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Tomáš Šelc


Tomáš Šelc made his debut in 2023 at the Prague National Theatre as Bartolo in Mozart's Le nozze di Figaro.

He graduated from the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava in the class of Prof. Petr Mikuláš. Before studying at the Academy of Performing Arts he studied opera singing and choral conducting at the Bratislava Conservatory. He attended a masterclass on Baroque music performance under Peter Schreier in Lübeck and a masterclass with Eva Marton in Budapest.

In 2013 he made his debut at the National Theatre Brno as Masetto (Mozart: Don Giovanni). At the National Theatre Brno he also performed the role of Visconte di Suze (Donizetti: Maria di Rohan) and Zuniga (Bizet: Carmen). In 2014 he made his debut at the Slovak National Theatre as Publio (Mozart: La clemenza di Tito). At the Slovak National Theatre he also performed the roles of the First Nazarene (Strauss: Salome), Taddeo (Paisiello: Il re Teodoro in Venezia) and Amantio/Spinelloccio (Puccini: Gianni Schicchi). In 2017 he made his debut at the National Moravian-Silesian Theatre in Ostrava as Agamemnon (Gluck: Iphigénie en Aulide). He also appeared at this theatre as Amantio/Spinelloccio (Gianni Schicchi). In 2020 he appeared at the Theater an der Wien and Opéra Royale Versailles as Borilée in the concert performance of Rameau's Les Boréades.

In 2013 he received the Student Personality of Slovakia Award in the Music and Arts category. In 2020, he received the Frico Kafenda Award for outstanding performances at home and abroad. Since 2006, he has regularly participated in domestic and foreign international singing competitions (Vráble, Trnava, Karlovy Vary, Kroměříž, Olomouc, Eger, Prague, Munich, Berlin), where he has won eight first prizes, one second and one third prize, as well as exceptional jury awards. He is a member of the prestigious choral and ensemble groups Collegium Vocale Gent (Philippe Herreweghe), Taverner Consort (Andrew Parrott), Collegium 1704 (Václav Luks), Cappella Mariana (Vojtěch Semerád) and Collegium Marianum (Jana Semerádová).