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Wilhelm Schwinghammer (uncredited)

Wilhelm Schwinghammer

  Born in Vilsbiburg in Bavaria in 1977, the bass Wilhelm Schwinghammer began his musical training at the cathedral choir school of the Regensburger Domspatzen, where he was a member of the world famous boys' choir. He then went on to study singing with Harald Stamm at the University of the Arts in Berlin. Master classes with teachers like Kurt Moll and Marjana Lipovsek rounded off his training.   He was a finalist in the 33rd German Federal Competition of 2004 in Berlin and won second prize and the Audience Prize in the singer category at the 2009 ARD Music Competition in Munich.   Under the aegis of the International Opera Studio of the Hamburg Staatsoper (2003) he sang in such productions as "GIULIO CESARE", "DIE ZAUBERFLÖTE", "LA TRAVIATA", "ZAR UND ZIMMERMANN", "DIE MEISTERSINGER VON NÜRNBERG" and "EVGENY ONEGIN".

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