Arkadiusz Jakus


was born in Poland and graduated his studies at the Music University in Łódź (Poland) by Professor Wlodzimierz Zalewski and Ziemowit Wojtczak.

After finishing his studies he was further promoted by “Kammersänger am Rhein” Andrzej Saciuk.

He twice received the “Elisabeth Luxtion MemorialScholarship.

From 2019 – 2023 he was engaged as a soloist at the Teatr Wielki in Łódź (Poland). He had his debut there as Don Basilio in Rossinis “Il barbiere di Sevilla” conducted by Maestro Tadeusz Kozlowski.

In 2021 he debuted at the Opera Wroclawska (Breslau, Poland) as Eremit and Samiel in “Der Freischütz” from Carl Maria von Weber under the baton of Maestro Łukasz Borowicz.

Furthermore he was taking part at singing competitions since 2019 and was winner of the best bass at the “IVth International Adam Didur Singer Competition” in Bytom (Poland).

At the “National Krystyna Jamroz – Singing Competition” in Busko – Zdroj he made the third place and he received a special price at the “International Jan Kiepura Competition” in Krynica (Poland).

Arkadiusz took several masterclasses with: Roberta Alexander, Sergei Leiferkus, Beata Redo- Dobber, Bogdan Makal…..

He also sang in many concerts at home and abroad. For example  in cooperation with the Münchner Philharmoniker in GASTEIG Munich, in the Tonhalle Düsseldorf, in the Glocke in Bremen, at the Opera Festival in Kolobrzeg, at the Lilienthal Festspiele at the Bad Hersfeld Festspiele, and with the Swietokrzyska Philharmonie.

He was working with following conductors:  Peter Leonard, Tadeusz Kozłowski, Bassem Akiki, Vladimir Kiradjiev, Łukasz Borowicz, Michał Janiak, Marcin Werner.

In September 2023 he starts as a member of the ensemble in Pfalztheater KaiserslauternGermany.

Arkadiusz Jakus speaks Polish, English and German.