Hubert Stolarski graduated from the Ignacy Jan Paderewski Music Academy in Poznań in the class of prof. Ryszard Karczykowski. While he was still a student he was invited to cooperate as a guest singer with the Poznań Opera Theatre, where he had the opportunity to participate in several productions.
After graduation he was associated with the Music Theater in Poznan, where he sang a leading role in the following operettas: Alfred in “Die Fledermaus” by J. Strauss, Orpheus in “Orphée aux enfers” by J. Offenbach, Camille de Rosillon in “Die Lustige Witwe” by F. Lehar.
Since the season 2014/2015 he has become a solist of the Opera na Zamku in Szczecin. He performed following parties: as Nemorino in “L’elisir d’amore” by G. Donizetti (2015), as Tassilo in the operetta “Grafin Mariza” E. Kalman (2014), as Alfred in “La Traviata” by G. Verdi (2016) and as Quint in “The Turn of the Screw” by Britten (2016).
He also cooperates with many Philharmonics where so far he made several opera recitals and concerts of sacred music. The most important of them were Nelson Messe J. Haydn (Festival Jerzy Waldorff in Radziejowice, 2011), Carmina Burana by Carl Orff (National Philharmonic in Warsaw, Katowice NOSPR, 2015).
His most significant professional event was also taking part in the first historical recording of polish opera “Zamek na Czorsztynie” of Karol Kurpiński for DUX Recording Producers together with the Sinfonia Iuventus orchestra.
In his artistic career he has cooperated with such renowned conductors as: Tadeusz Kozlowski, Jose Maria Florencio, Tadeusz Wojciechowski, Mieczyslaw Nowakowski, Agnieszka Nagórka, Marc Minkowski, Łukasz Borowicz, Paul Przytocki, Jerzy Swoboda, Jerzy Wołosiuk, Marek Mos, Warcisław Kunc, Adam Klocek, Jacek Rogala, Adam Banaszak, Marcin Sompoliński and Aurelio Canonici.
And directors: Michał Znaniecki, Natalia Babińska, Jaroslaw Kilian, Ignacio Garcia, Natalia Korczakowska, Artur Hofman and Waldemar Zawodziński.