Marcin HUTEK  Baritone


Since the season 2020/2021 the young baritone is a member of the ensemble of the Bremerhaven City Theatre. Here,he portrays such roles as ESCAMILLO in 'Carmen', the title part of DER KAISER VON ATLANTIS, DR. ALBERT FELGENTREU in Glanert’s ‘Oceane’, SCHEMIL in ‘Les Contes d’Hoffmann’,...

In 2017 he was a Prize Winner of the International Singing Contest of the Castle Rheinsberg Chamber Opera, where he succeeded as ESCAMILLO in Bizet's 'Carmen'. The good-looking baritone portrayed the title part in Mozart's 'Don Giovanni' at the Royal Łazienki Music Festival in cooperation with the Wielki Theatre Warsaw. At the Winterthur Theatre(Switzerland) he had guest performances as GUGLIELMO in 'Cosi fan tutte'. Before, he had already made his successful debut as SCHAUNARD in Karen Stone's production at the Baltycka Opera , Gdansk. Recently, he was celebrated as CONTE ALMAVIVA at the Teatr Wielki Poznan, where he also regularly sings COUNT CEPRANO in 'Rigoletto' and CURIO in Haendel's 'Guilio Cesare'. He also had successful guest performances at the Wroclawska Opera as BRIGHELLA in Wagner's 'Das Liebesverbot'. The Polish Music Magazine teatralny commented his performance as follows:

Marcin Hutek in the role of Brighella was truly sensational. He convinced with his wonderful voice and his extraordinary comedian talent. A fierce, but at the same time funny portrayal of the representative of the arbitrary system.

The young Polish baritone studied singing at the Zurich Academy of Arts with Prof. Jane Thorner. He completed his studies with master classes with Klaus Häger, Hartmut Höll, Kaludi Kaludov and Bruno Pola. The artist is a Prizewinner of several singing contests: he won the 1st Prize and 3 distinctions at the IV. Karol Kurpiński Contest in Włoszakowice (2008),the 3rd Prize and 2 distinctions at Jan, Edward and Józefina Reszke Contest in Częstochowa (2009) and the Kiwnis Contest Zürich (2011).

Marcin Hutek made his stage debut at the Opera Festival Bad Hersfeld as BOY in Mozart's 'Die Zauberflöte'. As a baritone, he debuted at the Altusried Festival in the role of PALI in Strauß' 'Der Zigeunerbaron'. In 2009 he made his debut at the Berlin Concert House in Carl Loewe's 'Das Sühneopfer des neuen Bundes'. At the Zürich Festival of Arts the singer had guest performances as MERCENARY in Hartmann's 'Simplicius Simplicissimus', as a result of which he was re-engaged as TIRIDATE in Haendel's 'Radamisto'. In 2011 he sang in the world premiere of Clinton Haycraft's 'Return of Osiris'. In 2012 he made his debut as ERNESTO VOLMAR at the Teatro Helena Sá e Costa in Porto (Portugal) in Donizettis' 'Alina, Regina di Golconda'.

Marcin Hutek works with conductors such as Wilhelm Keitel, Siegfried Heinrich, Tadeusz Kozłowski, Marcin Nałęcz- Niesiołowski, Gabriel Chmura, Jerzy Salwarowski, and Pierre-Alain Monot.

Future engagements take him to the Wroclawska Opera , where he sings once again JANUSZ in Moniuszko's 'Halka'.


Stadttheater Bremerhaven – Rusalka – HEGER/JÄGER
Marcin Hutek (Gamekeeper/Hunter) contributed to the success with melodious tones.
DAS OPERNGLAS 2/ 2024, M. Wilks
Stadtheater Bremerhaven – Hänsel und Gretel – PETER
The role of father Peter portrayed by Marcin Hucek with his pretty clear baritone voice were safe in his hands. With „Eine Hex‘ steinalt haust tief im Wald“ he succeeded in creating a suggestive witch incantation.
Der Opernfreund
Stadttheater Bremerhaven - Viktoria und ihr Husar – JOHN CUNLIGHT
With Marcin Hutek (John Cunlight) and Alexander Geller (Stefan Koltay), both Victoria’s husbands were perfectly casted.
OPERNGLAS 03/2022, M.Lehnert
Marcin Hutek as Viktoria’s husband John Cunlight brilliantly succeeds in letting the noblesse of his baritone voice flow into his role portrayal.
Kammeroper Schloss Rheinsberg - Carmen - ESCAMILLO
With the lyrical baritone singer Marcin Hutek, torero Escamillo, who vies with him for Carmen’s favor, is in good hands.
Opera Breslau - Halka - JANUSZ
Opera Posen - Galakonzert
Festival der Künste Zürich - Radamisto - TRIDATE
Opera Breslau - Widma - GUSLARZ
Opera Breslau - Widma - GUSLARZ
Opera Breslau - Widma - GUSLARZ
Oper Breslau - Widma - GUSLARZ
Kammeroper Schloss Rheinsberg - Carmen - ESCAMILLO