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Andreas Post


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Phone: +49 40 35719380

The tenor Andreas Post is particularly valued for his beautiful and haunting interpretations of the great evangelist roles by Johann Sebastian Bach.

His concert activities regularly take him abroad, especially to France, Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, England, Italy, Scandinavia as well as Israel, Macedonia, South Africa and Singapore. He has worked with conductors including Helmuth Rilling, Philippe Herreweghe, Ludger Rémy, Jos van Veldhoven, Enoch zu Guttenberg, Jan Willem de Vriend, Michael Hofstetter, Wolfgang Katschner and Hansjörg Albrecht as well as with ensembles such as Concerto con Anima, Les Amis de Philippe, Combattimento Consort Amsterdam, Hannoversche Hofkapelle, Musica Alta Ripa, Collegium Vocale Gent, Nederlandse Bachvereniging. Lautten Compagney Berlin and Orchester der Klangverwaltung.

The tenor has recorded several CDs, including "Die Schöne Müllerin" by Franz Schubert and his solo CD entitled "Mein Alles in Allem" with arias by J.S. Bach, C.P.E. Bach, G.Ph. Telemann and R. Keizer.

Concert engagements 2016 - 2018 included: Bach's "Christmas Oratorio" with Enoch zu Guttenberg at the Philharmonie am Gasteig in Munich, a CD production of Bach's "St. John Passion" (evangelist and arias) with the Stuttgart Hymnus Boys' Choir, Schumann songs and duets with the soprano Mojca Erdmann at the Beethovenhaus Bonn and at the VOICES festival, various concerts with the Bachkoor Holland and the Bach-Verein Köln (Cologne) under Thomas Neuhoff (partly WDR live broadcast), Bach cantatas at the famous Thomaskirche in Leipzig, Bach's "St. John Passion" with the Elbipolis baroque orchestra, concerts with the Mainz Bach Choir and the Deutsche Radiophilharmonie Saarbrücken, the Mozart Requiem at the Mozart Festival Würzburg with the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, and Bach's Christmas Oratorio at the Berlin Konzerthaus with the Thomanerchor (St. Thomas Choir of Leipzig) and the noted Berlin Konzerthausorchester.

2019: concerts under Andreas Spering, the "St Matthew Passion" with the Münchener Bach-Chor under Hansjörg Albrecht at the Philharmonie am Gasteig in Munich, Telemann's "St Luke Passion 1744" with the Dresden Chamber Choir and the Wroclaw Baroque Orchestra, and many other concerts. 2020: CD production "Christmas Oratorio" (J. S. Bach) with the Stuttgart Hymnus Chorknaben, a Beethoven-Schubert programme under Paul Mc Creesh, Mozart's Requiem with Hansjörg Albrecht, Bach's "St. Matthew Passion" with Jos van Immerseel (cancelled, postponed to 2022), cantatas at the Bachfest Leipzig (cancelled).....Plans for 2020/21 included: Bach's "Christmas Oratorio" at the Laeiszhalle Hamburg, the B minor Mass at the Berlin Philharmonie and a tour with W. Sauseng's "St John Passion" and Bach's "St Matthew Passion" under Rob Vermeulen through the Netherlands and to Vienna, which was postponed to 2022/23. In 2023 he performed repeatedly at the Isarphilharmonie in J.S. Bach's St Matthew Passion with the Münchener Bach-Chor under Hansjörg Albrecht, where he was invited again for 2024. Also under Hansjörg Albrecht, he can be heard in Handel's “Saul” at the Laeiszhalle Hamburg in 2023. In the same year he will give a guest performance of Bach's “Christmas Oratorio” in the renowned Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim. With the Stuttgart Hymnus Chorknaben he will return to the Stuttgart Liederhalle in 2023 with Haydn's “Creation”, to name but a few stops.

