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BOESMANS-Die Reigen-Alfred

BRITTEN-Midsummer Night's dream-Lysander

GOUNOD-Roméo et Juliette-Tybalt

MOZART-Cosi fan Tutte-Ferrando

MOZART-Die Zauberflöte-Tamino


ROSSINI-Il Signor Bruschino-Florville



WAGNER-Tristan und Isolde-Ein Hirt/Ein Seeman

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Born in Poland, graduate from the Poznan University (Physics Engineering), Maciej Kwaśnikowski began his singing studies with Robert Nakoneczny, before to joining the Warsaw Opera Academy at the Polish National Opera where he studies among others with Eytan Pessen. He was part of the Young Singers Project fo the Salzburger Festspiele, the Aix-en-Provence Festival Academy, the Paris National Opera Academy before joining for two years the Lindemann Young Artists Development Program at the New York Metropolitan Opera.

He has been studying voice with Neil Shicoff since 2016.


On stage, he sang Jacquino (Fidelio) at the Bad Hersfeld Festival (Germany), Florville (Il Signor Bruschino) in concert at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées under Enrique Mazzola’s baton, Alfred (Die Fledermaus), Lysander (Midsummer Night’s dream) and Alfred (Die Reigen) with the Paris National Opera Academy.

He has performed numerous tenor sections in oratorio works of Bach, Haendel, Mozart…, particularly Franz Schubert’s B Flat Major Mass with the Wiener Philharmoniker under Ricardo Muti’s Baton at the Salzburg Festival and in Munich with the Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Franz Schubert‘s E Flat major Mass with the  Camerata Salzburg with Franz Welser-Möst Mozart’s Coronation Mass under Roberto González-Monjas.’s baton at the Salzburg Festival.


More recently, he sang Ferrando (Cosi fan Tutte) in Dijon, Borsa (Rigoletto), the 4eme Knappe (Parsifal), 3. Jude (Salome), a Sailor and the Shepherd (Tristan und Isolde), the second Fossoyeur (Hamlet), Tybalt (Roméo et Juliette), Pang (Turandot), Gastone (Traviata) at the Paris National Opera.


Among his future projects, Rodriguez (Don Quichotte) and the 3. Jude (Salome) at the Paris National Opera, Pang (Turandot) in Vilnius,  Tamino (Die Zauberflöte) in Warsaw and in Tours…

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