Tamás Henter
Tamas Bertalan Henter (Photo: Tor Søreide)
Tamás Henter


Tamás Henter


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12 March 2019Print page


ungarian Tenor Tamás Bertalan Henter was born in Romania and later grew up in Hungary. After finishing his studies in biology in Budapest, he graduated in classical singing from the Zurich Universitiy of the Arts, having studied with Prof. Lina Åkerlund and Prof. Markus Eiche.

Master classes with Meinard Kraak, Paul Triepels and Margreet Honig (the Netherlands), Ion Buzea, Scot Weir, Daniel Fueter and Hans Adolfsen (Zurich) as well as Judit Pallagi and József Hormai (Budapest) are completing his training.  


Already during his studies, Tamas Henter got opportunities to perform opera parts on stage frequently -  ‘Einsiedel’ and ‘Gubernator’  in Karl Amadeus Hartmann’s „Simplicius Simplicissimus“, ‘Max’ in Carl Maria von Weber’s “Freischütz”, ‘Tambourmajor’ in Alban Berg’s „Wozzeck“ and ‘Alessandro’ in Mozart’s “Il re pastore”. 

As a concert singer he performed the solo parts in many different cantatas by Bach and Telemann, and also in various other oratorio works. 


The project of Schubert’s „Winterreise“ together with Ana Silvestru resulted in performances of further Lied cycles and the cooperation with Helga Váradi (Schumann: Dichterliebe).