Till von Orlowsky
Born in 1988 as an Austrian and Swedish citizen, he studied at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna with Claudia Visca (vocals), Michael Mohapp (acting) and Christian Koch (Vocalcoach)
Recently the young baritone was highly successful at his debut at Teatro La Fenice in Venice in G. Battistellis "Richard III", as Papageno in "Die Zauberflöte" at the Festival Konzerte im Fronhof in Augsburg and at his debuts at Oper Köln as Sigismund Sülzheimer in R. Benatzky´s "Im weißen Rössl" and at Theater Chemnitz, where he could be heard as Papageno, as Silvano („Un ballo in maschera“) and as Isidor in Franz von Suppés “Der Teufel auf Erden”.
His plans include the title part of Mozarts “Don Giovanni” at the Festival Konzerte im Fronhof in Augsburg, Falke in "Die Fledermaus", Schubert´s "Winterreise" in scenic form, Er in " I do, I do" and again Papageno and Isidor at Theater Chemnitz as well as Papageno during a guest tour of Teatro alla Scala di Milano in China.
As a guest he returned with success to the stage of the Teatro alla Scala di Milano as Kilian in the NP "Der Freischütz" under Myung-Whun Chung in a production by Matthias Hartmann (including ARTE TV live broadcasting) in autumn 2017 and sang Feri in E. Kalmans "Die Csardasfürstin" (concert version) at Philharmonie Luxembourg in January 2018 and in "La Esmeralda" by Louise Bertin at Landestheater Linz.
From December 2015 to June 2016, he was a member of the "teatro alla scala academy of lyric opera" in Milan. In February 2016 he gave his debut at the Teatro alla Scala di Milano (including TV live broadcasting) alongside Placido Domingo as a servo in "Due Foscari" and gave there in September 2016 his highly acclaimed debut as Papageno in a np of Mozart´s "Die Zauberflöte", directed by Peter Stein and conducted by Adam Fischer (including ARTE TV live broadcasting). Subsequently he gave his successful debut as Masetto in a np of "Don Giovanni" under Enrico Calesso in a production by François De Carpentries at the New Opera House Linz.
He had great success with his debut as Morales in a np "Carmen" at the Landestheater Vorarlberg, in the leading role of The father in the np "Baruchs Schweigen" by Ella Milch-Sheriff at the Stadttheater Fürth, as Eisenstein in "Die Fledermaus" at the Festival Schlossoper Haldenstein (Switzerland) and as Baron Douphol in a np of "La Traviata" at the Landestheater Linz (directed by Robert Wilson)
In 2014 he had a big success in the double role "Choregos / Jack Ketch" in Harrison Birtwistle's "Punch & Judy" for Neue Oper Wien, which he also performed at the Armel Opera Festival Budapest (including live transmission by ARTE). He also gave his debut in the title role of Mozart's “Don Giovanni” under the musical direction of Christoph Ulrich Meier, directed by Reto Nickler at the Schlosstheater Schönbrunn and sang Kilian in the np "Der Freischütz" at the Festival Oper Burg Gars under Johannes Wildner.
After his debut in 2010/11 as Ambrose Kemper in "Hello, Dolly" at the Landestheater Linz, Till von Orlowsky was invited in July 2011 as Sindulfo in the operetta "Gasparone" to the Schlossfestspiele Langenlois.
In 2012 the Schlossfestspiele Langenlois invited him again, this time as Moritz von Schwind in the operetta "Dreimäderlhaus". Shortly afterwards, he was on the stage in the operetta "Der fidele Bauer" during the Herbsttage Blindenmarkt as Horst von Grumow.
As part of his studies he sang Eisenstein in "Die Fledermaus" under the musical direction of Uwe Theimer and directed by Beverly Blankenship in 2013 at the Schlosstheater Schönbrunn.
2013 he sang Der Richter in the premiere of "der Marilyn Monroe Prozess", a chamber opera by Roland Baumgartner at the Viertel Festival NÖ.
Afterwards, he was very successfull as Willhelm Eisenring in the world premiere of "Biedermann und die Brandstifter" by Simon Vosecek at the Neue Oper Wien under the musical direction of Walter Kobera.