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Wolf Matthias Friedrich


Dec 15, 2021

Wolf Matthias Friedrich is a classical singer of baritone and bass roles, especially of Early music and Baroque music.

Wolf Matthias Friedrich
Schönheide, Germany
Education Musikhochschule Leipzig
Website wolfmatthiasfriedrich.de

Friedrich studied at the Musikhochschule Leipzig.[1] In 1980, he was the winner of the International Dvorák Competition in Karlovy Vary.[2] From 1982 to 1986 Friedrich was a member of the Opera Studio of the Dresden State Opera.[2] The bass has made guest appearances at the Dresden Music Festival, the Handel Festival in Halle, the Schwetzingen Festival as well as in Berlin, Hanover, Potsdam, Edinburgh and Australia.[1] In 2000, he performed the role of Pluto in the first modern revival of Giovanni Legrenzi’s La divisione del mondo at the Schwetzingen Festival.[3] He has focused on Baroque operas.[4] He has often collaborated with the conductor Alessandro De Marchi.[4] In 2002/03, he appeared as Licomede in Handel’s Deidamia at the Handel Festival in Halle, conducted by De Marchi.[2] In the 2006/07 season Friedrich performed the role of Publio in Mozart’s La clemenza di Tito in a production by Ursel and Karl-Ernst Herrmann [de], and under the musical direction of De Marchi at the Estates Theatre in Prague.[2] He worked with Norman Shetler in various lied projects, including Franz Schubert, Felix Mendelssohn and Carl Loewe).[2] His recordings have included Schubert’s Schwanengesang.[5] He works regularly with the ensembles Musica Fiata and Cantus Cölln,[5] also as a member of Cantus Cölln.[6][7] In 2002, Friedrich was one of the co-founders of the Kerll-Rosenmüller Festival, which was held annually from 2002 to 2006 to promote the musical heritage of the Baroque composers Johann Caspar Kerll, Johann Rosenmüller and Sebastian Knüpfer.[8]

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