The Polish baritone, Michał Partyka, graduated from the Academy of Music in Poznań, where he studied with Jerzy Mechliński. He has taken part in master-classes including with Renato Bruson, Ruggero Raimondi and Ann Murray.
Michał Partyka has been a member of the Atelier Lyrique at the Opéra National de Paris since 2009. In 2008 he recorded Stanisław Moniuszko’s operas Flis and Verbum Nobile with Castle Opera Szczecin. At the Atelier Lyrique, he has participated in concerts at the Palais Garnier with the Orchestra of the Paris Opera and sung Gustav Mahler's Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen in the Bastille Amphitheater and in Deauville. Roles performed at L'Opéra Bastille include a Flemish Deputy in Don Carlo, Schlemil in Les contes d’Hoffmann, Sciarrone in Tosca and Kuligin in Katya Kabanova, a role he had previously undertaken at the National Opera House in Warsaw. He has given Lieder recitals in Paris and Rome and recorded for Radio France.
Michał won joint First Prize at the 2013 Francisco Viñas Competition held in Barcelona. Recent plans include Melisso in George Frideric Handel's Alcina with Paris Opera and the title role in W.A. Mozart's Don Giovanni with Atelier Lyrique and Toulon Opera. He is interested in contemporary art and he enjoys playing tennis. He currently lives in Paris, France.