Martin Hatlo

bass-baritone

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Biography

The Norwegian bass-baritone Martin Hatlo studied at the Royal Danish Academy of Music and at the Opera Academy of the Royal Danish Theatre where he graduated in 2016. During his studies he has worked on roles like Mozart’s Figaro and Leporello, Golaud in Pelléas et Mélisande and Tierbändiger in Lulu. His operatic performances include Falstaff in Die Lustigen Weibern von Windsor and Don Alfonso in Così fan tutte at Theatre Rudolstadt, Francis in Henze’s Boulevard Solitude and Carciere in Tosca at the Royal Danish Theatre, Masetto/Il Commendatore as a part of Aix-en-Provence’s Mozart Academy, and latest Colline in La Bohéme at Opera Ytterøya. His concert repertoire ranges from Bach’s St. John’s Passion and Christmas Oratorio, Händel’s Messiah to Beethoven’s 9th Symphony, Mozart’s Krönungsmesse and Requiem. As a lied singer he was awarded 2nd prize in the Copenhagen International Lied Duo Competition with pianist Kristoffer Hyldig.