Andreas Hörl

"The tall singer from Bavaria with international reputation fills in the role [Baron Ochs - Rosenkavalier] with lively color and intensity and knows how to use his remarkable bass both in parlando and in the melodic scenes."

Andreas Hörl made his first important debuts early in his career, for example as Baron Ochs at the Stadttheater Bremerhaven in 2004 and as Landgraf at the Stadttheater Minden in 2005. The talented student of Kurt Moll has a gorgeous timbre and a big repertoire.  

He joined the ensembles of the Opernhaus Zurich and of the Wiener Staatsoper before started to work freelance around the world. In 2015, the German bass made his debut at the Bayreuth Festival as Fafner and Titurel.

His broad repertoire includes furthermore Sarastro, Osmin, Komtur, Baron Ochs, Basilio, Colline, König Heinrich, König Marke, Kaspar/Eremit, Ramfis/Il Re and WarlaamGuest engagements lead him to the Bayerische Staatsoper, Wiener Staatsoper and Volksoper Wien, the Oper Frankfurt, the Komische Oper and Staatsoper Berlin, the Gran Teatre del Liceu, the Teatro alla Scala Milano as well as to Zurich, Lissabon, Innsbruck, Klagenfurt, Chemnitz, Dortmund, to the MDR Sinfonieorchester Leipzig, the Salzburger Festspiele and the Richard-Wagner-Festival in Wels.

In season 2015/16 Andreas Hörl made his debut at the Teatro alla Scala Milano in Wozzeck as 1. Handwerksbursche, he guested as Gremin (Eugen Onegin) in Wuppertal, as Titurel at the Beethoven Festival in Warsaw and as Priest (Moses und Aron) at the Teatro Real Madrid. He made his very successful debut as Hunding at the Hungarian State Opera Budapest and was guest with this role of the Odense Symfonieorkester in a concert version of Die Walküre. In December 2016 he sang König Marke under the baton of M° Daniele Gatti at the Teatro dell’Opera di Roma. At the moment, he his preparing his debuts as Gurnemanz and Pogner.

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