About Thomas

"Thomas Tatzl, an Austrian bass-baritone with a beautiful voice and a high ton of personality"

Austrian bass-baritone Thomas Tatzl, a regular guest on many of the world’s leading stages, made international headlines with his début at Teatro alla Scala as the soloist in a stunning production of Schubert’s Winterreise in collaboration with the ballet of Angelin Preljocaj. As Papageno at the Salzburg Festival, Thomas Tatzl is among the most admired artists of his generation.

[cq_vc_colorblock image=“4222″ textblockbg=“customized“ custombgcolor=“#c09069″]“Rollend in schäumenden Wellen“ (Die Schöpfung, Joseph Haydn)

„Gleich öffnet sich der Erde Schoß“ (Die Schöpfung, Joseph Haydn)

„Von deiner Güt, o Herr und Gott“ (Die Schöpfung, Joseph Haydn)

„Papagena, Papagena!“ (Die Zauberflöte, W.A. Mozart)

„Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen“ (Die Zauberflöte, W.A. Mozart)

„Keinen hat es noch gereut“ (Die schöne Magelone, Johannes Brahms)

„Grosser Herr, o starker König“ (Weihnachtsoratorium, J.S. Bach)

È sogno? o realtà? (Falstaff, Giuseppe Verdi)

„Secondate, aurette amiche“ (Cosi fan tutte, W.A. Mozart)


Latest Recordings


World premiere and new production of Teatro Real de Madrid, ‘’El Público’’ is an opera by Mauricio Sotelo.

El Publico was a World premiere and new production of Teatro Real de Madrid, ‘’El Público’’ by Mauricio Sotelo.  He described Thomas as an smart, thoughtful musician and actor with a beautiful voice.”

Das Labyrinth


From the Salzburg Festival: "The Labyrinth or The Battle with the Elements" by Peter von Winter (1754-1825). Conductor: Ivor Bolton

Peter von Winter: Das Labyrinth (Der Zauberflöte zweyter Theil) is perfectly well-crafted, often charming and occasionally rousing, and it is notable in particular for its euphonious win writing…Thomas Tatzl and Regula Mühlemann are delightful as Papageno and Papagena (Opera Critic)