Nicolas ZIÉLINSKI Contre-ténor
Nicolas ZIÉLINSKI Contre-ténor

Nicolas ZIÉLINSKI Biography


After studies of violin Nicolas Ziélinski begins to sing to the Academy of Valenciennes (France).

He learns the stage work by theater then opera and obtains his "Medaille d'or" mention "very well" unanimously. He integrates the "Ecole Normale Supérieure de Musique de Paris" into the Daniel Ottevaere's class, he obtains a BESTEGUI's scholarship and the support of ZALESKI's Foundation. Nicolas Ziélinski also did his training course in the opera studio of Brussels "La Monnaie" in the "Musical Chapel Queen Elisabeth" in Brussels, where he perfected himself in particular with José Van Dam and other renowned artists.


He is a prize-winner of some competitions as those of Verviers on 2007 (First Grand Prix awarded unanimously, Public's prize); of Levallois Paris (First Grand Prix) and Vivonne (young male hope prize, Public's Prize, Prize of "De Vive Voix"'s friends).


He participates at a lot of Master-class in particular with June Anderson, José Van Dam, Helmut Deutsch, Jocelyn Dienst, Yvon Repérant and develops his knowledge of the various repertories and the requirement of the stage.


We have already seen him:


In Staatsoper of Berlin in The Rake's Progress  (Baba the turk) of I. Stravinsky.

Dir. I. Metzmacher; staged: K. Warlikowski.


In the Royal Theatre of Madrid (Spain) in the recital

"Madness and magic of G.F. Händel's opera's heroes". Dir. Eduardo López Banzo.


In the Royal Opera of Wallonie (Liège) in:

Die Fledermaus  (Prince Orlofsky) of J. Strauss, dir. Dmitri Jurowski; Staged: JL Grinda.

Paride ed Elena  (Paride) of C.W. Gluck, dir. Filippo Maria Bressan; Staged Andrea Cigni.

Fairy Queen  of H. Purcell, dir. Sebastien Rouland; Staged: Deda Colonna.


In "La Monnaie" of Brussels (Belgium) in "Little England", dir. Leo Hussain.


In Brussels for the creation of Chris Christoffels' Theseus  (Theseus) in honour of Greece's presidency to the European Union (in 2010); for the creation of Chris Christoffels' Stabat Mater  in honour of Sweden's presidency to the European Union, dir Michaël Guttman (in 2009).


In numerous concerts and recitals like Pietrasanta's festival, Italia (dir. Michaël Guttman) ; Ulgueira's festival, Portugal ; Stabat Mater  of G.B. Pergolesi; Stabat Mater  of A.Vivaldi; Carmina Burana  (the Swan) of C. Orff; E. Satie's concerts; La Belle Hélène  (Oreste) of J. Offenbach; Cendrillon  (le Prince Charmant) of J. Massenet; Mozart's Requiem ; C. St Saëns Requiem.

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