(*1.1.1992, Valašské Meziříčí)
Czech opera singer - baritone
Biography: He works in České Budějovice. Guest performances – South Bohemian Theatre. Cooperation – Moravian Philharmonic Olomouc, Bohuslav Martinů Female Choir, composer Milan Báchorek and others.
Studies: Grammar School in Ostrava; Janáček Conservatory in Ostrava (Zdeněk Krulikovský); Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (Ivan Kusnjer); master courses with Bernd Weikl, Regina Köbler, Margit Klaushofer.
Repertoire (selection): W. A. Mozart, A. Dvořák, B. Smetana, G. Donizetti, L. Janáček, B. Martinů, P. Eben.
Competitions: Rudolf Petrák singing competition (2009, 1st prize), Bohuslav Martinů songs competition (2010, 1st prize, absolute winner), Conservatory competition (2010, 3rd prize).
Festivals: Janáček May International Festival (2010).
YouTube: W. A. Mozart: Se vuol ballare / Le nozze di Figaro (2014); P. Eben: Písně z Těšínska (2014) and others.
Reviews, articles: "Lukáš Bařák seems to have a big comedic talent as coarse Papageno, who raised a laugh in the audience – and at the same time, he brought off his arias and ensembles, especially the last when where he complains he is not able to find a nice girl." (Helena Havlíková’s Opera Panorama, April 8, 2014).