On the opera stage, he performed Astromonte in the rediscovered opera "The Philosopher's Stone" by Mozart and other composers, “Belsazar” in Amsterdam in a co-production with the Festival Düsseldorfer Altstadt Herbst, Ottone in Monteverdi's "The Coronation of Poppea" with La Stagione Frankfurt under Michael Schneider, Palemone in Josef Schuster's rediscovered opera "Amor e Psiche", Pedrillo in Mozart's "The Abduction from the Seraglio", a co-production of the Göttingen Symphony Orchestra and the Deutsches Theater Göttingen, Tamino in "The Magic Flute" at the Gut Immling Festival, Uriel in a staged realisation of Haydn's oratorio "The Creation" on the occasion of the 300th anniversary of the city of Ludwigsburg. He also sang the roles of Alfred in "Die Fledermaus" and Macheath in Pepusch's "The Beggar's Opera" in an adaptation by B. Britten. In 2012 he again took part in an opera by Josef Schuster. This time in the role of Conte Belsospiro in "Il marito indolento" at the Tage Alter Musik in Regensburg. At the Herrenchiemsee Festival in 2013, Andreas Post made his role debut as the Dance Master in "Ariadne auf Naxos". In 2014 he made his role debut as Belmonte at the VOICES Festival. In 2015 he made a highly successful guest appearance at the Mozart Festival Würzburg as Tamino with the Lautten Compagney under Wolfgang Katschner. At the Prinzregententheater in Munich he could be heard under Enoch zu Guttenberg as 1st Armoured Man in the "The Magic Flute". In 2015/16 he sang in a staged production of the "St John Passion" at the Wuppertaler Bühnen, among others. In 2016/17 he performed the part of Vitaliano in Handel's opera "Il Giustino" with the Lautten Compagney Berlin under Wolfgang Katschner, among others at the Handel Festival Halle (CD recording). In 2019 he made a repeat guest appearance with the Lautten Compagney at the Handel Festival Halle. This time as Oronte in Handel's "Alcina", followed in 2021 by Vitaliano in "Il Giustino" at the Handel Festival Göttingen.

In opera CD productions he can be heard as Varo in Gluck’s „Ezio“ and in the title role of the opera „Demofoonte“ by J. Schuster, among others.

He is also passionate about the art song, to which he devotes himself above all with the lied accompanist Dominikus Burghardt. He premiered songs by Aribert Reimann and Wolfgang Rihm at the Kissinger Sommer. There, too, he sang the world premiere of the Rilke cycle “Dir zur Feier” by Manfred Trojahn. In programmes combining song and reading, he has worked with well-known actresses such as Eva Mattes or Corinna Kirchhoff or the radio announcer Eckhard Leue, among others.

Andreas Post started his vocal training with Alastair Thompson and then completed his studies in the class of Prof. Ks. Soto Papoulkas at the Folkwang University in Essen. He passed his Konzertexamen with distinction. He is a prize winner of the 11th International Bach Competition in Leipzig and a scholarship holder of the Richard Wagner Association in Cologne and the German Schubert Society, the latter enabled him to take lessons in art song interpretation with Norman Shetler.

B. Britten/J. Ch.Pepusch

The Beggar’s Opera


E. Cavalieri

La Rappresentatione di Anima et di Corpo


Ch. W. Gluck

Orphée et Eurydice (Paris Version, 1774)




G. F. Handel

Acis und Galathea








Il Giustino




C. Monteverdi

The Coronation of Poppea


Combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda


W. A. Mozart

The Abduction from the Seraglio

Belmonte, Pedrillo

The Magic Flute

Tamino, 1st Armoured Man



Don Giovanni

Don Ottavio

Così fan tutte


Der Stein der Weisen (Pasticcio by Mozart et al.)


