Rufus Müller, Tenor
Rufus Müller has established a distinguished reputation for opera and oratorio throughout Europe, Scandinavia, Japan and North America. He has given recitals in the Wigmore Hall and the Barbican Concert Hall in London as well as on BBC Radio, and in Munich, Tokyo, Barcelona, Madrid, Utrecht, Paris, Salzburg and New York.
Operatic performances include Garsington Opera, Houston Grand Opera, Opera Atelier in Toronto, Opera Zuid in The Netherlands, Opéra de Normandie, and Halle. He has also sung in Paris, Lisbon, Montpellier, Siena, Athens, Florence, Cremona, Montreux and in London.
Rufus Müller is much in demand for his interpretation of the Evangelist in Bach’s Passions, and recent performances include Lucerne, Munich, Toronto, Calgary, New York, London, Birmingham, Göteborg, Dortmund and in Ireland. His many performances of Messiah include several return visits to Carnegie Hall in New York, a televised tour in Spain with Trevor Pinnock and the English Concert, as well as performances in the USA, Canada, Denmark, Norway, and with the Hallé Orchestra in Manchester.
Rufus Müller was born in Kent, England and was a choral scholar at New College, Oxford.
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