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Frederic Mörth

Baritone

Frederic Mörth
© Aaron Cawley

The baritione Frederic Mörth started his career as a chorister at Mainz Cathedral. After studying the violin at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London he graduated from the Carl Maria von Weber University in Dresden, before going to study singing and conducting at the University for Music and the Performing Arts in Frankfurt. Frederic Mörth is making his debut at Oper Frankfurt in this revival of Verdi‘s Don Carlo, returning to the comany later in the season for the world premiere of Lucia Ronchetti‘s Inferno in the Bockenheimer Depot. He sang Sarastro and Graf Almaviva at the bei Burg Festival in Bad Vilbel and made his debut at the Staatstheater in Wiesbaden in Nils Sören Eichberg‘s Schönerland, which was followed by Graf Ceprano (Rigoletto), and where he returns for Mark-Anthony Turnage‘s Anna Nicole. This freelance singer and violinist plays regularly with the Deutsche Philharmonie Merck and Heidelberg Symphony. Frederic Mörth leads the Hofheim Sinfonietta and teaches violin, singing and conducting at the Frankfurt International School in Oberursel. He also works closely with orchestras including the Georgian Chamber Orchestra in Ingolstadt.