Thomas Moser

Thomas Moser was born and educated in the United States. He made his operatic debut in Graz in 1974, and joined the ensemble of the Vienna State Opera in 1977. His repertoire extends from Tamino to Tristan, and he has appeared at all of the world’s leading opera theatres.

Moser is equally renowned as a concert performer and recitalist. He has performed with the world’s best-known symphony orchestras under the batons of the greatest conductors (Boehm, von Karajan, Bernstein, Maazel, Haitink, Davis, Abbado, Muti, to name only a few) in the most prestigious venues.

Thomas Moser is also sought after as a vocal pedagogue and juror in singing competitions. He has received the title of Kammersaenger from the Vienna and the Bavarian State Operas and is an ‘Ehrenmitglied’ of the Vienna State Opera. He received the Italian music critics’ prize ‘Premio Franco Abbiati’ for his interpretation of Florestan in Beethoven’s Fidelio at La Scala. Moser is an Austrian citizen since 1992.