Voice group: Tenor
Lyric tenor Lorenz Fehenberger launched his artistic career on completion of his vocal studies at the Munich Hochschule in the Early Music Group under the direction of Martin Zöbeley. His teachers primarily included his father, Kammersänger Lorenz Fehenberger, as well as Nikolaus Hillebrand. Lorenz Fehenberger has been a member of the Bavarian Radio Choir since 1990, working under the direction of such eminent conductors as Lorin Maazel, Helmuth Rilling, Marcello Viotti, Wolfgang Sawallisch and Dennis Russell Davies, assuming a number of solo assignments.
His extensive repertoire ranges from Mozart (“Die Zauberflöte”, Requiem), Bach (passions, “h-Moll-Messe”, “Weihnachtsoratorium”), Händel and Mendelssohn as well as Bruckner (“Te Deum”, Requiem), all the way to the part of The Swan in “Carmina burana” and the Story Teller in “Der Mond”, both by Carl Orff.
The Critic Adolf Gottwald describes his voice as “a stroke of luck with a timbre veritably predestined for the role of The Evangelist.”