Born on 15 October 1993. Began his music education in 2000 in Jerzy Kurczewski Poznań Choir School, since 2004 he has been a member of the choir and a soloist of Poznań Boys’ Choir, with which he went on a numerous concert tours across Bolivia, Japan, France, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, Italy, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and Czech Republic. In 2012, he enrolled in Ignacy Jan Paderewski Academy of Music in Poznań at the Department of Vocals and Acting, where he studied under artistic supervision of Andrzej Ogórkiewicz, later obtaining bachelor’s degree with a ‘very good’ grade and master’s degree with honours.
Wojciech Rasiak received prizes in both national and international competitions: in 2014 was awarded 3rd place at the Iuventus Canti – Imrich Godin International Vocal Competition in Vrablé and was also given honorable mention at the 1st Polish National Vocal Competition in Drezdenko, in 2016 – 3rd place at the 1st International Solo Vocal Sacred Music Competition “Ars et gloria”, in 2017 – 1st place at the Polish National Vocal Competition “Vocal populi” in Jelenia Góra.
In October 2014, Wojciech Rasiak made his debut in Grand Theatre in Poznań, performing role of Jean Maugier in Tadeusz Zygfryd Kassern’s Comedy of the Dumb Wife, he also sang the part of Figaro in Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro and Medico in Giuseppe Verdi’s Macbeth. He is continuously engaged with Poznań Philharmonic and Opole Philharmonic, where he performed Jesus part from Johann Sebastian Bach’s St. John’s Passion. Since September 2016, he is a member of Opera Academy by the Grand Theatre in Warsaw, where he perfects his vocal technique under supervision of Eytan Pessen, Izabela Kłosińska, Matthias Rexroth, Neil Shicoff and Olga Pasiecznik. In 2018–2020 Wojciech Rasiak was a member of the International Opera Studio IOS in Zurich and during that affiliation he performed on the main stage of Opernhaus Zürich performing roles of Basilio in Gioacchino Rossini’s Il barbiere di Siviglia and Medico in Verdi’s Macbeth. He took part in the masterclasses of Matjaž Robavs, Piotr Miciński, Helena Zubanovich, Eva Blahová, Hedwig Fassbender.