Artur Ruciński – Baritone

Baritone Artur Ruciński belongs to a select group of Polish opera singers who have risen to international fame in recent years. In February 2016 made his debut in Metropolitan Opera, New York.

Born in Warsaw, he studied at the Academy of Music and started building his repertoire in performances with the Warsaw Chamber Opera and at the Warsaw National Theatre, where he made his debut in 2002 singing the title role in “Eugene Onegin”, of which Polish Music Journal reported “…Artur Rucinski’s beautiful singing and lyric quality was the highlight of the evening”. Soon followed invitations to sing with Valery Gerghiev “Prinz Jelecky” in The Qeen of Spades,title role in Onegin and “Valentin” in a new Robert Wilson production of Faust…

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UPCOMING PERFORMANCES

13
May
Opera na Zamku, Szczecin

RECITAL
Marek Ruszczyński – piano
Dvořák – Biblical songs op. 99
selected arias

21
May
Wiener Konzerthaus, Großer Saal, Vienna, Austria

Dvorák 10 BIBLICAL SONGS op. 99
ORF Radio-Symphonieorchester Wien
Cornelius Meister (conductor)

17
Jul
Gran Teatre del Liceu, Barcelona, Spain

Verdi IL TROVATORE
Conte di Luna