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Tomasz Tracz tenor

Graduated from the soloist class at the Academy of Music in Wroclaw, Poland. Continued his studies at the Universität für Musik und Darstellende Kunst w Graz, Austria. Studied singing under polish tenor Kazimierz Myrlak.

He made his opera debut in 2009 in Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro staged in the Wrocław Opera.

In the season 2010/2011 he was engaged by The Musical Theater in Poznan, where he performed numerous operetta and musical roles.

From 2012 to 2015 engaged by Podlaska Opera and Philharmonic – European Art Centre in Białystok. He most successful role was the Tormentor in Ch. Williams’ Korczak which won many awards.

In 2013, during the 20th Opera Festival in Bydgoszcz he sang in the world premiere of Poiesis, by contemporary composer Przemyslaw Zych. Later this year he took part in the polish prapremiere of Offenbach’s Robinson Crusoe in the Szczecin Opera. The same year he made his debut as Alfredo in La Traviata at The Leszno Music Festival.

In December 2014 he participated in the supershows of Die Fledermaus arranged by Sudeten Philharmonic.

In the season 2015/2016 he sang Ferrando in Cosi fan tutte in Vienna Akzent Theater and Moniuszko’s Haunted Manor in London’s POSK. He took part in the supershows of Der Zigeunerbaron in Jahrhunderthalle in Wroclaw. He was also invited to take part in the Tra cielo e terra festival in Roma. The same year he started singing in the Strauss Gala annual tour of Polish Philharmonic halls.

In 2016/2017 he was singing Remendado in Carmen during the Summer Opera Festival in Poland. Later this year he sang Dzidzi in Moniuszko’s Hrabina in London’s POSK. He also took part in the open-air performance tour of Nabucco in Poland and Germany.

In 2018 The Warsaw Chamber Opera engaged him to sing in Rossini’s Il turco in Italia. He also sang Carnival Operetta Galas in Vienna and Budapest. The same year he was invited to sing in Die Entführung aus dem Serail in the Warsaw Chamber Opera and in La finta giardiniera in the Opera Slaska in Bytom.