David Witczak started singing lessons at the Centre de Musique Baroque in Versailles, and went on to the Sweelinck Conservatory in Amsterdam, studying under Valérie Guillorit and David Wilson-Johnson. On his return to France, he continued honing his skill under the direction of the soprano Anna Maria Bondi.
He performs choral music with ensembles including Le Concert Spirituel and Les Arts Florissants, and sings solo with Atelier Lyrique de Tourcoing, Il Giardino d’Amore and Ensemble Consonance. He also sings chamber music with Ensemble Leviathan, Le Concert Etranger and Ensemble Marguerite Louise; he has joined the latter on the recording of Charpentier’s motets (L’Encelade, 2015).
His stage repertoire includes Bellone, Huascar, Osman and Don Alvar in Rameau’s “Les Indes galantes”, Masetto in Mozart’s “Don Giovanni”, Pluto in Telemann’s “Orpheus”, and Coviello in Mazzocchi-Marazzoli’s “L’Egisto”).
In the coming months, he will appear at the National Philharmonic in Warsaw in Rameau’s “Naïs”, and perform at the Bydgoszcz Opera Festival with Il Giardino d’Amore, at Théâtre de Calais in Purcell’s “Dido and Aeneas” with Ensemble Hemiolia, and at the Paris Philharmonic, in Reims and Avignon in Galuppi’s “Il mondo alla roversa” with the Akadêmia Ensemble.