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Marko Kathol, tenor

The tenor Marko Kathol studied singing at the Bordeaux Conservatoire and with Claes H. Ahnsjö in Munich, before joining the Würzburg Stadttheater as tenor buffo. From 1996 to 2003 he was engaged at the Munich Gärtnerplatz Staatstheater, before embarking on a free-lance career. His rôles have included Alfred in Die Fledermaus and Lord Percy Harwich in Lady Hamilton in Cologne, Lyonel in Martha in Leipzig, Adam in Der Vogelhändler in Dresden, Rinuccio in Gianni Schicchi, Camille and Danilo in Die lustige Witwe and Caramello in Eine Nacht in Venedig in Munich, and Tony in West Side Story at the Vienna Volksoper. His wide operatic repertoire ranges from Mozart to Carl Orff, with a parallel list of rôles in operetta. Marko Kathol had his first stage experience at the Klagenfurt Stadttheater, before training as a classical dancer and a period of ten years as a member of the Bavarian State Ballet. His career as a singer has brought guest performances in opera houses and concert halls throughout Germany and Austria, as well as in Hungary and Israel.

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