"Andreas Hörl, the young student of Kurt Moll, was a breathtaking Marke and the surprise of the evening. He does not copy his teacher but you can feel his sense of phrasing in every bar. He has a noble dark timbred bass and gave a moving characterization of the sad King Marke. I was astonished by his piani and the precise diction. I am sure he will make a career similar to his famous teacher Kurt Moll." (Der Neue Merker)
The young German bass Andres Hörl is at the beginning of a international career. The master student of Kurt Moll with a large and gorgeous timbre has an enormous repertoire yet.
He made his first important debuts early in his career, 2004 as Baron Ochs (Bremerhaven) or 2005 as Landgraf (Minden). Since 2007/08 Andreas Hörl is a member of the ensemble of the Opernhaus Zürich where he could be heard as Fasolt/Fafner, Colline, Don Diègue, Raimondo, Varlaam, Argante, Sarastro, Sparafucile, Eutifrante, Komtur as well as Titurel.
Andreas Hörl has always found the time for guest engagements. Mozart`s Osmin has been one of his signature roles (Wiener Volksoper, Opernhaus Zürich, Frankfurt Opera, Komische Oper Berlin). In 2009 he sang König Marke and Daland (Theater Chemnitz) as well as Commendatore (Teatro National Sao Carlos Lissabon). In 2011 Andreas Hörl made his successful debut at the Bavarian State Opera as Colline in La bohème. At the beginning of 2012 Andreas made his debut at the Berlin State Opera singing Osmin. In May 2013 Andreas Hörl sang Angelo in a concertant production of the Liebesverbot with the MDR Sinfnoieorchester in Leipzig.
Since the 2012/13 season, Andreas Hörl joined the ensemble of the Wiener Staatsoper.