Hubert Mayer

ténor

Hubert Mayer, tenor, was born in Hüfingen, Germany. He studied at the Hochschule für Musik in Freiburg and performed in Freiburg, Biel, Lüneburg, Karlsruhe, as well as at the Gärtnerplatz Theater in Munich and the Staatstheater in Stuttgart. Roles include Tamino in The Magic Flute, Don Ramiro in La Cenerentola and Tony in West Side Story. He has sung under renowned conductors such as Hans Zender, Gabriele Ferro and Heinz Holliger, and with Concerto Palatino, Musica Alta Ripa, the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra, Klangforum Wien, Ensemble Recherche and Ensemble intercontemporain. Performing a broad repertoire, Mayer has performed many premieres, including Francesco Hoch’s The Magic Ring (2002, Milan) and all the tenor parts of Stockhausen’s Sonntag aus Licht.
In 2004 he sang the tenor part in Luigi Nono’s Prometeo at the Triennale
in Cologne and the Hamburg Music Festival, each under the direction of Ingo Metzmacher. In May 2010, as part of the overall performance of Stockhausen’s Klang, he sang ‘the Jerulsem’ premiere for tenor and electronic music at the Triennale Köln.

Traduction : Southbank Centre, London (2019).

Avec Le Balcon : Hubert Mayer interprète le rôle de Michael (chanteur) à l’occasion de la reprise de Donnerstag aus Licht (K. Stockhausen) au Royal Festival Hall de Londres.