Mateusz Hoedt


fotografia artysty‘Polish bass Mateusz Hoedt let one hear, in his lyrical arioso of the Old Man from Aleko,’ what a promise he has for the future. Only 25 years old and already such a beautiful low range!’(opera 

Born in Wroclaw, Poland in 1990, Mateusz Hoed graduated with a Bachelor and Master degrees from the University of Music in Wrocław, where he studied with Professor Bogdan Makal. From 2014 to 2016 he was a member of the Opera Academy, the young talent development programme of the Polish National Opera, where he trained with Eytan Pessen among others. In the 2016/2017 and 2017/2018 seasons he was also a member of the Paris Opera Academy. 

He has sung: Die Gatte in Reigen (Opera National de Paris), Bryndas in Cracovians and Highlanders (Teatr Wielki, Warsaw; Łódź Grand Theatre), Masetto and Commendatore in Don Giovanni (Verbier Festival), Pinellino in Gianni Schicchi (Opera National de Paris), Don Alvar in Les Indes Galantes, Thomassini in Au travers du mur, Waterman in Rusalka, Old Gipsy in Aleko, Dbalski in Agatka, czyli przyjazd pana

He has also performed the ensemble parts of Bartolo, Antonio, Don Alfonso and Rocco in concert versions of the operas at the Opéra Bastille, the Palace Garnier and the Beyruth Festival 

He has performed in concert at the Opéra Bastille and Palais Garnier, Paris, Teatr Wielki, Warsaw, Verbier Festival, Pamplona Philharmonic Hall, Wrocław Philharmonic Hall, Jelenia Góra Philharmonic Hall, Wratislavia Cantans Festival, NOSPR in Katowice, and the Paderewski Centre. 

He has sung Verdi;s Messa di requiem (Pampolona, Pau), Mozart’s Requiem in D minor (Lourdes), Faure’s Requiem in D minor Op. 48, Mozart’s Coronation Mass KV 317, E. Astorga’s Stabat Mater, A. Bononcini’s Stabat Mater.( Wratislavia Cantans). He has also performed with the Land Forces Representation Orchestra in Wrocław. 

He took part in master classes including the Russian Summer School in ’s-Hertogenbosch, the Verbier Festival Academy, and workshops at the Teatr Wielki,Warsaw. He has received lessons from such artists and professors as Eytan Pessen, Rudolf Piernay, Richard Cross, Neil Shicoff, Sergei P. Leiferkus, Larisa Diadkova, Artur Ruciński, Andrzej Dobber, Izabella Kłosińska, Benjamin Bale, Peter Kooy, Dan Ettinger, Elena Pankratova, Bryn Tefel, and Ildar Abrazakov.