テノール歌手:ヤン・ペトリカ Jan Petryka

Jan Petryka (born in Warsaw) is a Polish-Austrian operatic tenor.

Life

The son of a family of musicians, he came to Austria at the age of five and received his first cello lessons at the age of nine at the Bruckner Conservatory in Linz with Andreas Pozlberger. He graduated from the Linz Music High School, after which he completed his studies in cello concert at the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz. He took his first singing lessons with Gertrud Schulz in Linz, then moved to the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna, where he graduated with distinction in solo singing with Rotraud Hansmann, as well as song and oratorio with Kammersangerin Marjana Lipov?ek. He was taught music-dramatic performance by Didier von Orlowsky and Uwe Theimer.

Petryka has won numerous prizes, both as a solo cellist and as a chamber musician. As a lyric tenor, he has developed a broad repertoire and has sung together with the Arnold Schoenberg Choir, the Haydn Sinfonietta Vienna, the Chorus sine nomine, the Bruckner Orchestra Linz and the Mozarteum Orchestra Salzburg, the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra (RSO), the Neue Oper Wien and at the Vorarlberger Landestheater in Bregenz. In 2013 he made his debut at the Opera National de Lyon as Tamino in Mozart's Magic Flute.

In the field of sacred music, his solo performances range from Franco-Flemish vocal polyphony, Johann Sebastian Bach's cantata works, the oratorios and masses of the Viennese classics to contemporary compositions. Jan Petryka has performed at several important festivals, including Aix-en-Provence, the Styriarte and the Richard Wagner Festival Wels. CD recordings have taken place as Aret in Haydn's Philemon and Baucis or in the title role in Franz Schubert's opera fragment Adrast with the Harmony of Nations Baroque Orchestra. At the 2013 Osterklang Festival in Vienna, Petryka sang the tenor arias in the St. Matthew Passion. He completed a concert tour with the Musiciens du Louvre under Marc Minkowski. In 2014 he made a guest appearance at the Theater an der Wien - as part of Claus Guth's dramatisation of Lazarus - with the tenor solo in Schubert's Nachthelle (D892).

Wikipedia

inserted by FC2 system