Oliver Pürckhauer basso
Oliver Pürckhauer was born in Stuttgart.
He started his musical career as a saxophone-player, which he studied in Stuttgart from 2006 till 2012. He studied singing with the mexican Tenor and voice Teacher Armando Mora.
Later on; he went on to study his Bachelor and Masters Degree in Mannheim, Germany with Professor Snezana Stamenkovic.
While he was still studying, he was active as an Oratorio-singer, singing J.S.Bach „Johannespassion (Arias and Pilatus), Rossinis “Petite Messe Solemne“ and “Missa di Gloria”, Gounod “Missa di Cecilia“ among others.
Oliver Pürckhauer was a member of the “Accademia della Scala” in Milan. He sang as well in other important theaters like the “Scala di Milano”, the “Maggio Musicale”, Firenze, the Theater Basel, the “Teatro Comunale” di Verona, the “Nationaltheater Mannheim” and the“Teatro Massimo Bellini in Catania, Sizilien.
His repertoire includes Papageno“, „Sarastro“, „Sprecher“ and „zweiter Geharnischter“ from the “Zauberflöte”, „Figaro“ from „Le Nozze di Figaro“, „Don Basilio“ from “Il Barbiere di Siviglia”, den „5. Juden“ aus “Salome” among others.
He participated in Masterclasses with Ulrich Eisenlohr, Peter Stein, Angelika Kirchschlager, Luciana Serra, Luciana D'Intino, Renato Bruson, Marco Gandini, Armando Mora, KS. Eva Randova and the King's Singers.
2022 he recorded his first CD, which will be published in Autumn of the same year.