Czech opera singer - bass
Biography: He works in Moravian Theatre Olomouc.
Guest performances - F. X. Šalda Theatre in Liberec, J. K Tyl Theatre in Pilsen.
Studies: private lessons with Václav Zítek.
Repertoire (selection): W. A. Mozart, G. Rossini, G. Donizetti, C. M. von Weber, B. Smetana, A. Dvořák, G. Verdi, G. Bizet, J. Massenet, P. I. Tchaikovsky, G. Puccini, A. P. Borodin, V. Ullmann, P. Haas, Z. Pololáník.
Festivals: 59th Wexford Opera Festival, Ireland (2010).
Awards: Thalia Award 2013 for the main role in Falstaff (opera).
YouTube: G. Verdi: Falstaff - the edited version of the performance in the Moravian Theatre Olomouc (2014).
"The way he coped with such a difficult role as a singer and actor is worth admiring." (Opera plus - Operní panorama Heleny Havlíkové 135).
"The cast of young soloist Jiří Přibyl, who has sung mostly bass roles, as Falstaff, the big bass-baritone role, was daring. However, he created the character of an aging bon vivant as a fat and boastful gasbag, who is not afraid to do bad things. His Falstaff is an incorrigible self-indulgent drunkard and distinctive philosopher, who does not take himself too seriously." (Thalia Awards magazine 2013).