Bari­ton

Johannes
Weiss­er

Bari­ton

Johannes
Weiss­er

Biog­ra­phy

Nor­we­gian bari­tone Johannes Weiss­er has estab­lished him­self as one of the most excit­ing Euro­pean singers of his gen­er­a­tion.

Recent engage­ments have brought him to the Salzburg Fes­ti­val, Staat­sop­er Berlin, Teatro Real Madrid, Théâtre de La Mon­naie in Brus­sels, Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Cana­di­an Opera Com­pa­ny, Fest­spiel­haus Baden-Baden, Komis­che Oper Berlin, Nor­we­gian Nation­al Opera, Roy­al Dan­ish Opera, and the Edin­burgh Inter­na­tion­al Fes­ti­val. He has worked with con­duc­tors such as Her­bert Blom­st­edt, Andris Nel­sons, Kir­ill Petrenko, Thomas Daus­gaard, Adam Fis­ch­er, René Jacobs, Ingo Met­z­mach­er, Marc Minkows­ki, Gio­van­ni Antoni­ni, Fabio Bion­di, Ottavio Dan­tone, Diego Faso­lis, Philippe Her­reweghe, Vasi­ly Petrenko, and Trevor Pin­nock.

Johannes Weiss­er has recent­ly appeared in the title role of Tchaikovsky‘s Eugene One­gin, as Ger­mont in La Travi­a­ta, as Don Gio­van­ni and Lep­orel­lo in Don Gio­van­ni, Gugliel­mo (Così fan tutte), Papageno (Die Zauber­flöte), Don Pizarro (Fide­lio), Schau­nard (La Bohème), Malat­es­ta (Don Pasquale), Mr. Flint (Bil­ly Budd), and the title role in Grieg’s Peer Gynt. At Staat­sop­er Berlin he has appeared in 2017 in Purcell’s King Arthur. With the Freiburg Baroque Orches­tra and René Jacobs, Mr. Weiss­er suc­cess­ful­ly toured Beethoven’s orig­i­nal Leonore, singing the role of Don Pizarro.

Johannes Weiss­er is a much sought-after con­cert and ora­to­rio singer, with reper­toire that spans from the ear­ly 17th cen­tu­ry music of Mon­tever­di to the works of Weill, Brit­ten and con­tem­po­rary com­posers. With the Oslo Phil­har­mon­ic Orches­tra he recent­ly sang Mahler’s Des Knaben Wun­der­horn. The Nor­we­gian Radio Orches­tra invit­ed him to sing Mahler’s Kinder­toten­lieder.

Nor­we­gian bari­tone Johannes Weiss­er has estab­lished him­self as one of the most excit­ing Euro­pean singers of his gen­er­a­tion.

Recent engage­ments have brought him to the Salzburg Fes­ti­val, Staat­sop­er Berlin, Teatro Real Madrid, Théâtre de La Mon­naie in Brus­sels, Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Cana­di­an Opera Com­pa­ny, Fest­spiel­haus Baden-Baden, …

Komis­che Oper Berlin, Nor­we­gian Nation­al Opera, Roy­al Dan­ish Opera, and the Edin­burgh Inter­na­tion­al Fes­ti­val. He has worked with con­duc­tors such as Her­bert Blom­st­edt, Andris Nel­sons, Kir­ill Petrenko, Thomas Daus­gaard, Adam Fis­ch­er, René Jacobs, Ingo Met­z­mach­er, Marc Minkows­ki, Gio­van­ni Antoni­ni, Fabio Bion­di, Ottavio Dan­tone, Diego Faso­lis, Philippe Her­reweghe, Vasi­ly Petrenko, and Trevor Pin­nock.

