Morsch Baritone

Der Bariton vom Ensemble des Theater Basel André Morsch
© Christian Knörr

German baritone André Morsch studied with Margreet Honig in Amsterdam and was a member of William Christie's 'Le Jardin du voix'. During his time in the ensemble of the Staatsoper Stuttgart from 2011-2018, he was, among others. as Leporello ('Don Giovanni'), Figaro ('Le nozze di Figaro'), Guglielmo ('Cosi fan tutte'), Figaro ('Il Barbiere di Siviglia'), Harlequin ('Ariadne auf Naxos'), Schaunard ('La bohème'), Dr Falke ('Die Fledermaus'), Malatesta ('Don Pasquale') and Der Graf ('Der Reigen'). Other performances include Plutone ('La Divisione del Mondo', Opéra national du Rhin, Kölner Philharmonie, Nancy and Versailles), Papageno ('The Magic Flute') Bach's 'St Matthew Passion' (Theater Basel), Papageno (Grand Théâtre de Genève), Adario ('Les Indes Galantes', Oper Zürich), Cadmus ('Cadmus et Hermione', Opéra Comique Paris), Fritz ('The Dead City', Opéra national de Lorraine), Malatesta and Boris ('Moscow - Cheryomushki', Opéra de Lyon) and Stephano in 'The Tempest' (Concertgebouw Amsterdam). He has performed with orchestras such as the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Gewandhausorchester Leipzig, Tonhalle Orchester Zürich, Brussels Philharmonic Orchestra, Les Arts Florissants, Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, Orchestra des 18. He has worked with conductors such as Frans Brüggen, Jaap van Zweden, James Gaffigan, William Christie, Hervé Niquet, Ivor Bolton, Marcus Creed, Ingo Metzmacher, Sylvain Cambreling and Edo de Waart.