Hubert Stolarski

Tenor

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 "A beautiful, strong and deep voice..." - Niby-tygodnik. 

Hubert had his debut in 2009 as Laerte in the opera “Hamlet" by Thomas with the Poznan Opera House. He began work with several theatres such as the National Opera in Warsaw, Poznan Opera House, Silesian Opera House, Castle Opera House in Szczecin, Baltic Opera House in Gdańsk, Theater Vorpommern (Stralsund, Greifswald, Germany), Comedy Theater and Chamber Opera House in St. Petersburg (St. Petersburg, Russia), UNESCO (Paris, France ), NOSPR (Katowice, Poland).

Some of his most noted repertoire includes Nemorino from “L'elisir D'amore”, Alfredo from “La Traviata”, Tamino from “Die Zauberflote", Peter Quinn from "The Turn of the Screw, Remendado from “Carmen”, Alfredo from “Die Fledermaus", Tassilo from “Grafin Mariza”, Edvin from “Die Csardasfurstin", Camille de Rosillon from “Die Lustige Witwe" as well as soloist in Carmina Burana and Rossini’s "Stabat Mater". He also participated in several radio and television broadcasts, and had taken part in a recordings of Karol Kurpiński's opera "Zamek na Czorsztynie" for DUX Recording together with the Sinfonia Iuventus Orchestra.

In 2019/2020 Hubert performed in two prestigious music-theater festivals, “The Wuzhen Theater Festival" in China, where he performed in “The Fairy Queen" by by Purcell, and “The Festival Opera Tiegre" in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he stared as Franek in the opera "Flis" by Moniuszko.

In 2019 Hubert received the Mazovia Marshal’s Award for his work for culture and the arts.