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Vincent Wolfsteiner

Vincent Wolfsteiner read music in Great Britain and worked as a sound engineer and producer in his home town from Munchen. Therefore, he studied in USA and performed on various scenes, among others, singing Don José (“Carmen”), Rodolfo (“La Boheme”), Riccardo (“Masked Ball”), Canio (“Pagliacci”), Turiddu ( “Cavalleria Rusticana”) and Prince (“Love of Three Oranges”).

In 2006 he returned to Germany and played for the very first time in Rostock the following roles: Max (“Freischütz”), Erik (“The Flying Dutchman”), Hans (“Bride sold”) and Des Grieux (“Manon Lescaut”). In Dessau he has expanded his repertoire with Florestan (“Fidelio”) and Aegisthus (“Elektra”). The State Theatre Thüringen sang Piccolomini (“Wallenstein”) and Bacchus (“Ariadne on Naxos”). His repertoire includes concert solos in Haydn’s “Creation”, “Requiem” by Mozart, Beethoven`s Ninth Symphony, “Elias” by Mendelssohn, “Walpurgis Night” and “Scenes from Faust” by Schumann.

 Vincent Wolfsteiner is the first prize winner of the New York Liederkranz competition. In 2010 he made his debut as Siegmund (“Valkyrie”) at the State Theatre in Hannover. The following partnerships were in Schwerin, Oldenburg, Darmstadt, Innsbruck, repeating as well at the Comic Opera (Max in “Freischütz” and Juan Santos Kurt Weills “Der Kuhhandel”). Since the 2012/2013 season Wolfsteiner Vincent is a member of the Nuremberg State Theatre ensemble. Here he made his debut as Tristan in “Tristan and Isolde” by Wagner and starred  in “Andrea Chenier”. In addition, his last performances of the previous season were in Verdi’s Othello, Loge in “Das Rheingold” and Siegmund in “Die Walküre”.