Johannes Weiss­er has recent­ly appeared in the title role of Tchaikovsky‘s Eugene One­gin, as Ger­mont in La Travi­a­ta, as Don Gio­van­ni and Lep­orel­lo in Don Gio­van­ni, Gugliel­mo (Così fan tutte), Papageno (Die Zauber­flöte), Don Pizarro (Fide­lio), Schau­nard (La Bohème), Malat­es­ta (Don Pasquale), Mr. Flint (Bil­ly Budd), and the title role in Grieg’s Peer Gynt. At Staat­sop­er Berlin he has appeared in 2017 in Purcell’s King Arthur. With the Freiburg Baroque Orches­tra and René Jacobs, Mr. Weiss­er suc­cess­ful­ly toured Beethoven’s orig­i­nal Leonore, singing the role of Don Pizarro.

Johannes Weiss­er is a much sought-after con­cert and ora­to­rio singer, with reper­toire that spans from the ear­ly 17th cen­tu­ry music of Mon­tever­di to the works of Weill, Brit­ten and con­tem­po­rary com­posers. With the Oslo Phil­har­mon­ic Orches­tra he recent­ly sang Mahler’s Des Knaben Wun­der­horn. The Nor­we­gian Radio Orches­tra invit­ed him to sing Mahler’s Kinder­toten­lieder.

This sea­son will see him appear in Beethoven’s Mis­sa Solem­nis with the Freiburg Baroque Orches­tra and Mendelssohn‘s Erste Walpur­gis­nacht at Klarafes­ti­val. With Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin he toured St Matthew Pas­sion across Europe. An accom­plished Lied singer, he has won inter­na­tion­al crit­i­cal acclaim for his performances of Schumann’s Dichter­liebe and Grieg’s Vin­je Songs in recitals, and for his recent recital appear­ance at Eppan­er Lied Fes­ti­val, direct­ed by the leg­endary Brigitte Fass­baen­der. His record­ing of Grieg Songs has received inter­na­tion­al crit­i­cal acclaim.

Wide­ly known for the numer­ous award-win­ning record­ings that he has already pro­duced, Johannes has appeared on disc in the title role of Don Gio­van­ni (René Jacobs/harmonia mun­di), Don Pizarro in Beethoven’s orig­i­nal Leonore and Haydn’s Die Schöp­fung (René Jacobs/harmonia mun­di), Bach’s St Matthew Pas­sion and St John Pas­sion (both René Jacobs/harmonia mun­di), but also in the role of Achilla in Giulio Cesare (Alan Curtis/naive), and Ståle Kleiberg’s Mass for a Mod­ern Man with Trond­heim Sin­foni­et­ta. In 2013 he was a GRAMMY nom­i­nee for his role as David in Ståle Kleiberg‘s opera David and Bathshe­ba, a record­ing with the Trond­heim Sym­pho­ny Orches­tra con­duct­ed by Tönu Kaljuste (best opera record­ing).

Johannes Weiss­er stud­ied at the Music Con­ser­va­to­ry in Copen­hagen and at the Roy­al Dan­ish Acad­e­my of Opera in Copen­hagen with Susan­na Eken. In the spring of 2004, aged 23, he made his debut at the Nor­we­gian Nation­al Opera as well as at Komis­che Oper Berlin, in both hous­es as Maset­to in Don Gio­van­ni. He lives in Oslo.

This sea­son will see him appear in Beethoven’s Mis­sa Solem­nis with the Freiburg Baroque Orches­tra and Mendelssohn‘s Erste Walpur­gis­nacht at Klarafes­ti­val. With Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin he toured St Matthew Pas­sion across Europe. An accom­plished Lied singer, he has won inter­na­tion­al crit­i­cal acclaim for his performances of Schumann’s Dichter­liebe and Grieg’s Vin­je Songs in recitals, and for his recent recital appear­ance at Eppan­er Lied Fes­ti­val, direct­ed by the leg­endary Brigitte Fass­baen­der. His record­ing of Grieg Songs has received inter­na­tion­al crit­i­cal acclaim.

