(…) I must admit that both Anna Shafajinskaia’s (Santuzza in Cav) and Marcin Bronikowski’s (Alfio/Silvio in Cav/Pag) emotionally charged performances, moved me the most (…) / Sharu Delilkan, THEATER SCENES, Auckland (NZ), 2011

(…) Marcin Bronikowski’s hotblooded Alfio gives crisp and fierce performances (…) / John Dally-Peoples, THE NATIONAL BUSINESS REVIEW, Wellington (NZ), 2011

(…) Marcin Bronikowski is superb in both operas.(…) / Stephen Fisher, MANAWATU STANDARD, Wellington (NZ), 2011

(…) Good, solid performance was also turned in by Marcin Bronikowski as Alfio (…) / John Corbett, THE OPERA CRITIC, Auckland (NZ), 2011

(…) Marcin Bronikowski’s Alfio complement Shafajinskaia’s energy. There are more shivers when Bronikowski swaggers on stage with Il cavallo scalpita.(…) (…) Elizabeth Futral and Marcin Bronikowski captivate with their intensely lyrical duet. (…) / William Dart, NEW ZEALAND HERALD, Auckland (NZ), 2011

P. TCHAIKOVSKI – EVGENI ONEGIN, Teatro Argentino de La Plata, Buenos Aires (AR)

(…) Polish baritone Marcin Bronikowski made his debut in Argentina. He looks right for the part and has a strong, steady voice which he uses well. (…) / Pablo Bardin, BUENOS AIRES HERALD, Buenos Aires (AR), 2011

(…) Marcin Bronikowski as Onegin is outstanding – more than making up with the breadth of colour. (…) / Jonathan Spencer Johns, MUSICWEB, Buenos Aires (AR), 2011

G. DONIZETTI – LA BOHÈME, Opera North, Leeds (GB)

(…) Marcin Bronikowski’s vibrant and passionate Marcello (…) / Ken Bayliss, THE BOLTON NEWS, Manchester (UK), 2010

(…) Rodolfo paled by comparison with Marcin Bronikowski, a Marcello whose baritone radiated immense warmth and conviction with seemingly little effort (…) / Martin Dreyer, OPERA MAGAZINE – UK, 2010

(…) Marcello (Marcin Bronikowski) was also excellent and very well cast. Bronikowski was probably the best Marcello I’d seen, he was visibly affected by Musetta’s presence, even down to his obsessive painting in act 4 (Andy Warhol style pictures pinned up all over the flat). (…) / Neal Pinder-Packard Blog, Yorkshire – England, 2010

(…) Marcin Bronikowski is show-stopping as the brash counterpart to Rodolfo. (…) / Rachel Jeffcoat, DIGYYORKSHIRE, England 2010

(…) Musetta and Marcello, the other pair of lovers, are sung by English soprano Sarah Fox and the Polish baritone Marcin Bronikowski. These voices blend well and Bronikowski has a strength and sumptuous tone likely to fill the largest opera house. (…) / Geoffrey Mogridge, THE ILKLEY GAZETTE, England 2010

(…) the painter Marcello, quite wonderfully sung and even more movingly acted by Marcin Bronikowski. (…) / Michael Tanner, SPECTATOR, England 2010

(…) Oddly, the stars of this perfromance were not Rodolfo and Mimì, but Marcello, sung by the superb Marcin Bronikowski, making an extremely impressive Opera North debut with his beautiful, rich baritone. (…) / Dominic Wells, OPERA BRITANNIA, England 2010

(…) Marcin Bronikowski as Marcello is similarly charismatic. (…) / Graham Rickson, THE ARTS DESK, England 2010

(…) The outstanding performance comes from the fine Polish baritone Marcin Bronikowski who brings total authority to Marcello vocally, plus a relaxed acting style that radiates humour, sincerity and warmth. (…) / Ron Simpson, WHAT’S ON STAGE, England 2010

(…) Bronikowski, ­impishly handsome, and Fox (Musetta), exuding glamour with every note, are perhaps more perfectly matched (…) / Tim Ashley, THE GUARDIAN, England 2010