The Czech Baritone Filip Bandžak, was born in Pardubice.
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Filip Bandžak’s quality singing was first awarded at the “European Grand Prix” in the Spanish Tolosa in 1998. He was schooled in 2005 at the Russian Academy of Theatrical Arts in Moscow (GITIS), where he studied under the vocal tuition of Professors Iurii Vedeneyev, Svetlana Varguzova and Rozetta Nemchinskaya. Nowadays Mr. Bandžak cooperates in Vienna with Prof. Kammersänger Evgeni Nesterenko.
2012: La bohème, L’elisir d’amore, Die lustige Witwe, Eugene Onegin, Carmina Burana, Il barbiere di Siviglia – Prague; Carmen – Toulon; concerts in Russia.
2013: Die lustige Witwe, Don Quichotte -
Since then, he bolstered his musical experience appearing in opera houses and concert stages in Germany, Austria, Slovakia, France, Italy, Greece, Hungary, Spain, Estonia, Canada, Slovenia, Poland, Russia, Ukraine, Malaysia, Singapore, and China. He has appeared in some international music festivals: Harbin International Music Festival, International Opera festival Miskolc – Bartók, Moscow International Music Festival The King´s Tournament, Montreal Jeunes Ambassador, Peter Dvorský International Music Festival, Tallin Opera festival, Samara International Music festival of the Organ music -
He has been awarded in many international competitions:
C. Gounod: Faust — Valentin
G. Donizetti: L´elisir d´amore — Belcore
G. Donizetti: Lucia di Lammermoor — Lord Enrico Ashton
F. Lehár: The Merry Widow — Danilo Danilovitsch (Czech and Italian)
R. Leoncavallo: I Pagliacci — Silvio
P.I. Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin — Eugene Onegin
J. Massenet: Don Quichotte — Sancho Panza
M. Musorgskij: Boris Godunov — Andrey Shchelkalov
C. Orff: Carmina Burana
G. Puccini: La bohème — Marcello
S. Rachmaninov: Aleko — Aleko
G. Rossini: Il barbiere di Siviglia — Figaro
P.I. Tchaikovsky: The Queen of Spades — Prince Yeletsky
P.I. Tchaikovsky: Iolanta — Robert