Johannes Kammler is one of the most promising German Baritones of his generation and is internationally committed to opera, lied and concerts.

In March 2019 he was invited by Rolando Villazón and ZDF / ARTE to the television show "STARS VON MORGEN" in Berlin.

In August 2018, Johannes Kammler made his successful debut at the Salzburg Festival with the opera DER PROZESS by Gottfried von Einem.

In February 2019 he made his house debut at the Canadian Opera Company in Toronto as Guglielmo in COSI FAN TUTTE.

Since the 2018/2019 season, Johannes has been part of the ensemble of the Stuttgart State Opera and has been performing there, among others, Malatesta / DON PASQUALE, Guglielmo / COSI FAN TUTTE, Marcello / LA BOHEME or Count/ LE NOZZE DI FIGARO; most recently also very successful Papageno / DIE ZAUBERFLÖTE and Oreste in Gluck's IPHIGÉNIE EN TAURIDE.

Future assignments at the Stuttgart State Opera include Papageno in DIE ZAUBERFLÖTE or his role debut as Ford in Verdi's FALSTAFF.
In addition, song evenings follow again in London's Wigmore Hall as well as some symphonic concerts e.g. Orff`s CARMINA BURANA and Mendelssohn`s WALPURGISNACHT with the Duisburg Philharmonic.

From summer 2020 on, he will make his debuts at the Bregenz Festival, the Salzburg Mozart Weeks as the title hero in DON GIOVANNI and at the Glyndebourne Festival as Papageno.

In addition to his work in Stuttgart, Johannes Kammler can be seen regularly throughout Europe in numerous concerts: e.g. with Handel's MESSIAH, Mendelssohn's ELIAS, Donizetti's REQUIEM, Haydn's JAHRESZEITEN or Bach's ST. MATTHEW PASSION and CHRISTMAS ORATORIO, or EIN DEUTSCHES REQUIEM by Brahms.
In the seasons 15/16 & 16/17 Johannes Kammler was a member of the opera studio of the Bavarian State Opera in Munich and was subsequently taken on by the ensemble there. With roles such as Ruggiero in Halévys LA JUIVE, John Sorel in Menotti`s THE CONSUL, Scherasmin in Weber`s OBERON or Graf Dominik in ARABELLA all received excellent reviews.

In August 2015, Johannes Kammler made his debut at the Verbier Festival as Marcello in Puccini's LA BOHEME. In summer 2016 he made his house debut at Den Norske Opera in Oslo for a scenic production (Calixto Bieito) of Britten's WAR REQUIEM and in summer 2017 he made his role debut as Belcore in Donizetti's L`ELISIR D`AMORE at the New Generation Festival in Florence.

Johannes has already sung with such important conductors as:
Kirill Petrenko, Bertrand de Billy, Oksana Lyniv, Andrea Battistoni, Asher Fisch, Marco Armiliato, Constantin Trinks, Ivor Bolton, Simone Young or Cornelius Meister, Gustavo Dudamel, Thomas Hengelbrock, Sir Simon Rattle, Sir Mark Elder, Marin Alsop, HK Gruber and Bernard Labadie.

He has previously worked with orchestras such as the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, the NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchestra, the Berlin Philharmonic, the London Symphony Orchestra and the Orquesta Sinfónica Simón Bolívar de Venezuela, which have taken him to London, Berlin, Hamburg, Baden-Baden, Porto, Moscow, Caracas and Los Angeles already.

Johannes Kammler is also very active and successful with singing Lieder. For example, in October 2016 he was invited to the renowned Oxford Lieder Festival for a recital with Roger Vignoles, with whom he has since been engaged repeatedly for recitals across Europe; e.g. also at Wigmore Hall in London, De Doelen in Rotterdam, in Schloss Elmau or at the Beethoven Fest Bonn. Now he also sings song recitals together with his wife, the soprano Anna El-Khashem.

Born in Augsburg, the artist received his first musical training from the Augsburg Cathedral Choir. Later he studied singing a. a. in Freiburg im Breisgau, Toronto and at the Guildhall in London. Johannes Kammler was a finalist and winner of the international singing competitions NEUE STIMMEN and OPERALIA.

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