'Kamil Bien introduced two lyrical arias, as Ottavio 'Il mio tesoro' as well
as Titus 'Del piu sublime Soglio'. He sang them in his soft and delicious voice'.
Kamil has performed extensively and has won numerous prizes. In 2021 Kamil will return to The Grange Festival to perform the roles of Edmondo, Lampionaio and Maestro di Ballo in Manon Lescaut. Previously, he performed the role of Don Curzio in The Grange Festival's production of Le Nozze di Figaro (2019), Alemric in Iolanta during the Les Azuriales Festival (2019). At the RNCM Kamil performed the roles of Messenger and Interpreter in Pilgrim's Progress and Le Prince Charmant in Cendrillon. He has also appeared in Lehar's The Merry Widow and Weill's Street Scene.
In 2016, he was awarded 3rd Prize in the Junior category at the A. Dvorak Vocal Competition in Karlovy Vary, as well as the George Fischer Prize for the best interpretation of a Mozart aria. That year, he has also won Poland's Ars et Gloria International Vocal Competition of Sacred Music and the Jan Kiepura Prize. Furthermore, he is the holder of the Young Singer's Prize from the R. Zandonai International Competition, the Kerry-Keane Young Junior Prize at Les Azuriales Festival as well as the James Martin Onken Song Prize.
Kamil attended masterclasses led by Ron Morris (GSMD, RNCM), Dennis O'Neill, Thomas Heyer (HfMDK in Franfkurt), James Platt (London), Matthias Rexroth, Eytan Pessen and Isabella Klosinska (ENOA Warsaw), Tobias Truniger (Munich Opera House), Pawel Sobierajski (Katowice, Poland), Ryszard Karczykowski, etc. He has performed with a number of ensembles including the Prague National Theatre Orchestra, Karlovy Vary Symphony Orchestra, the Silesian Philharmonic in Katowice and in Zabrze.
Kamil received his Bachelor's degree from the Royal Northern College of Music, where he studied with Nicholas Powell and his Master's degree from the Guildhall School of Music and drama under Professor Janice Chapman.
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