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ROBERT MERWALD

Robert Merwald was born in 1971 in Munich and began his career in the Regensburg Cathedral Choir. He later joined the Bavarian Singakademie, followed by study at the Munich Musikhochschule with Josef Loibl, Raimund Grumbach and Helmut Deutsch, and master-classes with Kurt Moll and Irwin Gage. In 1998 he was awarded a scholarship by the German Stage Union and in 1999 was a prize-winner at the Mastersingers Competition in Nuremberg. From 1999 to 2003 he was a member of the Tyrolean Regional Theatre. In 2001 he sang Albert in Werther at the Mannheim National Theatre. He made a guest appearance in the title rôle of Ludwig II at the Musicaltheater Füssen. Early in 2004 he appeared as William Tell in Rossini’s opera with Kiev State Opera Orchestra in a tour throughout Germany and Switzerland.

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