Tomas Möwes

Baritone Tomas Möwes was born in Halle. After vocal studies in Weimar he became a member of the ensemble of the Opera of Magdeburg (1977-88) and the Opera of Halle (1988-1990). His roles at the Opera of Leipzig (1999-2001) included the title roles in Busonis Dr. Faust, Le Grand Macabre, Don Giovanni, Eugen Onegin, Macbeth, as well as Marcello in La Boheme, Graf Almaviva in Le Nozze di Figaro, Scarpia in Tosca, Herzog in Blaubarts Burg, Luna in Trovatore, Germont in La Traviata, Kowaljow in Die Nase, and Faninal in Der Rosenkavalier. Recent guest performances have taken him to Genua and Frankfurt/Main, to the Staatsoper Berlin, Semperoper Dresden, Opera of Basel, National Opera Enschede and Aalto-Musiktheater of Essen (Graf Almaviva in Le Nozze di Figaro, Scarpia, Lear, Beckmesser).
Tomas Möwes took part in the Wernicke productions Esmee written by Theo Leuwendie at the Holland Festival as well as at the Deutsche Oper Berlin and in Kagel's Aus Deutschland at Theater in Basel in cooporation with the Holland Festival and the Wiener Festwochen.