Born in East Tyrol, the young bass did his studies with Prof. Hanser
from 2004 to 2005 at the Tyrolean conservatory. Already in his first
year of studies at the conservatory, he gave a guest performance singing
the leading part “Don Giovanni” in Mozart´s Don Giovanni at the
Geneva Opera Studio. He intensivied his vocal preparation
participating master classes with KS Robert Holl and
KS Elisabeth Schwarzkopf.
From 2005 to 2012 he was ensemble member at the Tiroler Landestheater,
where he studied and performed a number of prestigious roles. Since
then he is continuously advised and trained by KS Brigitte Fassbaender.
Personally composed for his voice and recorded on CD were the leading
parts in operas and oratorios. As Papageno he was highly successful
and this part has accompanied him for many years now. The Helbling publishing
house released several DVDs, where Andreas Mattersberger performs and
explains everything around The Magic Flute.
His soloist activities in the area of oratorio have already taken
him throughout many European countries. In 2010 he had his successful
debut at the renowned Eppaner Liedsommer and reappeared
there on stage in 2014 and 2015.
Various broadcast and CD/ DVD recordings of compositions of various
music epochs give prove of the young singer´s wide-ranging work. In
summer 2012 he had his debut in Mexiko City and in
2013 he debuted at the Munich Gasteig.
Andreas Mattersberger was a fixed member in the company of the German
National Theatre Weimar and in November 2013 he recorded Richard
Strauss´ Lieder together with the pianist Malcolm Martineau.
He further appeared on stage at the State Theatre Braunschweig,
the Opera Halle, the State Theatre Saarbrücken,
the State Theatre Darmstadt, the Opera Kiel
and at the Richard Strauss Festival in Garmisch, at
the latter he performed together with Krassimira Stoyanova.
In 2016 and 2017 he performed the bass-parts in the rediscoveries
of operas of the composer G.S. Mayr for NAXOS-Records
accompanied by the chorus of the Bavarian State Opera.
In 2017 he had his debut as Figaro in “Le nozze di Figaro”
at the TLT – equally cheered by audience and press – and also performed
at the Opera Leipzig in Strauss´ ”Arabella”.
In 2017/18 he performs „Plumkett“ (Martha) at the
TLT, „Baburow“ (Moskau), „Grande Inquisitor“ (Don Carlo)
at the Staatstheater Braunschweig and the bass solo part in the Symphony
No.8 by Gustav Mahler with Sofia Philharmonics in Bulgaria.
In 2019 he will make his debut as Leporello (Don Giovanni)
at the Tiroler Landestheater and will appear on stage for the first
time at the Opera Graz as “Plumkett” in F.V. Flotows