Thomas Stimmel

Thomas Stimmel © Thomas Stimmel

He is one of the most prominent singers of his generation and long sought-after. His repertoire ranges from Baroque to modern music.

He has recently participated in the oratory Elijah by Mendelssohn under the conduction of F. Bernius and in Brahms's Requiem at the Berlin Philharmonie conducted by A. Zimmermann and accompanied by the chamber orchestra of the Berlin Comic Opera. Highlights during the 19/20 season arehis lied concerts at the Easter Festival in Deauville (France) and the tour of the St. John's Passion by Bach through Spain and France, under the baton of J. Savall.

In 2019 he made his debut at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam with P. Herreweghe and in 2018 at the Styriarte Festival (Austria) with A. Orozco-Estrada. Also in 2018 premiered the Requiem for Syria by G.A. Albrecht under the baton of M. Sanderling at the Dresden Music Festival. Albrecht already entrusted him with the premiere of his Buchenwaldgesänge (Beech Songs) at the Weimar National Theater in 2015.

He has worked with many directors such as D. Afkham, A. Manze, M.A. Gómez Martínez, M. Hofstaates, J. Peter Weigle and R. Dubrovsky, among others. One of his strengths is his dedication to lied, where he has worked with pianists such as H. Deutsch and E. Schneider and has recorded The Song of the Swan by Schubert with L. Klahn. He has also released the album Roots/Wurzeln with pianist P. Vogler and the Eroica Berlin Ensemble, with works by black composers.

In opera he has been invited, among others, by the Berlin State Opera at the Shiller Theater, by the Slovenian National Opera in Maribor, by the Teatro Municipal in Santiago de Chile or by the Teatro du Capitole in Toulouse.


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