Graduated at the Warsaw Academy of Music, Department of Singing and Drama, and the University of Warsaw with a focus on management of cultural institutions. Since 1990 soloist at the Great Theater of the Warsaw National Opera. Winner of Polish and international singing competitions. During his 30-year artistic career he has performed on all opera and philharmonic stages in Poland and many around the world. His repertoire includes around 70 opera works as well as many oratorio and cantata parts.
In almost 2,000 performances he had the honor of working with the best Polish singers, the most renowned conductors and the best Polish directors. One of the artist’s extraordinary achievements is the performance of all of Krzysztof Penderecki’s oratorio works under the direction of the composer. Lecturer at the University of Music since 2014. F. Nowowiejski in Bydgoszcz and the branch of the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Białystok. Chairman and member of the jury of national singing competitions as well as initiator and director of the “Bogdan Paprocki” singing competition in Bydgoszcz. Winner of the first edition of the “Ad Astra” Prize of the Minister of Culture and Arts. In 2011 he received the silver medal for services to culture “Gloria Artis” from the Minister of Culture and National Heritage and the badge “Honoris Gratia” from the President of the City of Kraków.
He made his debut in 1990 in the premiere of “Little Chimney Sweeper” by B. Britten at the Grand Theater of the National Opera. In this theater he expanded his opera repertoire (he currently has around 70 opera roles) and continues to work as a soloist to this day.
In 1991 he received an honorable mention ex equo with Piotr Beczała in the singing competition. Ady Sari won third prize at the International Singing Competition in Nowy Sącz in 1992. St. Moniuszko in Warsaw and became a finalist in the “Belvedere” International Opera Competition in Vienna in 1995.