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Richard Logiewa

Singer/Baritone

The baritone Richard Logiewa was born in 1987 in Idar-Oberstein (Germany). He was a member of the prestigious boychoir Dresdner Kreuzchor. In 1999 he appeared as the 'Dritte Knabe' (Die Zauberflöte) at the Semperoper Dresden.
In 2006 he gained the first prize at the national competition 'Jugend musiziert' in the 'Kunstlied' category. Subsequently he studied with Joachim Keuper at the Peter-Cornelius-Konservatoirum Mainz as well as with Hans-Christoph Begemann at the Hochschule für Musik Mainz. Currently he is working with the famous baritone Eike Wilm Schulte.

Richard is an awardee of the Richard-Wagner-Foundation and received special awards from the 'Stiftung Musikleben' and the 'Walter-Kaminsky-Stiftung'
As part of his busy concert schedule he appeared in most oratory parts of his fach.
In the past season the young baritone appeared with great success as Papageno in Mozart's Zauberflöte at the Thüringer Landestheater. At the Thüringer Landestheater he also appeared as Marco in Puccini's Gianni Schicci.

Since 2010 to 2013 he was a member of the "Junges Ensemble" (Opera Studio) at the Staatstheater Mainz. As part of that he appeared as Orgando in Händel's Amadigi di Gaula as well as Steuermann (Tristan und Isolde), Junius (The Rape of Lecretia), Schabernack (Le Grand Macabre) and Lucifer (Il primo omicidio), Silvano (Un ballo in maschera) and Offizier (Der Prinz von Homburg).

He also was heard in opera productions at the Oper Frankfurt, Theater Aachen and Theater Münster.

His operatic repertoire includes such roles as Papageno, Junius, Guglielmo, Conte Almaviva, Harlekin and Wolfram.