"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." (Der neue Merker)
The master student of Kurt Moll has a gorgeous timbre and a big repertoire. He made his first important debuts early in his career, 2004 as Baron Ochs (Bremerhaven) and 2005 as Landgraf (Minden). In 2007, he joined the ensemble of the Opera Zurich and afterwards the Vienna State Opera. Since the season 2014/15, Andreas Hörl is working freelance around the world. In 2015, the German bass made his debut at the Bayreuth Festival as Fafner (Der Ring des Nibelungen) and Titurel in the Parsifal-production for children. Engagements in the season 2015/16 include amongst others his debut at the Teatro alla Scala Milano in the new production of Wozzeck, Gremin (Eugen Onegin) in Wuppertal, Titurel at the Beethoven Festival in Warsaw, Priest in a new production of Moses und Aron at the Teatro Real Madrid and his very successful debut as Hunding in the new production of Die Walküre at the Hungarian State Opera Budapest and immediately afterwards he guested as Hunding with the Odense Symfonieorkester in a concert version of Die Walküre. His broad repertoire includes furthermore amongst others Sarastro, Osmin, Komtur, Baron Ochs, Basilio, Colline, König Heinrich, König Marke, Kaspar / Eremit, Ramifs / Il Re and Warlaam. Guest engagements lead him to the Bavarian State Opera, Vienna State Opera and Volksoper, Opera Frankfurt, Komische Oper and State Opera Berlin, Opera Zurich, Tyrolean State Theatre Innsbruck, Theatre Klagenfurt, Chemnitz, Dortmund, Gran Teatre del Liceu, Teatro alla Scala Milano, Teatro Nacional de São Carlos Lissabon, to the MDR Sinfonieorchester Leipzig, Salzburg Festival and the Richard-Wagner-Festival in Wels.