Piotr Beczała is not slowing down. Two productions at the Metropolitan Opera and a recital tour in South America – the artist’s schedule for the first half of 2022 promises to be interesting.

Piotr Beczała has long emphasized that performing at the New York Metropolitan Opera gives him a lot of enjoyment; it was no different this time. After a successful debut in the role of Manrico in Giuseppe Verdi’s „Il Trovatore”, which premiered on October 24 at the Opernhaus Zurich, Piotr Beczała flew to New York. The artist ended 2021 with a beautiful New Year’s Eve premiere of Verdi’s “Rigoletto”. Performing on the stage of the New York opera house after an almost two-year break was a great joy for Piotr Beczała, which the singer openly shared in interviews and on his social media profiles.

Year 2022 promises to be just as busy for Beczała. At the end of February, Bayerische Staatsoper viewers will be able to hear him in one of his most applauded roles – Cavaradossi in Puccini’s “Tosca”. In March, the artist will return to New York, where he will perform as Lensky in 6 performances of Metropolitan Opera Production of Tchaikovsky’s „Eugene Onegin”.

In spring, the singer will finally visit the countries of South America, where, together with the great pianist Camillo Radicke, he will perform several recitals in Bogota, Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires. This is certainly fantastic news for the South American fans who have been, for a long time, asking when the artist will finally come to their area.

The detailed schedule of Piotr Beczała can be found here.

Photo: ©A Bofill / Gran Teatre del Liceu / Recital with Sarah Tysman – 03/02/2022


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