Marcin Kozieł is based in Vienna where since 2010 he runs a répétiteur class for vocalists at the University of Music and Performing Arts. Marcin started his career in Poland where he accompanied numerous popular and opera singers. Today he is much in demand as an accompanist all over Europe. Apart from contributing to courses in Salzburg, Krakow, Warsaw and London, he has been a répétiteur in well-known competitions such as Maria Callas/Athens, Robert Schumann/Zwickau, Belvedere/Vienna or Stanisław Moniuszko/Warsaw.
Marcin Kozieł collaborates with renowned singing teachers, such as Helena Lazarska, Francisco Araiza, Prof. Gerhard Kahry, Rudolf Piernay, Margreet Honig and Grace Bumbry.
As accompanist and musical lead he worked on productions such as “Die Zauberflöte“ (tour of Japan, 2006), “L’enfant et les sortilèges”/M. Ravel (Theater Akzent, Vienna, 2006), “The Old Maid and The Thief“/C. Menotti (Osnabrück, 2006), “Die Fledermaus”/J. Strauss (Y. Menuhin Festival, Gstaad, 2008 and Comödie Theater Fürth, Nuremberg 2009), “Der Prinz von Homburg“/H. W. Henze (Theater an der Wien, 2009), “Elektra” (Teatr Wielki, Warsaw 2010/2012/2013), “Parsifal” (Poznan 2013), “Ariadne auf Naxos”, “Tristan und Isolde” (Warsaw 2015/16), “Hamlet” (Vienna 2016), “Die Walküre” ( Posnan 2018), “Der Silbersee”/K. Weil (Warsaw 2018), “Rusalka”, “Halka”, “Fidelio” (Theater an der Wien 2019/20).
As of 2003 Marcin is a close collaborator of the vocal ensemble of SchleswigHolstein Music Festival and the Choir Academy Lübeck, with whom he has participated in numerous projects across Europe, Latin America and Asia.
In the 2014/15 season, he served as director of studies of the Young Ensemble at the Kammeroper – Theater an der Wien in Vienna and remains a regular répétiteur and accompanist of portrait concerts.