Hubert Stolarski


He graduated from the I.J Paderewski Music Academy in Poznań, where he studied with Ks. Ryszard Karczykowski. 

He made his debut as Laerte in the A. Thomas’s opera „Hamlet” under the guidance of maestro Tadeusz Kozłowski at the Grand Theater in Poznań.
Winner of Verein Opera Classic Night Competition in Switzerland.
He cooperates with theatres in Poland, Europe, and Russia, i.a. National Opera in Warsaw, Poznan Opera House, Silesian Opera House, Castle Opera House in Szczecin, Baltic Opera House in Gdańsk, Theater Vorpommern (Stralsund, Greifswald, Germany), Comedy Theater and Chamber Opera House in St. Petersburg (St. Petersburg, Russia).

His repertoire includes Nemorino from L’elisir d’amore, Tamino from Die Zauberflote, Peter Quint from The Turn of the Screw, Alfred from La Traviata, Alfredo from Die Fledermaus, Tassilo from Grafin Mariza, Edvin from Die Csardasfurstin, Camille de Rosillon from Die Lustige Witwe as well C. Orff’s Carmina Burana and G. Rossini’s Stabat Mater.

In 2013 together with the Sinfonia Iuventus Orchestra, he took a part in recordings of Karol Kurpiński’s opera „Zamek na Czorsztynie” for DUX Recordings, which was the first historical record of this opera.
In the past Season 2019/2020 he participated in two music festivals. „Wuzhen Theater Festival” in China, where he appeared in the musical adaptation of Michał Znaniecki’s „The Fairy Queen” by H. Purcell, and ”Festival Opera Tigre” in Buenos Aires, where he performed the main role of Franek in the opera „Flis” by S. Moniuszko performed for the celebrations of 200th anniversary of composer.

His recent engagement was in the new production of the Lehár’s Die Lustige Witwe where he has sung Camille de Rossilion at the Opera and Philharmonic in Białystok.




B.Britten: The Little Sweep, Clem
B.Britten: The Turn of the Screw, Quint
G.Donizetti: L’elisir D’amore, Nemorino
G.Donizetti: Don Pasquale, Ernesto*
W.A.Mozart: Apollo et Hyacinthus, Oebalus
W.A.Mozart: Die Entführung aus dem serail, Belmonte
W.A.Mozart: Die Zauberflöte, Tamino
W.A.Mozart: Don Giovanni, Don Ottavio
R.Leoncavallo: Pagliacci, Beppe
A.Thomas: Hamlet, Laerte
P. Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin, Lensky

F. Lehar: Die lustige Witwe, Camille de Rosillon
J. Strauss: Die Fledermaus, Alfred
I. Kálmán: Csardasfurstin, Edvin
I. Kálmán: Gräfin Mariza, Tassilo

K. Szymanowski: III Symfonia “Pieśni o nocy”
C. Orff: Carmina Burana
G. Rossini: Petite messe solennell
G. Rossini: Stabat Mater
*In preparation