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RAIMUND NOLTE

The bass-baritone Raimund Nolte undertook his vocal training with Josef Metternich and under the aegis of Irmgard Hartmann. After completing his studies in Cologne in Mathematics, School Music and Viola, he embarked on a concert career that took him throughout Europe, to Israel, Japan and the United States, collaborating with well-known conductors and appearing with them in major festivals. He has worked for a number of years with Helmut Müller-Brühl, and appeared both in concert-halls and on the stage, making his latter début in 1994 in Innsbruck, with festival engagements with the German Oper am Rhein, Bielefeld Theater and since 1996 with the Berlin Comic Opera. With leading Handel and Mozart rôles, he boasts a repertoire of some 35 parts in opera, with recent recordings of Messiah and Bach’s Mass in B minor.


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