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Born in Kiel in 1977, Tomi Wendt first studied music education at the Munich Hochschule für Musik und Theater, followed by vocal training at the Augsburg Musikhochschule. He spent four years as a member of the Bavarian Singakademie and as assistant répétiteur under Kurt Suttner. In 2004 he accompanied the Ghent Collegium Vocale on a European tour with the Budapest Festival Orchestra under Ivan Fischer. In Augsburg he sang Sarastro in Die Zauberflöte and in 2006 Figaro and Bartolo in Le nozze di Figaro, in the same year undertaking rôles in Henze’s Das Wundertheater, Ein Landarzt and Das Ende einer Welt in Munich. In 2007 he joined the Giessen Municipal Theatre, where he has sung Masetto in Don Giovanni, Colas in Bastien und Bastienne, Johann in Werther, the Conte di Ceprano in Rigoletto and Matthieu in Andrea Chenier. He holds an award from the Richard Wagner Society and is a culture prize winner of Pfaffenhofen.

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