JOHAN REUTER studied at the Royal Academy of Music and at the Royal Opera Academy in his hometown Copenhagen and took part in masterclasses from Ernst Haefliger, Anthony Rolfe Johnson and Richard Trimborn. He has been a member of the ensemble at Copenhagen Opera House since 1996. He has given lead role performances at the New York Met, at both the Salzburg and Bayreuth Festivals, in Munich, Berlin, London, Hamburg, Zurich, Madrid, Amsterdam, Paris and Budapest. The Danish bass-baritone’s 2017 performances included: Dead Man Walking, Rigoletto und La Fanciulla del West in Copenhagen, Elektra in Munich, Henzes Elegie für junge Liebende at the Theater an der Wien, in Munich, Brahms’ Vier ernste Gesänge in Glanert’s adaptation with the Vienna Philharmonic in Vienna and Hamburg, the Gurre-Lieder in Manchester and a recital in the Wigmore Hall. 2018 sees a performance of Totenhaus in London, Otello in Copenhagen and Wozzeck with the Deutsche Oper Berlin. Plans for 2019 include a new production of Das Rheingold in Madrid. He has sung the role of Mandryka at the Vienna State Opera.