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Viennese bass-baritone Stefan Unterleithner studied at the Conservatoire of the Vienna Archdiocese and at the Conservatoire of Music and Performing Arts.
He was also trained as pupil of star-soprano Montserrat Caballe at her masterclasses in Zaragoza (Spain) who praised him for the unique beauty and streght of his voice. His operatic roles include Count Almaviva in The Marriage of Figaro, Minister in Fidelio, Sprecher in Zauberflöte, Tonio in Pagliacci, Escamillo in Carmen, Banco in Macbeth, as well as the dramatic bass-baritone parts of Strauss and Wagner - Johanaan in Salome and Wotan in Rheingold. His voice according to it's range enables him to sing bass and bartione parts.
He gave his debut as Banco in Verdis Opera Macbeth in London. In oratorio, he has sung Haydn The Creation, Rossini Stabat Mater, Mozart, Bizet and Bach. He works with Hans Fuchsberger, repetiteur at the Vienna State Opera. Future plans include the role of Wotan in Wagners Rheingold and Johanaan in Salome by Richard Strauss, as well as concerts in Munich, Vienna an St. Petersburg.
London (St. James Piccadilli, Kings-Theatre, English Opera Singers Debut als Banco in Verdis Macbeth sowie Debut als Renato in Un Ballo in Maschera, G.Verdi