Marek REICHERT  Baritone


Since 2010 baritone Marek Reichert works as a freelance artist. Guest engagements brought him as VALENTIN in Gounod’s “Faust”, as PAPAGENO and MOUSSE-À-MORT in Offenbach’s “Croquefer” at the Nuremberg State Theatre. He also was VICAR GEDGE in “Albert Herring” at the Linz Municipal Theatre.

Besides, he was invited to sing DR. FALKE at the theatres of Aachen, Regensburg and in Luxembourg. Under the musical direction of Markus Bosch he sang MORALES at the Heidenheim Opera Festival. At the world premiere of Enver Özdiker’s opera „Aufstand“ at the Wuppertal Theatre he portrays ROBERT VON ARRENBERG. He could be seen as von WERNTHAL in Detlef Glanert’s “Scherz, Satire, Ironie und tiefere Bedeutung“ and as DE BRÉTIGNY in Massenet‘s „Manon Lescaut“ at the Pforzheim Theatre. He sang the title role in the world premiere of Wimberger’s opera “Heinrich von KLEIST” and hat a guest performance with CARMINA BURANA at the Studio of the Berlin Brandenburg Broadcasting Coorperation with the Brandenburg State Philharmonic Orchestra. With the South Westphalia Philharmonic Orchestra he portrayed the GOD OF THUNDER in “Das Rheingold” and he was KILIAN and OTTOKAR in “Der Freischütz” at the Württembergische Allgäu Festival. Other guest engagements took him to the Theatres of Baden, Chur, Plauen/Zwickau, Neustrelitz and Meißen.

From 2006 until 2010 he was a member of the Coburg Municipal Theatre’s ensemble, where he succeeded with German and the Italian cavalier baritone parts such as CONTE D’ALMAVIVA, MARCELLO, DR. MALATESTA, GUGLIELMO, LESCAUT in Massenet‘s „ Manon Lescaut“ , ALBERT, VALENTIN, PETER BESENBINDER,COUNT EBERBACH, DR. FALKE, PAPAGENO and STANLEY KOWALSKI in André Previn’s “A Streetcar Named Desire”.
Marek reichert was born in Berlin and studied singing at the conservatories of Dresden and Leiüzig. He made his stage debut at the Eduard von Winterstein-Theatre in Annaberg. Whie still studying, he absolved master classes with Jonathan Alder, Venceslava Hruba-Freiberger, Andreas Schmidt, George Fortune, Roman Trekel and Rainer Goldberg. He is also a very much sought-after concert soloist. Concert engagements with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra braught him to France and Israel.

At the Bayreuth Festspiel he was very successful as WOLFRAM in „Tannhäuser for Children“, and was re-engaged here the following year as FASOLT

In spring 2018 he made his spectscular debut at the Hof Theatre as the POET in Aribert Reimann’ s opera “Traumspiel”. In 2019 he is MARCUS SCHOULER in the German premiere of William Bolcom’s opera MCTEAGUE.