A student of Professor Włodzimierz Zalewski, Remigiusz Łukomski has won many accolades at international singing competitions. He regularly appears on many Polish and international opera stages.
Operatic highlights include: King Marke in Tristan und Isolde, Mephisopheles in Faust, Sarastro in The Magic Flute, Gremin in Egene Onegin, Skołuba in The Haunted Manor, Prince Iven Khovansky in Khovanshchina, Bartolo in The Marriage of Figaro, Colline in La Bohème, Il Commendatore in Don Giovanni, Sparafucile in Rigoletto.
He made a debut at the Teatr Wielki – Polish National Opera singing Sarastro (2006), which triggered a long-standing collaboration and appearances in Wozzeck, La Bohème, W krainie czarodziejskiego fletu (a rendition of Mozart’s The Magic Flute) after, Elektra, The Haunted Manor, Don Giovanni, Carmen, La Traviata, Turandot, or Nabucco. He has also performed at the Deutsche Nationaltheater und die Staatskapelle Weimar (Rigoletto, Tristan und Isolde, Don Giovanni, Faust, Eugene Onegin, Khovanshchina, The Fiery Angel, The Marriage of Figaro), Kraków Opera (Don Giovanni, The Love for Three Oranges, The Haunted Manor), Poznań Opera House (La Bohème), Wrocław Opera (Don Giovanni), Latvian National Opera (Don Giovanni), Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic (The Magic Flute, Carmen).
He has worked with directors such as: Willy Decker, Mariusz Treliński, Ahim Fryer, Grzegorz Jarzyna, Maciej Prus, Krzysztof Warlikowski, Michał Znaniecki, Karsten Wiegand, Andrea Moses, Agata Duda-Gracz, or Christian Sedelmayer, and the following conductors: Jacek Kaspszyk, Antoni Wit, Kazimierz Kord, Michał Klauza, Tadeusz Kozłowski, Tomasz Tokarczyk, Łukasz Borowicz, Bassem Akiki, Antoni Wicherek, Stefan Solyom, Martin Hoff, Enrique Mazzola, Carlo Montanaro, Willem Crutchfield, Jari Hämäläinen, and Felix Bender.
He has sung concerts with NOSPR and performed at Poland’s leading philharmonic halls as well as in Europe and the USA. From 2009 to 2014 he was a collaborator of the Deutsches National Theater Weimar.
Remigiusz Łukomski has partaken in Poland’s biggest festivals, including the Ludwig van Beethoven Easter Festival. He has made many recordings, e.g. of Verdi’s Falstaff, Cherubini’s Lodoïska, and Penderecki’s Credo with the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra.
Photo: archive of the Teatr Wielki – Polish National Opera