Bio: Bartosz Szulc is a graduate of the Music Academy in Lodz, where he studied voice with Piotr Micinski. He gained a diploma with distinction in 2012. In 2019 he recived his Ph. D. in musical arts.
His repertoire includes operatic roles from different musical periods from operas such as Mozart's Die Zauberflöte (Sarastro, Sprecher), Haydn’s Lo speziale (Sempronio- bass-bariton version) Haendel’s Giulio Cesare (Curio) and Semele (Cadmus, Somnus), Beethoven’s Leonore (Rocco), Weber’s Abu Hassan (Omar) and Freischütz (Kuno), Rossini’s Il Barbiere di Siviglia (Bartolo), Strawinsky’s The Nightingale (Bonze) Czubaty’s The Blue Castle (Benjamin) and Puccini’s Gianni Schicchi (Betto di Signa), which he sang in Poland, France, Italy, Germany and The Netherlands.
In 2009 he won the second prize in the VII Vocal Competition of L. Rozycki in Gliwice, in 2012 won third prize and the winner of a special prize for the best bass voice in 2nd International Singing Competition Giulio Perotti in Ueckermünde in 2020 he won a first prize in male voice Category in II Group in IV International Singing Competition Bella Voce in Busko- Zdroj and he became a laureate of 30th International Singing Competition of Kammeroper Schloss Rheinsberg, where in 2021 he sang Rocco in Beethoven’s original version of Leonore.
In 2015 he took part in the Festival Sommer Oper Bamberg party where he sang Sarastro. After this performance he received a scholarship from des Richard-Wagner Verbandes von Bamberg.
He has studied at vocal courses given by Rudolf Piernay, Robert Holzer, Udo Reinemann, Jard van Nes and Siergiei Leiferkus and has worked with many conductors (e.g. Paul Esswood, Ivan Monighetti, Jan Willem de Vriend, Andrzej Straszyński, Evan Christ, Lorenzo Colladonato, Peter Gülke).