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Tim Severloh

Country of origin: Germany

About Tim Severloh

Tim Severloh studied singing with Harald Stamm and Ingrid Figur as well as 20th century song interpretation with Axel Bauni. He made his debut as Machiavelli in the premiere of André Werner’s "Der Jude von Malta" [The Jew of Malta] at the Munich Biennale. Many premieres and first performances followed: "Radames" (the title role) by Peter Eötvös in Herne, "Chief Joseph" by Hans Zender at the Berlin State Opera, "Der Alte vom Berge" by Bernhard Lang at the Schwetzingen
Festival and at the Basel Theater, as well as Bernhard Lang’s "Haydn bricht auf" at the Theater an der Wien in Vienna.
In 2010, Severloh sang the role of Herold in Aribert Reimann’s "Medea" at the Frankfurt Opera (later also at the Vienna State Opera); also Damiano in Bernhard Lang’s "Montezuma" at the Mannheim National Theater. In 2011, he returned to the Theater an der Wien as the Judge in the premiere of the Lera Auerbach’s opera "Gogol"; later he was seen as Aida-Radames at the Berlin
Konzerthaus in Peter Eötvös’s "Radames". He gave a recital with Shakespeare settings at the Kissinger Summer Festival, and was again at the Schwetzingen Festival in 2012 with works by Aribert Reimann and François Couperin. In 2012-2013, Severloh was at the Theater an der Wien for the premiere of "Verkehr mit Gespenstern", an opera by Hans Jürgen Bose based on works by Kafka. Opera projects in 2013–2014 included main roles in the premiere of "Vivier" by Marko Nikodijevic at the Munich Biennale (a co-production with the Braunschweig Opera), as well as a film production for the premiere of Bernhard Lang’s opera "Der Reigen" at the Schwetzingen Festival.
In the 2015–2016 season, Severloh appeared in concerts with Ensemble Modern, and performed Olga Neuwirth’s "Five Daily Miniatures" with the Phace Ensemble at the Budapest Palace of the Arts and at the Konzerthaus in Vienna.