Voice group: Tenor
Andreas Schulist was born in 1962 in Limburg an der Lahn and grew up as a member of the boys’ section of the Bamberger Domchor. After completing his musicology studies, he began studying voice at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Munich working with Adalbert Kraus and Rita Hirner-Lill.
Since that time, he has made concert appearances at home and abroad. These include tours with the Tölzer Knabenchor, the Ensemble Vocal Européen under Philippe Herreweghe and the Deutsche Bachvokalisten, as well as appearing on tour at the Nissei Theatre in Tokyo. Andreas Schulist has collaborated with such prominent orchestras as the Bamberger Symphoniker, the Amsterdam Bach Soloists (associated with the Concertgebouworkest) and the Münchner Philharmoniker. Renowned conductors such as Sergiu Celibidache, Philippe Herreweghe, Gerhard Schmidt-Gaden and Thomas Hengelbrock hold his vocal and artistic talents in high regard. Andreas Schulist has taken part in operatic productions throughout Europe, including the Music Festival in Spoleto in productions staged by Gian Carlo Menotti. Beyond this, he has participated in a number of radio and record productions, such as the complete recording of the “Kleine geistliche Konzerte” by Heinrich Schütz conducted by Gerhard Schmidt-Gaden along with the “Deutsche Motette” by Richard Strauss, to mention just two of the most important works.
Besides opera and concert singing, one other major feature of his repertoire is in the area of romantic art songs.
Andreas Schulist has been a member of the Bavarian Radio Chorus since 1992.