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The Polish bass Wojciech Gierlach completed his studies at the Fryderyk Chopin Music Academy in Warsaw in 2001, and has won many international prizes, including the Caruso Prize in Milan. He has made guest appearances at notable houses, including the Teatr Wielki and Warsaw Chamber Opera, and at theatres in Lisbon, Dublin, Capetown, Klagenfurt, Bari, Oviedo, Pisa, Ravenna and Cremona. He has taken part in the festivals of Aix-en-Provence, Pesaro, La Coruña and Klosterneuburg. His broad operatic repertoire ranges from Handel’s Imeneo (the title rôle and Argenio), to Mozart’s Don Giovanni, Carnicer’s Il dissoluto punito (Commendatore), Rimsky-Korsakov’s Mozart and Salieri (Salieri) and Puccini’s La Bohème (Colline). His rôles in Rossini have included Mustafà in Litaliana in Algeri, Assur, Alidoro, Lord Sidney and Don Profondo. He is also known as an oratorio singer and recitalist. At the Rossini in Wildbad Festival he has appeared as Mustafà in Mosca’s Litaliana in Algeri, Don Basilio in Il barbiere di Siviglia and the Gouverneur in Le Comte Ory, with Zambri and the rôle of Mirteo in Meyerbeer’s Semiramide.

Role: Classical Artist 
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