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The Austrian baritone Benjamin Sattlecker began his vocal training with the Salzburg Cathedral Boys' Choir. In November 2018, he completed his bachelor's degree in singing at the Mozarteum University with KS Elisabeth Wilke and then continued his artistic training in the Master's programme in Lied and Oratorio with KS Elisabeth Wilke and Wolfgang Holzmair as well as in the Master's programme in Opera and Music Theatre with Alexander von Pfeil and Gernot Sahler, which he completed with distinction in November 2021. In the process of his studies he received valuable impulses from Helmut Deutsch, Hansjörg Albrecht, Jörn Andresen and Albert Hartinger, among others.
Concert tours take him regularly to France, Italy, Germany and the Netherlands, e.g. with Handel's Messiah and Bach's St. Matthew and St. John Passions.
He has worked with ensembles such as the Munich Bach Choir and Bach Orchestra (Hansjörg Albrecht), the Hofkapelle Munich (Rüdiger Lotter), the Virtuosi Saxoniae (Ludwig Güttler), the KlangVerwaltung Choir (Jörn Andresen), the Batzdorf Hofkapelle and Sächsisches Vocalensemble (Matthias Jung) and La Divina Armonia (Lorenzo Ghielmi).
In January 2021 he performed Schubert's Winterreise with Antoni Pikuta (piano) in a staged production (director: Alexander von Pfeil).
On the opera stage he took part in the opera productions Owen Wingrave (Owen) and Gianni Schicchi (Marco) at the Mozarteum Salzburg. In Berlin, he appeared as Papageno in Mozart's Die Zauberflöte with Junges Sinfonieorchester Berlin under the direction of Andreas Schulz. He also embodied the role of Lug mac Ethnend in the world premiere of the chamber opera Cuchulinn by Patrick Pföß and the lion Alois in the world premiere of the children's opera Die Konferenz der Tiere by Jakob Gruchmann.
Benjamin Sattlecker attended master classes with Jorma Hynninen, Dietrich Henschel, Anna Lucia Richter, Wolfgang Holzmair and as part of Bachakademie Stuttgart with Peter Harvey.
Benjamin Sattlecker won the prize for the best song interpretation at the 4th International Haydn Competition. At the first International Song Competition "Bolko von Hochberg" as well as at the 19th International Song Competition "Seghizzi" he received 2nd prize with Alexandra Helldorff (piano).