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Møller, Lars - Baritone

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Møller, LarsBaritone
Møller, LarsBaritone
Møller, LarsBaritone
Møller, LarsBaritone
Møller, LarsBaritone

Biography

Lars Møller was a Member of the Ensemble at The Nationaltheater Mannheim from 2007 to 2014 where he sang most of the major roles in his Fach. Among many others, such roles as Onegin, Conte Almaviva, Barbiere, Belcore, Eisenstein and Ford.
 
His recent and future engagements in 2017/18 and 2018/19 seasons are Fliegende Holländer in Detmond, Belcore, Escamillo and Sepa in Cleopatra at Danish National Opera and Beethoven’s 9th with Aalborg Symphony Orchestra.
 
2016/17 season included debut as Holländer in Wagner’s Fliegende Holländer, Beethoven’s 9th and Gade’s Elverskud with Aarhus Symphony Orchestra and Brahms’ “Ein deutsches requiem” with Aalborg Symphony Orchestra, Opera Concerts with Danish National Opera and Alskawolf Joe in Mahagonny at Royal Danish Opera.
 
Lars made his operatic debut in 2006 at the Royal Danish Opera as Dr. Falke in Die Fledermaus a house he was invited back to, to sing a critically acclaimed Papageno in 2009. Since then he has been a guest at numerous opera houses in Germany, among others Theater Dortmund, Hessische Staatstheater Wiesbaden, Staatstheater Darmstadt, Theater Luzern, Staatstheater Mainz and many more.
 
His previous seasons were marked by the debut at the Danish National Opera as Enrico in Lucia di Lammermoor, where he was invited back in the 2014/15 season to sing Marcello in La boheme and David in L’Amico Fritz in 2015/16. Mr. Møller made his debut at Komische Oper in Berlin singing Guglielmo in Cosi fan tutte, a role he also sang at Opera Hedeland in 2015.
 
As concert soloist Lars Møller has performed all over Scandinavia and Germany including Faust in Schumann's "Faust Szenen" and Beethoven Symphony No. 9 with the Oslo Philharmonic.
  
Lars has worked with many important conductors such as Manfred Honeg, Axel Kober, Dan Ettinger, Thomas Sanderling and Jukka-Pekka Saraste and he has received numerous awards, among the most important are the Aalborg opera Prize and the Aksel Schiøtz prize 2011.