Wide­ly known for the numer­ous award-win­ning record­ings that he has already pro­duced, Johannes has appeared on disc in the title role of Don Gio­van­ni (René Jacobs/harmonia mun­di), Don Pizarro in Beethoven’s orig­i­nal Leonore and Haydn’s Die Schöp­fung (René Jacobs/harmonia mun­di), Bach’s St Matthew Pas­sion and St John Pas­sion (both René Jacobs/harmonia mun­di), but also in the role of Achilla in Giulio Cesare (Alan Curtis/naive), and Ståle Kleiberg’s Mass for a Mod­ern Man with Trond­heim Sin­foni­et­ta. In 2013 he was a GRAMMY nom­i­nee for his role as David in Ståle Kleiberg‘s opera David and Bathshe­ba, a record­ing with the Trond­heim Sym­pho­ny Orches­tra con­duct­ed by Tönu Kaljuste (best opera record­ing).

Johannes Weiss­er stud­ied at the Music Con­ser­va­to­ry in Copen­hagen and at the Roy­al Dan­ish Acad­e­my of Opera in Copen­hagen with Susan­na Eken. In the spring of 2004, aged 23, he made his debut at the Nor­we­gian Nation­al Opera as well as at Komis­che Oper Berlin, in both hous­es as Maset­to in Don Gio­van­ni. He lives in Oslo.

Press

“Ein­er von ihnen ist der über­ra­gende Bass Johannes Weiss­er. Seinen Erzen­gel Raphael und später einen char­man­ten Adam muss man selb­st für Schöpfer hal­ten — jedes Detail formt er treulich nach mit seinem marki­gen Bass, der sich so machtvoll emporhebt oder so samtig in den Orch­esterk­lang schmiegt”

Adele Jakumeit,
Frank­furter All­ge­meine Zeitung
(Die Schöp­fung, Ruhrtri­en­nale)

“Bari­tone Johannes Weiss­er sings the role of Christ with a blend of youth­ful mas­culin­i­ty and calm author­i­ty.”

Patrick Ruck­er,
Wash­ing­ton Post
(Matthew Pas­sion record­ing, Har­mo­nia Mun­di)

“Johannes Weiss­er is in him­self a musi­cal high­light. When he enters the stage as Gior­gio in the sec­ond act, I sim­ply want to shout “now we´re talk­ing”! His dis­tinc­tive, pow­er­ful bari­tone res­onates in the audi­to­ri­um and adds a spe­cial weight to the musi­cal expres­sion.”

Hilde Halvorsrød,
Scenekunst.no
(La Travi­a­ta, Trond­heim Opera)

Bari­tone Johannes Weiss­er brings an impres­sive ver­sa­til­i­ty of tim­bres to the role of David. A robust singer, he dis­plays grit and res­o­nance on the low end, under­stat­ed strength in the mid­dle and a wist­ful, almost tenor-like affec­ta­tion in his upper range.”

Daniel J. Kush­n­er,
Oper­anews
(David and Bathshe­ba, 2L Record­ings)

“Don Pizarro. Diesen spielte und sang Johannes Weiss­er in zack­iger, skru­pel­los­er, ein­schüchtern­der sowie aufge­brachter rauer Größe, für den sich die Fan­faren des Orch­esters eben­so loy­al erhoben.”

Jens Kli­er,
Bach­track
(Don Piz­zarro, Beethoven Leonore, Köl­ner Phil­har­monie)

“Bari­tone Johannes Weiss­er sings the role of Christ with a blend of youth­ful mas­culin­i­ty and calm author­i­ty.”

Patrick Ruck­er,
Wash­ing­ton Post
(Matthew Pas­sion record­ing, Har­mo­nia Mun­di)

“Weiss­er was a tremen­dous Gio­van­ni, com­mand­ing the stage through­out, both vocal­ly and dra­mat­i­cal­ly. There’s a youth­ful­ness to the tone that I find absolute­ly engag­ing and ide­al for the part. He brought out a hand­some seduc­tive­ness in the ser­e­nade (sung down the phone to Elvira’s maid) with an impec­ca­ble lega­to and orna­men­ta­tion that enhanced the line. The cham­pagne aria was dis­patched with extro­vert ease with­out com­pro­mis­ing on the beau­ty of the tone. So much of Giovanni’s char­ac­ter is cre­at­ed in the recita­tives and here Weiss­er real­ly used the text ful­ly to illus­trate the char­ac­ter, there­by giv­ing him the impact to car­ry the show.”

