Michael Nagl was born in Vienna in 1995. He received his musical and singing education at the Mozart Boys’ Choir in Vienna. Numerous concert tours brought him to many important stages in Europe, where he could gain his first experiences. Since autumn 2013, he studies classical singing with Univ.-Prof. Karlheinz Hanser at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. He gave his stage debut in March 2014 at the Schloss-theater Schönbrunn, where he played “Don Alfonso” in W. A. Mozart’s Così fan tutte. It was followed by a performance as “Antonio” in Le nozze di Figaro and as “Masetto” in Don Giovanni. During spring and summer 2015, the bass singer performed as “Simone” in G. Puccinis Gianni Schicchi and as “Frank” in Johann Strauß’ Die Fledermaus. In October 2015, he was honoured with the Gottlob-Frick-Medal. After finishing his studies he became part of the Staatstheater Stutt-gart ensemble. He played roles like “Masetto” (Don Giovanni), “Wagner” (Faust), “Saretzki” (Eugen Onegin) and “Count Ceprano” (Rigoletto). In December 2016 Nagl gave his debut in the Musikvereinssaal Vienna with Bach’s Christmas Oratorio.