Frederic Jost is back at Oper Frankfurt, where he made his debut singing Ordulfo in Trojahn's Enrico which was followed by 1st Apprentice in Wozzeck, 1st Soldier in Salome, the Landlord in Königskinder and Gretch in last season's new Giordano's Fedora, which he sings again this season, Mamyrov /Kudma in the first ever performances in Frankfurt of Tchaikovsky's The Sorceress and Saretzki in Eugene Onegin. He recently sang Horatio in Hamlet at the Komische Oper Berlin and Comte des Grieux in Massenet's Manon at the Ópera de Oviedo. He returns again later this season to Oper Frankfurt so sing 2nd Armed Mann (Die Zauberflöte) and can be heard as a Hermit in Der Freischütz at the 2024 Bregenz Festival. This young bass has appeared regularly at the Bayerische Staatsoper in Munich, for roles including Assan (Menotti's The Consul), 2nd Captain (Zimmermann's Die Soldaten), Achill's deeper shadow (world premiere of Berheide's Mauerschau / Wall Show), in Magal's Jephta’s Daughter and as Coryphée in Gluck's Alceste. He made his debut at the Bregenz Festival in 2018, appeared at the Davos Festival and in recital with the pianist Donald Sulzen at the Musiktagen in Alzenau. Frederic Jost studied singing at the University for Music and Theatre in Munich with Michelle Breedt. This winner of the 49th National Singing Competition in Berlin was a member of the Staatsoper Unter den Linden's international opera studio from 2019/20 - 2021/22 and awarded a scholarship by the Liz Mohn Kultur- und Musik Foundation. Whilst training as a Tölzer choristor he appeared as a soloist at theatres including the Staatsoper Berlin and Concertgebouw Amsterdam and internationally as one of the boys in Mozart's Zauberflöte.