Oper­a­trav­eller
(Don Gio­van­ni, The Nor­we­gian Opera and Bal­let)

“Der König von Schot­t­land alias Johannes Weiss­er wirkt durch und durch her­risch, wozu der bisweilen her­vor­brechende emo­tionale in sein­er Stimme nicht wenig beitragt”

Volk­er Tarnow,
Opern­welt
(Ari­o­dante, Drot­tning­holm Slottsteater)

“Johannes Weiss­er pro­posed a vocal approach to the role of the king that com­bined a dra­mat­ic pulse in his recita­tivi and latent (yet per­fect­ly inte­grat­ed) out­cries in his demand­ing col­oratu­ra with a tone of sweet­ness and sin­cer­i­ty which the Nor­we­gian bari­tone mas­tered across the entire vocal range.”

Per Andreas Wal­h­berg,
Olyrix
(Ari­o­dante, Drot­tning­holm Slottsteater)

“Johannes Weiss­er man­aged to sing rather than bark the das­tard­ly Don Pizarro role and his rol­lick­ing “Jet­zt eilet auf die Zin­nen” aria with cho­rus (cut for the 1814 ver­sion) was res­o­nant and suit­ably snarly.”

Jonathan Suther­land,
Bach­track
(Don Piz­zarro, Beethoven Leonore, The­ater an der Wien)

“Bari­tone Johannes Weiss­er sings the role of Christ with a blend of youth­ful mas­culin­i­ty and calm author­i­ty.”

Patrick Ruck­er,
Wash­ing­ton Post
(Matthew Pas­sion record­ing, Har­mo­nia Mun­di)

“Johannes Weiss­er, sings Jesus with per­fect weight of voice; not the usu­al sepul­chral-toned fig­ure but a noble young man of deep com­pas­sion and human­i­ty.”

War­wick Arnold,
Lime­light mag­a­zine
(Matthew Pas­sion record­ing, Har­mo­nia Mun­di)

“Dem Jesus von Johannes Weiss­er eignet die für diesen Part in der Matthäus-Pas­sion nötige Noblesse und Größe. Weiss­er deutet Jesus zwar gemessen und mit durchge­hend edlem Ton, doch nicht entrückt, son­dern angemessen emo­tion­al, mit dem inten­siv­en Geschehen inter­agierend.”

Dr. Matthias Lange,
Klassik.com
(Matthew Pas­sion record­ing, Har­mo­nia Mun­di)

“Weiss­er glänzt mit Noblesse und Wärme, mit aus­geglich­enen Reg­is­tern und ele­gan­ten bari­tonalen Far­ben.”

Dr. Matthias Lange,
Klassik.com
(Matthew Pas­sion record­ing, Har­mo­nia Mun­di)

Performances

11/04/2020 18:30

Zürich

Joseph Haydn: Salve Regi­na in g‑Moll
Sta­bat mater für 4 Solis­ten, Chor und Orch­ester

Kam­merorch­ester Basel
René Jacobs, con­duc­tor

06/05/2020 19:00

Bad Lauch­stadt

Schu­mann: Zyklen op.39 & op.24
Brahms “Vier ern­ste Gesänge” op.121

with Daniel Hei­de, piano

Goethe-The­ater

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06/12/2018 19:30

Oslo

Bach: Christ­mas Ora­to­rio

Oslo Chorale Sel­skap

Tre­foldighet­skirken

18/01/2019 — 16/02/2019 0:00 — 23:59

Oslo

Brit­ten: Bil­ly Budd

Den Norske Opera & Bal­lett
Mark Wig­glesworth

15/03/2019 20:00

Brus­sels

Klarafes­ti­val

Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy: Die erste Walpur­gis­nacht, op. 60

