Hauke Möller was born in Hamburg, Germany, growing up in a very musical home. This meant his vocal talent was discovered early, and he began performing as a singer. Following the advice of Kammersänger Professor Bernd Weikl, he began studying singing with Professor Günter Binge at the Musikhochschule in Lübeck. Even during his studies, Hauke Möller was already engaged as a guest artist at theaters in Bremen, Lübeck and Rostock, as well as the “Teatro Franco Parenti” in Milan, where he performed in Antonio Salieri’s “Falstaff”.

Since the start of the 2001-02 season, Hauke Möller has been engaged at the Cologne Opera, where he has been able to build up a notable repertoire as a lyrical tenor. He has also made guest appearances at the Hamburg Opera, the Nationaltheater of Mannheim, and many other opera houses in Germany. Recently, Hauke Möller impressed audiences in concert performances of the opera “Salome” at the Megaron in Athens, the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, as well as concert opera performances for the Bayerischen Rundfunk at the Princeregententheater in Munich. He was also very successful with his interpretation of Flamand in “Capriccio” by R. Strauss at the Edinburgh International Festival. Also by Strauss he sang the part of Narraboth (Salome) at the Teatro Nacional de Sao Carlos in Lisbon.

In 2010 Hauke Möller was successfully engaged by the Bolschoi Tchaikovski Symphony Orchestra with the “Lied von der Erde” by Gustav Mahler in Moscow.

Most recently he sang at the new-opened Seafestival Berlin the part of Tamino (The Magic Flute) and Operettes at the Staatsoperette in Dresden.

His past credits include, among others, Contino Belfiore (La finta giardiniera), Ferrando (Cosi fan tutte), Alfred (The bat), Le Chevalier (Dialogues des Carmélites), Trouffaldino (L’amour des trois Orange), Jaquino (Fidelio), Froh (The Rheingold), Wanja Kudrjasch (Katja Kabanova), and Rosillon (The Merry Widow).

In addition to his work on the opera stage, Hauke Möller gives recitals, singing the tenor parts in cantatas, masses, and oratorios by Bach, Mozart, Haydn, Schubert, Mendelssohn, and recently in the seldom performed oratorio “The Crucifixion” by Louis Spohr, with the Sing-Akademie of Berlin. Hauke Möller also sang the role of Lindbergh in the cantata “The Lindbergh Flight” by Brecht/Weill for a production by the Norddeutscher Rundfunk. In 2003, he gave a successful concert at the Rheingau Music Festival. Other concert tours have taken him to many European countries as well as South Africa.

The young tenor has added two recordings to his list of credits, the opera recording of Haydn’s “Lo Speziale” (Mengone), and the CD “Romantic Quartets and Poems” by Brahms, Schumann, and Hofmann, both for the edel/Berlin Classics label.

Like his idol Fritz Wunderlich, the tenor occasionally performs lieder and arias from the lighter genres. He has performed melodies from the 1920s and 30s with Ulrich Tukur in Hamburg, and has charmed audiences at gala concerts, including those on the Television “Dream Ship” MV Deutschland, and on various TV programs, which have brought him popularity with a wider audience.