| As a child, Jacek Laszczkowski sang as high as a piccolo. When his voice changed, he lost two octaves, but he can still sing the Queen of the Night as a soprano. He loves the popular appeal of this voice - the first seconds of shock for listeners, who hold their breath in disbelief the moment he begins to sing. The amazingly accomplished male soprano Jacek Laszczkowski is currently one of the international protagonists of the extremely popular Baroque opera Renaissance.|
The singer from Warsaw likes to interpret his roles like a modern pop star - glamorous and unpredictable. Jacek Laszczkowski has tremendous stage presence, expressiveness, and a voice whose dazzling power is immediately reminiscent of the brilliant stars of the Baroque era, the great castrati. He is a soprano by chance, however. At the Warsaw Chamber Opera, the trained tenor once sang several roles as high as he could, in jest. The soprano career which resulted not only brought him fame and leading roles at the major international opera houses, he was also named ›Singer of the Year‹ by Germany's opera critics in 2003. Despite all his success, his secret love is singing tenor.