Marcin Bronikowski


"Marcin Bronikowski's hot blooded Alfio gives crisp and fierce performances."
— Theater Scenes, Auckland (NZ)

"Rodolfo paled by comparison with Marcin Bronikowski, a Marcello whose baritone radiated immense warmth and conviction with seemingly little effort (…)"
— Opera Magazine - UK

"The outstanding performance comes from the fine Polish baritone Marcin Bronikowski who brings total authority to Marcello vocally, plus a relaxed acting style that radiates humour, sincerity and warmth." — What's on Stage, England


Born in Warsaw, Poland, Baritone Marcin Bronikowski began his illustrious career as a leading exponent of the baritone repertoire. Among Mr. Bronikowski's numerous awards include prestigious ones such as First Prize in the "Julian Gayarre International Singing Competition" in Pamplona, Spain; First Prize in the "International Singing Competition" in Bilbao, Spain; distinction at the "Cardiff Singers of the World" '93; Third Prize in the "International Singing Competition" in Vérviérs, Belgium; at the "Moniuszko International Competition" in Warsaw and at the "UNISA International Competition" in Pretoria (RSA); he received the Silver Ace Award from the "Polish Promotion Corporation" in Warsaw; Fourth Prize in the "Queen Sonya Inetrnational Music Competiton" in Oslo, Norway and First Prize in the "Mirjam Helin" International Vocal Competition in Helsinki, Finland.

Mr. Bronikowski has also shared the stage with such distinguished artists such as, Jose Carreras, Edita Gruberova, Andrea Bocelli, Denyce Graves, Sonia Ganassi, Miriam Gauci, Leontina Vaduva, Ewa Podles, Simone Alaimo, Fabio Armiliato, Wiliam Matteuzzi, Juan Diego Florez, Rolando Villazon, Joseph Calleja, Raul Gimenez, Marcello Giordani, Michele Pertusi, Jevgeni Nesterenko, among others. Mr. Bronikowski is a Laureate of Honorary Ace 1996 for his Artistic Achievements and Honorary Pearl 2010, given to him by the President of European Parlament, Ex-Prime Minister of the Republic of Poland Mr. Jerzy Buzek for "The Promotion of Polish Music in the World's Greatest Opera Stages".

Mr. Bronikowski’s recordings include Cecil Maria Stuarda with Bayerischer Rundfunk, Marcello Viotti and Edita Gruberova, "Nightingale", Zarete IL PARIA (Donizetti), "Bongiovanni", Bohuš JACOBIN (Dvořak), WDR Köln, Nevers LES HUGUENOTS (Mayerbeer), "Dynamic" and Radio & TV broadcasts in many countries.

Future engagements include gala concerts with Symphony of the Americas in Ft. Lauderdale, FL in the Spring of 2016, Il barbiere di Siviglia (Figaro) for Bergen Opera Festival in Norway and La Cenerentola (Dandini) at Danish Opera.


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