Piotr Beczała

Piotr Beczała
Salzburger Festspiele 2012 - La boheme.jpg
in La Boheme 2012
Born(1966-12-28) 28 December 1966 (age 50)
OccupationOpera singer (tenor)


Piotr Beczała (given birth to Dec 28, 1966) is a Polish operatic tenor.


Beczała was created in Czechowice-Dziedzice in southern Poland and initially been trained in Katowice. He analyzed under Sena Jurinac in Switzerland. His 1st engagements were using the Linz Condition Theater from 1992 to 1997, and he became a normal person in Zurich Opera. Between 2004 and 2006, Beczała produced several major worldwide home debuts. In Apr 2004, he produced his debut at London's Royal Opera Home as the Italian Tenor in Der Rosenkavalier, later on returning in Oct of that 12 months in the name function of Faust, after that in June 2005 as the Duke in Rigoletto, and in Sept 2006, once again in Faust. In November 2004, he produced his SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Opera and American debut as Lensky in Eugene Onegin. Beczała's La Scala debut emerged in January 2006 as the Duke in Rigoletto, the function where he also produced Metropolitan Opera debut on Dec 19, 2006. In 2007, Beczała was honored the Munich Opera Celebration Prize.In 2012/2013, Beczała reprised his function as the Duke in Michael Mayer's brand-new "Rat Pack" production of Rigoletto on the Met. Carrying out a hostile reception through the loggionisti on the opening nights the 2013/14 La Scala period in La traviata, Beczała announced his refusal ever to surface in another creation at La Scala.Beczała's business recordings add a Farao Classics saving of La traviata (seeing that Alfredo Germont), and the entire tracks of Karol Szymanowski.