O. Nicolai

The Merry Wives of Windsor


J. Schuster



Amor e Psiche


Il marito indolente

Conte Belsospiro

J. Strauß

Die Fledermaus / The Bat


R. Strauss

Ariadne auf Naxos

Dancing Master

K. Weill

Mahagonny Songspiel


C. Ph. E. Bach
Magnificat in D major - Wtq 215
The Resurrection and Ascension of Jesus Wtq 240
St. Matthew Passion H 802
Cantata: Musik am Dankfeste wegen des fertigen Michaelis-Thurms
J. Christian Bach
Gloria in excelsis Deo
J. Christoph Bach
Cantata: Es erhub sich ein Streit
J. S. Bach
St. Matthew Passion BWV 244
St. John Passion BWV 245 (1725 edition as well)
Markuspassion (Fragment BWV 247, mit „und ich erzähle“ von O. Büsing)
Christmas Oratorio BWV 248
Easter Oratorio BWV 249
Ascension Oratorio BWV 11
Magnificat in D major BWV 243
Mass in B minor BWV 232
Lutheran Masses in A major BWV 234 and G major BWV 236
Cantatas : BWV 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 13, 19, 21, 22, 23, 29, 30, 36, 37, 40, 41, 42, 45, 55, 61, 62, 63,
65, 67, 70, 71, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 80, 81, 91, 92, 93, 95, 99, 100, 106, 110, 126, 127, 131,
132, 134, 136, 137, 140, 143, 147, 148, 153, 157, 160, 168, 172, 173, 174, 179, 184, 189 191, 205, 208
L. v. Beethoven
Mass in C major Op. 86
Missa solemnis Op. 123
Symphony No. 9 Op. 125
J. A. Benda
Kantate: „Eilet, eilet, das Gesetz zu hören
B. Britten
Canticle I, My beloved is mine
Canticle II, Abraham and Isaac
Canticle III, Still falls the rain
War Requiem Op. 66
Cantata misericordium Op. 69
M. Bruch
Moses Op. 67
A. Bruckner
Mass in F minor
Te Deum in C major
G. Bunk
Groß ist Gottes Herrlichkeit Op. 82
D. Buxtehude
Cantata: Heut triumphieret Gottes Sohn
M. A. Charpentier
Te Deum
H. Distler
Choral-Passion Op. 7
Die Weihnachtsgeschichte (The Christmas Story) Op. 10
A. Dvořák
Requiem Op.89
Stabat Mater Op. 58
Mass in D major Op.86
L. Edlund
Gloria (for Choir and Tenor-Solo)
E. Elgar
The Dream of Gerontius Op. 38 (im engl. Original)
Ph. E. Erlebach
Various Cantatas
C. Franck
Mass in A major Op. 12
Die Sieben Worte Jesu am Kreuz
Les Béatitudes (Die Seligpreisungen)
L. Gatti
Creation Mass/Schöpfungsmesse (on J. Haydn's 'The Creation')
G. Gebel d.J.
Weihnachtskantaten – 1747/48: „Verfolge mich, o Welt“ „Gott Lob! Mein Jesus macht mich rein“ ,
„Mein Jesu A und O, der Anfang und das Ende“ , „Begebet eure Leiber zum Opfer“
Ch. Gounod
Les sept paroles du Christ sur la croix
Messe Solenelle – St. Cecilia
C. H. Graun
Der Tod Jesu
G. F. Handel
The Messiah, HWV 283
Jephta HWV 70
Israel in Egypt (various editions)
Judas Macabaeus
Esther HWV 50a
Alexander`s Feast HWV 75
Dettingen Te Deum HWV 283
Utrecht Te Deum HWV 278
Utrecht Jubilate
Dixit Dominus (Psalm 109(110))
Acis und Galathea
St. John Passion (1704) - probably not by Handel
Anthems: „In the Lord put I my trust“ HWV 247
„I will magnify thee“ HWV 250″
J. Haydn
The Creation
The Seasons
Stabat Mater
Missa in Tempore Belli (Kettledrum Mass)
Missa in Augustiis (Nelson Mass)
Missa Cellensis (Mass for Mariazell)
Missa Sancti Nicolai (Nicolai Mass / Missa No. 6 in G major)
In honorem Beatissimae Virginis Mariae (Great Organ Mass)
Missa Sancti Bernadi in Offida (Heiligmesse)
J. D. Heinichen
Magnificat in A major
H. v. Herzogenberg
Oratorio: Die Geburt Christi
G. A. Homilius
„Uns ist ein Kind geboren“
A. Honneger
Le Roi David
L. Janáček
Glagolitic Mass
R. Keiser
St. Mark Passion
J. Kuhnau
Kantate : „Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern“
Ch. J. Lidarti
Esther (Oratorio in Hebrew)
F. Martin
In terra pax
J. Mattheson
Weihnachtsoratorium: „Die heilsame Geburt“
Magnificat e due cori
F. Mendelssohn
Paulus Op. 36
Elijah Op. 70
Christus (Fragment Op.97)
Hymn of Praise Op. 52
Walpurgisnacht (The First Walpurgis Night) Op. 60
St. Matthew Passion (on J. S. Bach) - 1841 edition
Lauda Sion Op. 73
Ave Maria Op. 23, No. 2