Cham­ber Orches­tra of Europe
David Afkham, con­duc­tor

DeSin­gel

29/03/2019 19:30

Seoul

Don Gio­van­ni
Freiburg­er Barock­o­rch­ester
René Jacobs

Lotte Hall

30/03/2019 17:00

Seoul

Don Gio­van­ni
Freiburg­er Barock­o­rch­ester
René Jacobs

Lotte Hall

01/04/2019 19:30

Shen­zen

Don Gio­van­ni
Freiburg­er Barock­o­rch­ester
René Jacobs

Lotte Hall

04/04/2019 20:00

Bahrain

Don Gio­van­ni
Freiburg­er Barock­o­rch­ester
René Jacobs

Nation­al The­atre

19/04/2019 19:30

Paris

St Matthew Pas­sion

Orchestre Nation­al de France
Václav Luks

Théâtre des Champs-Élysées

28/04/2019 20:00

Cologne

Lud­wig van Beethoven: Mis­sa solem­nis
Freiburg­er Barock­o­rch­ester
René Jacobs

29/04/2019 20:00

Oviedo

29Ludwig van Beethoven: Mis­sa solem­nis
Freiburg­er Barock­o­rch­ester
René Jacobs

Audi­to­rio Principe Felipe

04/05/2019 14:15

Ams­ter­dam

Lud­wig van Beethoven: Mis­sa solem­nis
Freiburg­er Barock­o­rch­ester
René Jacobs

Con­cert­ge­bouw

06/05/2019 20:30

Paris

Lud­wig van Beethoven: Mis­sa solem­nis
Freiburg­er Barock­o­rch­ester
René Jacobs

Phil­har­monie de Paris

08/05/2019 20:00

Freiburg

Lud­wig van Beethoven: Mis­sa solem­nis
Freiburg­er Barock­o­rch­ester
René Jacobs

Konz­erthaus

13/05/2019 20:00

Berlin

Lud­wig van Beethoven: Mis­sa solem­nis
Freiburg­er Barock­o­rch­ester
René Jacobs

Phil­har­monie

03/08/2019 — 17/08/2019 0:00 — 23:59

Drot­tning­holm Fes­ti­val

Hän­del: ARIODANTE

22/08/2019 20:00

Oslo Kam­mer­musik­fes­ti­val

Gala con­cert

23/08/2019 20:00

Oslo Kam­mer­musik­fes­ti­val

Stars at The Roy­al Palace II

13/09/2019 0:00

Bucharest

Enes­cu Fes­ti­val — Leonore
Freiburg­er Barock­o­rch­ester
René Jacobs

15/09/2019 0:00

Bucharest

Enes­cu Fes­ti­val — Beethoven: Mis­sa Solem­nis
Freiburg­er Barock­o­rch­ester
René Jacobs

21/09/2019 0:00

Ambron­ay

Fes­ti­val d’Am­bron­ay
A Sym­pho­ny of Songs, René Jacobs

24/09/2019 20:00

Gent

A Sym­pho­ny of Songs

B‑Rock Orches­tra
René Jacobs

22/11/2019 18:00

Engel­bert Humperdinck: Hänsel & Gre­tel

Nor­we­gian Nation­al Opera
con­duc­tor: Dmitri Jurows­ki
The Chil­dren’s Cho­rus, The Opera Cho­rus, The Opera Orches­tra

24/11/2019 15:00

Engel­bert Humperdinck: Hänsel & Gre­tel

Nor­we­gian Nation­al Opera
con­duc­tor: Dmitri Jurows­ki
The Chil­dren’s Cho­rus, The Opera Cho­rus, The Opera Orches­tra

01/12/2019 15:00

Engel­bert Humperdinck: Hänsel & Gre­tel

Nor­we­gian Nation­al Opera
con­duc­tor: Dmitri Jurows­ki
The Chil­dren’s Cho­rus, The Opera Cho­rus, The Opera Orches­tra

