The tenor born in Łódź, was a soloist in Wrocław Opera between 2006 and 2009.

After his debut in the Luciano Pavarotti Theatre in Modena in 2009, as Don Jose in Carmen by G. Bizet, his career started to develop rapidly. The artist performed in opera houses such as: Teatro Ravenna, Teatro Ferrara, Opera de San Juan (Puerto Rico), Phoenix Metropolitan Opera, Detroit Opera House, Szeged Opera Festival, Opera Budapest, Moskow-Tchaikowskiy Hall, Sankt Petersburg-Mikhailovski Theater, Stockholm Royal Opera House, Opera Toulon, Opera Marseille, Deutsche Oper am Rhein Düsseldorf, Oper Liepzig, Staatsoper Stuttgart, Semperoper Drezden, Staatsoper Hamburg, Staatsoper Berlin, Sydney Opera House, Volksoper Wien, Theatre de Genewe and the Zurich Opera House.

We will have the opportunity to hear him soon not only in the Lime Opera (Peru) at the festival in Aix-an-Provance, but also in the Lyon Opera, Strasburg Opera, Theater Bolshoy in Moskow and the Bastille Opera in Paris,

The polish Tenor worked together with conductors such as: Nello Santi, Pier Giorgio Morandi, Lejf Segerstam, Massimo Zanetti and dirsctors: Robert Carsen, Dimitri Tcherniakov and Jonathan Miller.

His signature roles are: Don Jose in Carmen by G. Bizet, Rodolfo in La bohème by G. Puccini, Manrico in Il trovatore by G. Verdi and Edgardo in Lucia di Lammermoor by G. Donizetti. Currently the tenor works on enriching his repertoire with stronger roles. In 2009 Placido Domingo himself appreciated Arnold Rutkowski’s talent by inviting him to a joint performance during Domingo’s concert in Poland.



"An source of fulfillment, excellent polish tenor Arnold Rutkowski seduced in the role of Pinkerton with his good appearance, magnificently refined vocal line and impressive highs.", May 2013
Grand Théâtre de Genève, Pinkerton - Madama Butterfly

"The Polish tenor Arnold Rutkowski is the revelation of the evening, embodying Pinkerton with unusual ease, bright treble and never-failing vocal line.", April 2013
Grand Théâtre de Genève, Pinkerton - Madama Butterfly

Without a doubt, the highlight of the night was tenor Arnold Rutkowski's portrayal of Alfredo. With flawless intonation and diction, searing passion, and a bright, dynamic tone, one could not have asked for more from Rutkowski's showstopping Alfredo. Throughout his vocal range, Rutkowski was proficient and confident, which made Alfredo an easy character to engage with. He displayed particular vocal fortitude and youthful vigor in his Act II cabaletta "De'miei Bollenti Spiriti.", February 2013
Semperoper, Rodolfo - La Bohème

"Arnold Rutkowski, the great Rodolfo from last seasons La Boheme is equally exciting in the role of Pinkerton, and confirms the expectations we placed in him. Tonight once again, the polish tenor proved his vocal and acting skills, and easily gained recognition. He created an attractive, suitable character and vocal line with supremely refined acute hitting and performed an almost sympathetic Pinkerton, in his disarming youthful recklessness.", November 2012
Opéra de Toulon, Pinkerton - Madama Butterfly

"Sympathetic Polish tenor Arnold Rutkowski, easily the audience favorite, drew his musical lines with more than usual ease." , January 2012,
Opéra de Toulon, Rodolfo - La Bohème

The Polish tenor Arnold Rutkowski (Rodolfo), gave us an great pleasure . He added fire and ardor to the hero, infusing the lines with all the necessary poetry and sensuality for this deeply enamored lover. Gifted with a seductive timbre, his vocal line combines elegance and an irresistible shine. His "Mimi, Mimi" in the last chords, gave an intense thrill to the listeners. In short, a real discovery!, December 2011
Opéra de Toulon, Rodolfo - La Bohème

"The young and talented tenor Arnold Rutkowski sang a self confident Duke of Mantua. His voice sounded strong and impressively confident, his pitch was excellent and not even forced once, and his lines he phrased highly expressive. It wouldn't surprise me that in the coming time he will go on bigger stages.", September 2011,
Hamburgische Staatsoper, Duke of Mantua - Rigoletto