Biography

Thomas Storm is educated from the Opera Academy at The Royal Opera House in Copenhagen in 2011. Even before finishing his studies he sang Morales in Carmen, and Schaunard in La Bohéme with among others worldstar Anna Netrebko.

Since 2011 he has been working freelance all over the world. He has been regularly invited back at The Royal Opera Copenhagen. He has sung various roles at Danish National Opera, Operaen i Midten, Aarhus sommeropera, Opera Hedeland and Den Fynske Opera.

He has sung roles as, Guglielmo in Cosi fan tutte, Danilo in The Merry Widow, Schaunard in La Bohéme, Morales in Carmen, Bob in Menottis The Old Maid And The Thief and Il Conte in Le Nozze Di Figaro to mention a few.

He has also performed in several contemporary operas and several Danish composers has composed roles especially to him.

Future roles include the title role in Don Giovanni and Marcello/La Bohéme.

As concert singer he has sung Händel Messiah, Weihnach oratorium, Sct. John ang Sct. Mathew Passion, Haydn The Creation, Mendelsohn Elijah, Brahms Requiem, Carmina Burana, Faure Requiem and many more.

In 2013 he was appointed Carl Nielsen Artist by Odense Symphony Orchestra singing Nielsens 3rd symphony ”Espansiva” and a number of recitals with Nielsens songs, broadcasted live on Danish Radio. This led to concerts in New York, Berlin and the Philippines.

Thomas Storm has recived a Reumert talentprize for his interpretation of Guglielmo in Mozarts Cosi van tutte, Leonie Sonning prize, Funen Opera award as well as Aarhus summeropera prize for his performances there.


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Reviews

"Thomas Storm is a formidable singer. His voice is Full-bodied, nuanced, with changing expressions according to the character of the role he is singing - the actor's talent, which makes you become the person whose part you sing. Present and intense on stage - breathtaking. Exactly what a great opera singer should be, for surely is the voice, the indispensable condition for being able to sing opera, but it is not the only thing. This also includes body language, feeling for the right body expression and facial expressions and ability to communicate and create ties with the audience. Thomas Storm has it all”

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