05/12/2019 18:00

Engel­bert Humperdinck: Hänsel & Gre­tel

Nor­we­gian Nation­al Opera
con­duc­tor: Dmitri Jurows­ki
The Chil­dren’s Cho­rus, The Opera Cho­rus, The Opera Orches­tra

07/12/2019 15:00

Engel­bert Humperdinck: Hänsel & Gre­tel

Nor­we­gian Nation­al Opera
con­duc­tor: Dmitri Jurows­ki
The Chil­dren’s Cho­rus, The Opera Cho­rus, The Opera Orches­tra

12/12/2019 18:00

Engel­bert Humperdinck: Hänsel & Gre­tel

Nor­we­gian Nation­al Opera
con­duc­tor: Dmitri Jurows­ki
The Chil­dren’s Cho­rus, The Opera Cho­rus, The Opera Orches­tra

17/12/2019 19:00

Engel­bert Humperdinck: Hänsel & Gre­tel

Nor­we­gian Nation­al Opera
con­duc­tor: Dmitri Jurows­ki
The Chil­dren’s Cho­rus, The Opera Cho­rus, The Opera Orches­tra

27/12/2019 15:00

Engel­bert Humperdinck: Hänsel & Gre­tel

Nor­we­gian Nation­al Opera
con­duc­tor: Dmitri Jurows­ki
The Chil­dren’s Cho­rus, The Opera Cho­rus, The Opera Orches­tra

07/02/2020 19:30

Beethoven: Fide­lio

con­cert per­for­mance

Sta­vanger Sym­pho­ny Orches­tra
con­duc­tor: Markus Stenz

09/02/2020 19:30

Beethoven: Fide­lio

con­cert per­for­mance

Sta­vanger Sym­pho­ny Orches­tra
con­duc­tor: Markus Stenz

13/03/2020 20:00

J. Brahms/Glanert: Vier Ern­ste Gesänge

Tam­pere Phil­har­mon­ic Orches­tra
con­duc­tor: Olari Elts

05/04/2020 18:00

Basel

Joseph Haydn: Salve Regi­na in g‑Moll
Sta­bat mater für 4 Solis­ten, Chor und Orch­ester

Kam­merorch­ester Basel
René Jacobs, con­duc­tor

07/04/2020 20:30

Aix-en-Provence

Joseph Haydn: Salve Regi­na in g‑Moll
Sta­bat mater für 4 Solis­ten, Chor und Orch­ester

Kam­merorch­ester Basel
René Jacobs, con­duc­tor

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Discog­ra­phy

W.A. Mozart: Requiem KV 626

Sophie Karthäuser, Marie-Claude Chap­puis, Max­i­m­il­ian Schmitt, Johannes Weiss­er, RIAS Kam­mer­chor, Freiburg­er Barock­o­rch­ester, René Jacobs
har­mo­nia mun­di, DDD, 2016

G.F. Hän­del: Giulio Cesare in Egitto/Achillas

Marie-Nicole Lemieux, Kari­na Gau­vin, Romi­na Bas­so, Emoke Baráth, Fil­ip­po Minec­cia, Johannes Weiss­er
Com­p­lesso Baroc­co, Alan Cur­tis

Naive, DDD, 2012

E. Grieg: Peer Gynt

Lise David­sen, Ann-Helen Moen, Vic­to­ria Nava, Johannes Weiss­er, Jean-Efflam Bavouzet, Bergen Phil­har­mon­ic Orches­tra, Edward Gard­ner
Chan­dos, DDD, 2017

J.S. Bach: St. John’s Pas­sion

Wern­er Güra, Sun­hae Im, Ben­no Schacht­ner, Sebas­t­ian Kohlhepp, Johannes Weiss­er, RIAS Kam­mer­chor, Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, Rene Jacobs
har­mo­nia mun­di, DDD, 2015

