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Caspar Singh


At 21 Caspar was invited to join the Opera Studio at the Bayerische Staatsoper, making his stage debut in 2018 under Asher Fisch.  Now embarking on his second season as a member of the Bayerische Staatsoper's ensemble, 2021-22 sees him performs Gherardo Gianni Schicci, Pásek Cunning Little Vixen, Arturo Lucia di Lammermoor, Dritter Knappe Parsifal, Dominik in Haas’s Thomas and Hirte Tristan und Isolde. Outside Munich this season, Caspar's engagements include his house and role debut as Tamino Die Zaubeflöte at the Komische Oper Berlin and Male Chorus The Rape of Lucretia with the Kammerakademie Potsdam.  Looking further ahead, in 2022-23 Caspar will join the ensemble of the Komische Oper Berlin.


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Camilla Wehmeyer



Mary Donald




Die schöne Müllerin on tour


We are delighted to announce that this February Caspar Singh will be returning to the UK from Munich, where he is currently a member of the ensemble of the Bayerische Staatsoper, to perform Schubert's Die schöne Müllerin as part of Oxford Lieder's 2022 touring season. Accompanied by Sholto Kynoch, Caspar will give performances in East Sussex at Rye Creative Centre on 19 February, at Fairlight Hall on 20 February and finally at Wolfson College, Oxford on 23 February.

Caspar then returns to Munich as Arturo in Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor directed by Barbara Wysocka with Evelino Pidò conducting. The production opens on 12 March with further performances on 16, 19 and 24 March.

Subsequent appearances in the house this season include Knappe Parsifal, Faninal Der Rosenkavalier and junger Seeman Tristan und Isolde.

For more information about Caspar Singh and his performance schedule at the Bayerische Staatsoper, click here.

Visit the Oxford Lieder Festival website for more information on Caspar's UK performances.

Posted 15/02/2022.



Repertoire Includes



Easter Oratorio


St Nicholas
The Seven Sonnets Of Michelangelo
Winter Words


Te Deum


Mass In D
Stabat Mater




Die Schöpfung
Nelson Mass




Carmina Burana


Mass in C


Die Schöne Müllerin




The Crucifixion

* in preparation



The Snow Queen (Prince)


Fidelio (First Prisoner)


L’elisir d’amore (Nemorino)*

Lucia di Lammermoor (Arturo)


Alceste (Coryphaeus)


Thomas (Dominik)


Il ritorno d'Ulisse in Patria (Amphinomus)


Cosi fan tutte (Ferrando)
Die Entführung Aus Dem Serail (Belmonte)*
Die Zauberflöte (

Don Giovanni (Ottavio)*

Idomeneo (Oberpriester Poseidons)


Dialogues des Carmélites (L'Aumônier)

Manon Lescaut (Edmondo)


Castor et Pollux (Castor)


Capriccio (Italian Tenor)

Ariadne auf Naxos (Scaramuccio)

Der Rosenkavalier (Italian tenor)*

Der Rosenkavalier (von Faninal's Major-Domo)


Iolanta (Almeric)

Eugene Onegin (Lensky)*

Eugene Onegin (Vorsänger)


Mignon (Wilhelm Meister)


La Traviata (Alfredo)*

La Traviata (Giuseppe)

La Traviata (Gastone)   

Rigoletto (Borsa)

Il Trovatore (Un Messo)

Les Vêpres Siciliennes (Mainfroid)


Die Meistersinger (Augustin Moser)

Tristan und Isolde (Melot/Ein junger Seemann)

Parsifal (Dritte Knappe)

Lohengrin (Erste Brabantische Edle)

* in preparation



thomas MIGNON / Bayerische Staatsoper, Munich

“Caspar Sing als Wilhelm Meister zeigt nicht nur hier, dass er ein schönes Timbre mit weichen Piani, aber auch durchschlagenden Höhen besitzt."

"Caspar Singh as Wilhelm Meister shows not only here that he has a beautiful timbre with soft piani, but also striking highs.

Susanne Kittel-May, Online Merker (September 2020)

"Caspar Singh, er singt seine aberwitzige Partie ohne jede Anstrengung, ist als Wilhelm Meister ein vom Theaterleben und besonders den Künstlerinnen faszinierter Intellektueller, der genau weiß, dass er nie zum fahrenden Volk gehören wird."

"Caspar Singh, who sings his ludicrous part effortlessly, is as Wilhelm Meister an intellectual who is fascinated by theater life and especially the artists, who knows for sure that he will never belong to the travelling people."

Reinhard J. Brembeck, Süddeutsche Zeitung (September 2020)

"Caspar Singh sieht nicht nur wie ein erste Bühnenluft schnuppernder Intellektueller aus, er singt die Musik auch mit einem für französische Opern idealen schlanken, hellen und höhensicheren Tenor."

"Caspar Singh not only looks like an intellectual who sniffs the air on stage, he also sings the music with a slim, bright tenor that is ideal for French operas."

Robert Braunmüller, Abendzeitung-München (September 2020)

Wagner LOHENGRIN / Bayerische Staatsoper, Munich


“Lastly, the four noble Brabanters show as always the excellence of the supporting roles at the Bayerische Staatsoper, and deserve to be cited: Caspar Singh, George Virban, Oğulcan Yılmaz, Markus Suihkonen”.

Guy Cherqui, Wanderer (December 2019)


Handel MESSIAH / Staatstheater am Gärtnerplatz, Munich


“Worthy of highlighting is Caspar Singh. The tenor jumped in at short notice for Alexandros Tsilogiannis (who walked his part on the stage). From the orchestra pit, his smooth lyrical voice rises to every height; his words sung with conviction and clarity.”

Helmut Pitsch, Opera Online (October 2019)


“As a step-in for the indisposed Alexandros Tsilogiannis, Caspar Singh was brought from the opera studio at the Staatsoper. His astonishingly well-formed tenor, already well-developed beyond Baroque repertoire, demonstrates what a great catch the sister theater on Max-Joseph-Platz has snagged”

Markus Thiel, Münchner Merkur (October 2019)


“Tenor Alexandros Tsilogiannis has no voice so only acts his part. His voice is lent to him from the orchestra pit by Caspar Singh from the opera studio of the Bayerische Staatsoper “next door”.  It’s a pity for Tsilogiannis, but as a viewer and listener I personally think the two mastered the difficult situation perfectly”

Andreas Schmidt, Klassik begeistert (October 2019)


Haydn DIE SCHÖPFUNG/ Bayerische Staatsorchester


“Archangel Uriel (Caspar Singh) let the sun gently ascend with a beautiful, velvety tenor voice, “In vollem Glanze steiget jetzt die Sonne strahlend au.”

Regina Wahl-Geiger, Münchner Merkur (July 2019)

Strauss CAPRICCIO / Garsington Opera


“The Italian singers, Nika Gorič (soprano) and Caspar Singh (tenor) relished the straight-faced parody of their bel canto divertissement, and offered a playful counterpart to the company’s philosophising”

Claire Seymour, Opera Today (June 2018)


“The Italian singers, in the persons of Nika Gorič and Caspar Singh, gave perfect examples of their director’s favourite art.”

Melanie Eskenazi, Music OMH (June 2018)