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Timothy Sharp

The winner of several national and international competitions, Timothy Sharp made a name for himself early on as a lieder singer, but is also a much sought-after soloist on the concert platform, with performances in Berlin (Konzerthaus/Philharmonie), Munich (Herkulessaal/ Philharmonie am Gasteig), Stuttgart (Liederhalle), Frankfurt (Alte Oper), Essen (Philharmonie), at the Wiener Musikverein, the Styriarte, the Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival, the Schwetzingen Festspielen, the Ludwigsburger Festspiele, the Händel Festspiele in Halle or the Leipziger Bachfest. Timothy Sharp has a wide range of styles at his disposal: from Baroque in historical performance practice to »classical« opera parts and music of the 20th century and the present. He has appeared in numerous first and world premieres in the contemporary field. Some highlights were the role of Paul in Philip Glass' »Les enfants terribles«, whose German premiere he performed, or Il Malaspina in Salvatore Sciarrino's »Luci mie traditrici«. This opera was recorded and awarded the »Choc du Monde« and chosen by the London »Guardian« as CD-Of-The-Year. Concert and opera engagements have taken him to the Bayerische Staatsoper München, Oper Köln, Staatstheater Nürnberg, Bühnen Wuppertal, Nationaltheater Mannheim, Badische Staatstheater Karlsruhe, Staatstheater Nürnberg, the Teatro San Carlo in Naples, the Teatro La Fenice in Venice and the Chicago Opera Theater. Highlights of his career were projects with Nikolaus Harnoncourt in Vienna (Musikverein), Salzburg (Bachfest), Paris (Salle Pleyel), Metz and at the Styriarte. Some of these concerts were recorded by radio and broadcast on ORF and Deutschlandradio Kultur. In spring 2015, the CD »Richard Strauss – Ein Leben in Liedern) was released together with his piano partner, Jan Roelof Wolthuis. Since 2016 Timothy Sharp has been professor of voice at the Hochschule für Musik, Mannheim.

Current Season
1st Bachchor Concert