J.S. Bach: St. Matthew’s Pas­sion

Wern­er Güra, Johannes Weiss­er, Sun­hae Im, Bernar­da Fink, Topi Lehtipuu, Kon­stan­tin Wolff, Staats- und Dom­chor Berlin, RIAS Kam­mer­chor, Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, René Jacobs har­mo­nia mun­di, DDD, 2012

Kleiberg: Mass for Mod­ern Man

Mari Eriksmoen, Johannes Weiss­er, Trond­heim Sym­pho­ny Choir, Trond­heim Sym­pho­ny Orches­tra, Eivind Gull­berg Jensen
2L, DDD, 2016

C.Ph.E. Bach: Die Israeliten in der Wüste

Anja Petersen, Sarah Maria Sun, Daniel Johannsen, Johannes Weiss­er, Cho­rus Musi­cus Köln, Das Neue Orch­ester, Christoph Sper­ing
DHM, DDD, 2014

G.Ph. Tele­mann: Brock­es Pas­sion

Bir­gitte Chris­tensen, Lydia Teusch­er, Marie-Claude Chap­puis, Donat Havar, Daniel Behle, Johannes Weiss­er, RIAS Kam­mer­chor, Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, René Jacobs
har­mo­nia mun­di, DDD, 2008

G.F. Hän­del: Giove in Argo

Ann Hal­len­berg, Kari­na Gau­vin, Ani­cio Zorzi Gius­tini­ani, Vito Pri­ante, Theodo­ra Baka, Johannes Weiss­er, Il Com­p­lesso Baroc­co, Alan Cur­tis
Era­to, DDD, 2012

J. Haydn: Die Schöp­fung

Freiburg­er Barock­o­rch­ester, Julia Kleit­er, Max­i­m­il­ian Schmitt, Johannes Weiss­er

har­mo­nia mun­di, DDD, 2009

A Tele­mann Com­pan­ion

Bir­gitte Chris­tensen, Lydia Teusch­er, Marie-Claude Chap­puis, Donat Havar, Daniel Behle, Johannes Weiss­er, Mau­rice Ste­ger, Dorothea Röschmann, Ruth Ziesak, Wern­er Güra, Roman Trekel, RIAS Kam­mer­chor, Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, Rene Jacobs
har­mo­nia mun­di, 2017

Emilio de’­Cav­a­lieri: Rap­p­re­sen­ta­tione di Ani­ma et di Cor­po

Marie-Claude Chap­puis, Johannes Weiss­er, Gyu­la Orendt, Mark Mil­hofer, Mar­cos Fink, Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, René Jacobs
har­mo­nia mun­di, DDD, 2013

Niels Wil­helm Gade: Elver­skud op.30

Sophie Junker, Ivonne Fuchs, Johannes Weiss­er, Dan­ish Nation­al Vocal Ensem­ble, Con­cer­to Copen­hagen, Lars Ulrik Mortensen
DaCapo, 2018

W. A. Mozart: Don Gio­van­ni

Johannes Weiss­er, Loren­zo Regaz­zo, Alexan­d­ri­na Pen­datchan­s­ka, Olga Pasich­nyk, Ken­neth Tarv­er, RIAS Kam­mer­chor, Freiburg­er Barock­o­rch­ester, René Jacobs
har­mo­nia mun­di, DDD, 2006

J. Haydn: Applausus

Anna Pal­im­i­na, Mari­na De Liso, Donat Havar, Johannes Weiss­er, Andreas Wolf, Capel­la Augusti­na, Andreas Sper­ing
Capric­cio, DDD, 2010

Vis­it­ing Grieg

Melodies of the Heart op. 5, Romanzen & Lieder op. 18
5 Poems op. 26, 12 Melodies to Poems by A. O. Vin­je op. 33
Six Songs op. 48

Johannes Weiss­er, Soren Ras­to­gi
Simax, DDD, 2009

Con­tact

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Oliv­er Kretschmer
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