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The countertenor Andreas Pehl was born in Munich. He is in demand of the great baroque oratorio-parts written for alto-voice. He studied classical singing at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Leipzig with Marek Rzepka. He was and is coached by Andreas Scholl (Basel) und Gudrun Ayasse (München).
Concerts took him all over Germany, to Switzerland, Austria, Italy, Spain, Belgium, the Netherlands and the UAE. He sang with the Berliner Sinfonie-Orchester, the Gewandhausorchester Leipzig, the Lautten Compagney Berlin and the Thomanerchor Leipzig and as soloist is invited to festivals like Händelfestspiele Halle, Bachfest Leipzig, Bachwoche Ansbach and Europäische Festwochen in Passau.
He gave his operatic debut in 2007 at the Opernfestspiele Bad Hersfeld in Monteverdis L'Orfeo and was on stage in André Campra's L'Europe galante in Leipzig Handels Imeneo at the Community Theatre in Dubai and Monteverdis L'Orfeo in Munich.
Some of his concerts, also during the Bachfest Leipzig, were broadcasted, a CD with solo cantatas by George Frideric Handel and Johann Adolph Hasse, that was highly esteemd by the press, documentate his artistic work.
Together with the harpsichordist Robert Schröter he forms ensemble raccanto that has performed chamber music for many years.
Since 2010 he performs the extraordinary programm of Franz Schuberts Die schöne Müllerin together with Anette Hornsteiner, harp. In addition to his work as a singer, Andreas Pehl is a graduated theologian and qualified social education worker. As author he writes for the Bayerischer Rundfunk. In 2013 his musical guide to the city of Rome is published by the Wissenschaftlichen Buchgesellschaft Darmstadt. He is invited to give lectures, eg. at the Evangelische Akademie Bad Boll.