Konstantin Krimmel
Baritone, Germany, Stuttgart
Born in Ulm. Graduated in 2014 from the State Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Stuttgart (Vocal Studies). Before starting his education he sang for sixteen years with the St. George's Boys Choir in Ulm.

He is a grant winner of the "Junge Ulmer Kunst" in the section "Classical Music", recipient of the Deutschlandstipendium 2016/2017, winner of the Lions-Club-Gesangwettberb 2015, scholarship holder of the Fritz Wunderlich Music Days and the Richard Wagner
Association Ulm / Neu-Ulm.

He made his debut in the season 2016/2017 at the Theater Heilbronn as Zoroastro in Handel's "Orlando" (conductor Michael Form), in
"Benjamin" by Gion Antoni Derungs (director Neco Celik) at the Junge Oper Stuttgart, was both Antonio in "Le nozze di Figaro" as well as an Impresario in Donizetti's "Viva la Mamma" (director Hendrik Müller) at the Wilhelma Theater Stuttgart.

He regularly performs as a soloist and choirist in Stuttgart, Freiburg and Ulm with conductors like Dieter Kurz and Frieder Bernius.

Last year concert tours with the Brahms Requiem led him, among other cities, to Tallinn, Helsinki and St. Petersburg.