg Festival (2000-2001). For the season 2004-2005 he joined Staatstheater Nurnberg and in the season 2005-2006 he was the first Pole to join Atelier Liryque Opera National de Paris. Finalist and laureate of special awards during the Vocal Competitions in Duszniki-Zdroj (2000) and Belvedere in Vienna (2007). Bartlomiej has appeared with such conductors like Seji Ozawa, Kent Nagano, Dennis Russel Davis, Thomas Hengelbrock, Sylvain Cambeling, Hartmut Haenchen, J.M. Florencio, Tadeusz Kozlowski, Bernhard Kontarsky, Guillaume Tourniaire, Philippe Augin, Wojciech Michniewski, Piotr Wajrak, Tomasz Tokarczyk, Andrij Yurkevitch, Gabriel Chmura. He worked with the following directors Robert Carsen, Robert Wilson, Luc Bondi, StevenTaylor, Karl Ernst and Ursel Hermanns, Hinrich Horstkotte, Krystyna Janda, Krzysztof Warlikowski, Michal Znaniecki, Dominique Pitoiset, Pet Halmen, Marc Paquien, Andre Engel, Marek Weiss, Gilbert Deflo. Bartlomiej performed in theatres and on concert stages in Poland, Germany, Hungary, Austria, France, England, Norway, the Netherlands, Canada and China, Australia/NZ. In 2008 he participated in the concert version of the opera "Tannhauser" by R. Wagner (Wolfram von Eschenbach) performed in Montreal together with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra conducted by Kent Nagano. This concert was the Canadian premiere of this opera. As regards contemporary music, he sang the compositions of Luca Lombardi, among others "Un Oratorio Materialistico" and of Siegfried Matthus during the 21st Century Music Festival in Saarbrucken (2002). He participated in the world premiere of the opera by X. Deyer "The Blind" (les Aveugles) based on the play "The Blind" by Meterlinck, conducted by G.Tourniaire in Theatre Gérard Philipe de Saint-Denis in Paris, in Opéra Bastille (Paris) and in Almeida Theater (London - 2006). In the season 2009/10 at the Paris Opera Garnier he played the part of Le Forgeron in the contemporary version of "Faust" by Philippe Fenelon conducted by Bernhard Kontarsky. Along with the Baltic Opera Ensemble in Gdansk he made a DVD recording of the "Madame Curie" by Małgorzata Sikora's opera with it's world premiere at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris (2012). Misiuda also participieded in two World Premieras of Alexander Nowak - composer of a young generation, honored with an award of "Passport Polityka 2018". "Space Opera" with premiere at The Grand Theatre Poznań (2015) and "Ahat ili" (Sister of the Gods) at ICE Kraków (2018) for which the libretto was written by Olga Tokarczuk (Nobel Prize 2018). Bartlomiej Misiuda is also highly valued for interpreting songs especially of German lyric songs (by Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, Mahler, Wolf etc.). In 2008 he performed together with the Paris Opera orchestra conducted by Vello Pahn a cycle "Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen" by Mahler as a reminder of the best choreographies by Maurice Béjart (Hommage à Maurice Béjart). Last update: 2019-12-19 20:45:35 +00:00
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Bio: Bartlomiej Misiuda (born 1976) Born in Poznan (Poland) In the years 1995-2001 Bartlomiej studied at the Faculty of Vocal and Drama of the I.J. Paderewski Music Academy in Poznan (A.Ogorkiewicz) and at the K. Lipinski Music Academy in Wroclaw (prof. Christian Elssner). He did post-graduate studies in the years 2001-2003 with Prof. Elssner at HFM K.M von Webber Dresden. He was invited twice to the summer Chamber Opera Schloss Rheinsberg Festival (2000-2001). For the season 2004-2005 he joined Staatstheater Nurnberg and in the season 2005-2006 he was the first Pole to join Atelier Liryque Opera National de Paris. Finalist and laureate of special awards during the Vocal Competitions in Duszniki-Zdroj (2000) and Belvedere in Vienna (2007). Bartlomiej has appeared with such conductors like Seji Ozawa, Kent Nagano, Dennis Russel Davis, Thomas Hengelbrock, Sylvain Cambeling, Hartmut Haenchen, J.M. Florencio, Tadeusz Kozlowski, Bernhard Kontarsky, Guillaume Tourniaire, Philippe Augin, Wojciech Michniewski, Piotr Wajrak, Tomasz Tokarczyk, Andrij Yurkevitch, Gabriel Chmura. He worked with the following directors Robert Carsen, Robert Wilson, Luc Bondi, StevenTaylor, Karl Ernst and Ursel Hermanns, Hinrich Horstkotte, Krystyna Janda, Krzysztof Warlikowski, Michal Znaniecki, Dominique Pitoiset, Pet Halmen, Marc Paquien, Andre Engel, Marek Weiss, Gilbert Deflo. Bartlomiej performed in theatres and on concert stages in Poland, Germany, Hungary, Austria, France, England, Norway, the Netherlands, Canada and China, Australia/NZ. In 2008 he participated in the concert version of the opera "Tannhauser" by R. Wagner (Wolfram von Eschenbach) performed in Montreal together with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra conducted by Kent Nagano. This concert was the Canadian premiere of this opera. As regards contemporary music, he sang the compositions of Luca Lombardi, among others "Un Oratorio Materialistico" and of Siegfried Matthus during the 21st Century Music Festival in Saarbrucken (2002). He participated in the world premiere of the opera by X. Deyer "The Blind" (les Aveugles) based on the play "The Blind" by Meterlinck, conducted by G.Tourniaire in Theatre Gérard Philipe de Saint-Denis in Paris, in Opéra Bastille (Paris) and in Almeida Theater (London - 2006). In the season 2009/10 at the Paris Opera Garnier he played the part of Le Forgeron in the contemporary version of "Faust" by Philippe Fenelon conducted by Bernhard Kontarsky. Along with the Baltic Opera Ensemble in Gdansk he made a DVD recording of the "Madame Curie" by Małgorzata Sikora's opera with it's world premiere at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris (2012). Misiuda also participieded in two World Premieras of Alexander Nowak - composer of a young generation, honored with an award of "Passport Polityka 2018". "Space Opera" with premiere at The Grand Theatre Poznań (2015) and "Ahat ili" (Sister of the Gods) at ICE Kraków (2018) for which the libretto was written by Olga Tokarczuk (Nobel Prize 2018). Bartlomiej Misiuda is also highly valued for interpreting songs especially of German lyric songs (by Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, Mahler, Wolf etc.). In 2008 he performed together with the Paris Opera orchestra conducted by Vello Pahn a cycle "Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen" by Mahler as a reminder of the best choreographies by Maurice Béjart (Hommage à Maurice Béjart). Last update: 2019-12-19 20:45:35 +00:00
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Bartłomiej Misiuda
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