Darina Gapicz

Darina Gapicz

She graduated with distinction from Faculty of Vocal and Acting at Academy of Music in Bydgoszcz in 2008, in prof. Leszek Skrla’s class. She also finished course of Vocal Jazz Music there.

2008-2010 – she was working with Music Theatre in Lublin
2008-2010 – she was working with Opera Nova in Bydgoszcz
2009-2012 – she was a soloist at Music Theatre in Gdynia and working with Grand Theatre in Łódź
2012 – soloist at Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic
Since 2013 she is a soloist at Opera Nova in Bydgoszcz.

She was singing in musical “The Doll” (based on B. Prus novel) as Izabela Łęcka and Monty Python’s musical “Spamalot” as Lady Of The Lake at Music Theatre in Gdynia. She made first Polish performance (and also recording) of “Crying Guitar” by Minkov (Bydgoszcz, 2008). She was invited to participate in many music festivals in Europe and even Middle East. She took part in concerts and master classes held by professor Teresa Żylis-Gara. She also finished IV International Vocal Master Class of Baroque Music held by maestro Paula Esswood in Florence (2005).
In 2003-2005 she performed at Polish Theatre in Bydgoszcz, f. ex. in "The Tragedy of King Richard the III" by Shakespeare and "Auto da Compadecída" by Suassun.



At our stage she sang those parts:

  • Hansel at “Hansel and Gretel” by Humperdinck (inauguration of XV Bydgoszcz Opera Festival in 2008)
  • Laura in “La Gioconda” by Ponchielli (inauguration of XVII Bydgoszcz Opera Festival in 2010)
  • Ježibaba in „Rusalka” by Dvořák (inauguration of XIX Bydgoszcz Opera Festival in 2012)
  • III Lady in „The Magic Flute” by Mozart
  • Zofia in “Halka” by Moniuszko (inauguration of XX Bydgoszcz Opera Festival in 2013)
  • Santuzza and Lola in “Cavalleria rusticana” by Mascagni
  • Sylvia Varesco in “Die Csárdásfürstin” by Kálmán (dir. W. Adamczyk)
  • Maddalena in “Rigoletto” by Verdi (dir. N. Babińska)
  • Margarita in “La damnation de Faust” by Berlioz (dir. M. Prus)
  • Princess of Ebola in “Don Carlos” by Verdi (dir. W. Nurkowski)
  • Fenena in “Nabucco” by Verdi
  • Jadwiga in “The Haunted Manor” by Moniuszko

She also sings in our New Year’s Concerts.