Psalm 42, Op. 42
Psalm 95, Op. 46
Psalm 115, Op. 31
C. Monteverdi
Vespero della Beata Vergine 1610, Moeseler and Lubenow (as well in the transp. Edition by King's Music)
Madrigals, Books 5. and 8. (various pieces)
W. A. Mozart
KV 626 Requiem in D minor (Editions: Süßmeier, Beyer, Levin and as Fragment-Edition)
KV 243 Litaniae de venerabili altaris Sacramento
KV 125 Litaniae de venerabili altaris Sacramento
KV 321 Vesperae de Dominica
KV 339 Vesperae solemnes de confessore
KV 572 The Messiah (on Handel)
KV 623 Freimaurerkantate: „Laut verkünde unsere Freude“
KV 139 (47a) Missa (solemnis) in c „Weisenhaus-Messe“
KV 140 (235d) Missa brevis in G major
KV 192 (186f) Missa brevis in F major
KV 194 (186h) Missa brevis in D major
KV 220 (196b) Missa brevis et solemnis in C-Dur „Spatzen-Messe“
KV 257 Missa in C-Dur „Große Credo-Messe“
KV 258 Missa brevis in C-Dur „Spaur-Messe“
KV 259 Missa brevis in C-Dur „Orgelsolo-Messe“
KV 275 (272b) Missa brevis in B flat major
KV 317 Missa in C-Dur „Krönungsmesse“
KV 427 (417a) Missa in C minor (Edition: Eder)
O. Nicolai
Mass in D major
C. Orff
Carmina burana
G. Österreich
Kantate : „Ach Herr, wie sind meiner Feinde so viel“
G. Puccini
Messa da Gloria
H. Purcell
Ode on St. Cecilia’s Day
Fairy Queen
A. Ramirez
Misa Criolla
M. Reger
Requiem-Movement Op. 145a
Dies irae 2. Requiem-Movement (unfinished)
Ch. H. Rinck
Kantate: „Gott sorgt für uns“
Motette: „Lobe den Herrn, meine Seele“
C. de Rossi
Oratorio: Il sacrifizio di Abramo (1708)
G. Rossini
Petite Messe solennelle
D. Sarri
Missa: „Dixit Dominus“
C. Saint-Saëns
Oratorio de Noël Op. 12
W. Sauseng
Passio Iesu secundum Ioannem (2002)
F. Schubert
Masses in G major (D 167), C major (D 452), F major (D 105), A flat major (D 678), E flat major (D 950)
German Stabat Mater (G. Klopstock) D 383
Tantum ergo in E flat major (D 962)
Intende voci orationis (Offertorium) D 963
German Mass D 872
H. Schütz
Die sieben Worte Christi am Kreuz SWV 478
St. Matthew Passion
Die Weihnachtshistorie (The Christmas Story)
„Der Herr ist mein Licht“ – Deutsches Konzert f. Tenor und Bariton
„O Jesu, nomen dulce“ SWV 308
Various works for ensemble
R. Schumann
Das Paradies und die Peri
Scenes from Goethe's Faust
The Pilgrimage of the Rose Op. 112
Requiem Op. 148
H. Schroeder
St John Passion
G. H. Stölzel
„Brockes“-Passion : Der für die Sünde der Welt gemarterte und sterbende Jesus 1725
Various Cantatas
I. Stravinsky
Cantata 1952
Mass for Chorus and Double Woodwind Quintet
G. Ph. Telemann
Die Auferstehung – 1761 TWV 6;7
Kapitänsmusik 1724: „Freut euch des Herrn, ihr Gerechten“
Kapitänsmusik 1730 : „Jauchze, jubilier und singe“
Christmas Oratorio: Die Hirten an der Krippe
Serenata: „Geliebter Aufenthalt beglückter Stille“
Various Cantatas
Lukas Passion 1744 TWV 5:29
G. Verdi
Messa da Requiem
A. Vivaldi
Magnificat in F major - RV 610
C. M. v. Weber
Messe in G-Dur Op. 76 „Jubelmesse“
J. D. Zelenka
Missa Omnium Sanctorum ZWV 21

DATES: a selection

All information are subject to change

12 March 2024
Lukaspassion (Bach / Eglhuber)
(World premiere / reconstructed from fragments and works by J.S. Bach)
Hamburg, Laeiszhalle
Conductor: Hansjörg Albrecht, Carl-Philipp-Emanuel-Bach-Chor Hamburg / Dresdner Festspielorchester
29 March 2024
Matthäuspassion (J. S. Bach)
Isarphilharmonie Munich
Conductor: Florian Helgath, Münchener Bach-Chor und -Orchester
13 April 2024
Cantata „Du Hirte Israel, höre“, BWV 104 (Bach)
Thomaskirche Leipzig
Conductor: Andreas Reize, Gewandhausorchester Leipzig, Thomanerchor Leipzig
25 June 2024
Cantata „Sei Lob und Ehr dem höchsten Gut“, BWV 117 (Bach)
2. Symphony B major op. 52 „Lobgesang“ (Mendelssohn Bartholdy)
Stadthalle Wuppertal
Conductor: Lukas Baumann, Sinfonieorchester Wuppertal, Wuppertaler Kurrende, Elberfelder Mädchenkurrende
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