Martin Malachovský started to study opera singing at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava. His leading teacher was Prof. J. Hrubant. During his studies he got the opportunity to improve his vocal skills as a part time student in Italy /Perugia/ and in master classes of Maestro E. Nesterenko at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna. In 1991 he received a 6-month scholarship from the French government at the prestigious Conservatoire National Supérieur in Paris.

In 1990 he won the 3rd prize at the International singing competition of A. Dvořák in Karlovy Vary /Czech Republic/. In 1993 he was awarded a scholarship by the Richard Wagner Foundation at Bayreuther Festspiele Festival in Bayreuth.

He graduated from the Academy of Performing Arts in 1992 and already during his studies he became a soloist of the Opera house of the Slovak National Theatre, his domicile stage. He made his debut as Bartolo in Mozart´s Le Nozze di Figaro.

In a short time he rendered numerous interesting roles at the opera: the title role of Don Quichotte in Massenet´s Don Quichotte, Leporello in Mozart´s Don Giovanni, Figaro in Mozart´s Le Nozze di Figaro, Don Alfonso in Mozart´s Cosí fan tutte, Don Basilio in Rossini´s The Barber of Seville, Dulcamara in Donizetti´s L´elisir d´amore, Colline in Puccini´s La Bohéme, Timur in Puccini´s Turandot, Water-gnome in Dvořák´s Rusalka, Don Alfonso in Donizetti´s Lucrezia Borgia, Escamillo in Bizet´s Carmen, King in Verdi´s Aida, Ferrando in Verdi´s Il Trovatore, Mephisto in Gounod´s Faust etc.

He participated in several festival productions: Mozartfestival Madrid, Maifestspiele Wiesbaden, the Prague Spring, Bratislava Musicfestival /BHS/, Xanten Musikfestspiele, Solothurn Musicfestival, International Opera Festival Miskolc /Hungary/etc.

As an opera soloist and concert singer he sang throughout his country and abroad: in Italy, Germany, Russia, Sweden, Slovenia, Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Greece, France, Portugal, Spain, Ireland, Japan and USA.

He cooperated with various music companies, famous orchestras and outstanding personalities. He still continues to expand his operatic, song and oratorical repertory. Another interesting fact is that he starred in the canadian production movie "Rossini´s Ghost". For enacting Leporello under the direction of J. Bednárik Mozart´s Don Giovanni he was awarded the annual prize by the Slovak Literary Foundation for the best opera role performance of the season.

In Paris, at the Opéra Comique, he performed Luther and Créspel in Offenbach´s Les Contes d´Hoffmann, in the title role with Sergej Larin. At the Mozartfestival in Madrid he had the pleasure to sing with famous Lucia Popp /The Countess/ the role of Bartolo in Mozart´s The Mariage of Figaro. In 2004 in Japan, he sang the role of Doctor Grenville in Verdi´s La Traviata, in the lead role with Maria Guleghina. He sang the title role of Figaro in Mozart´s Le Nozze di Figaro, conducted by P. Feranec, at the National Theatre in Prague and for the next 6 seasons /during the years 2002 – 2008/ he was a permanent guest soloist of this opera house. With the roles of Colline in Puccini´s La Bohéme and Sagrestano in Puccini´s Tosca, where P. Dvorský and Sherrill Milnes as Scarpia were starring, he took part at an one month Japan tour in 1997. He made his American opera debut with a concert recital in 2002 in Chicago. During the Japan Tour in 2003 he sang the role of Figaro in Mozart´s Le Nozze di Figaro with great success. In Moscow he sang as a soloist on two concerts with Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra in 2004. In 2006, together with M. Dvorský and A. Danková, he sang at the New Years Concert of Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra, which was conducted by R. Štúr. In the new production of Mozart´s Le Nozze di Figaro at the Slovak National Theatre in Bratislava, directed by M. Huba, he enacts again the role of Figaro.

In 2008 he sang at the Gaiety Theatre in Dublin the role of Truffaldin in the production of Richard Strauss´s Ariadne auf Naxos. He sang the same role also at the Opera Festival in Hungarian Miskolc /2009/. In the same year he sang with Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra and Philharmonics Zlín at the BHS Music Festival in Bratislava in B. Martinů: Kytice, which was conducted by J. Hruša; and in Puccini´s Madama Butterfly, directed by P. Konwichny, he sang Bonzo /2009/. In 2008 he sang the part of Escamillo in Bizet´s Carmen in Slovene National Theatre in Ljubljana. His latest performances that have to be mentioned is the Water-gnome in Dvořák´s Rusalka, Sulpice in Donizetti´s La Fille du régiment, Varlaam in Mussorgskij´s Boris Godunov and Dragomír in Suchoň´s Svätopluk /directed by J. Jakubisko/. In 2009 he took part in the concert production of B. Martinů: Hry o Márii. He sang Bonzo in Puccini´s Madama Butterfly in the Hungarian State Opera in Budapest and again the role of Figaro in Mozart´s The Mariage of Figaro at the State Opera in Košice /2010/. In this season he was also singing Timur in Puccini´s Turandot at the J. K. Tyl State Theatre in Pilsen, Czech Republic /2010/. His newest successful performance is the role of Mephisto in Gounod´s Faust at the Slovak National Theatre in Bratislava /2010/.