Danish baritone Johannes Mannov began his career at Staatstheater Kassel in Germany. He has since performed in opera houses throughout Europe and in Australia, Israel, New Zealand, United States, South America, and Turkey. Mannov was recently seen as the Forester in Janácek’s Cunning Little Vixen at Israeli Opera. His appearances at Royal Danish Opera include Figaro in Mozart’s Marriage of Figaro, Golaud in Debussy’s Pelléas et Mélisande, Jaroslav Prus in Janácek’s Makropulos Affair, and the title role of Britten’s Billy Budd. At Berlin Staatsoper, he has sung Pluto in Telemann’s Orpheus, Cyrus in Keiser’s Croesus, and Masetto in Mozart’s Don Giovanni. Other appearances for Mannov include Papageno in Mozart’s Zauberflöte at Athens Megaron, San Diego, and Santiago, Chile; Count Almaviva in The Marriage of Figaro at Cincinnati; Ned Keene in Britten’s Peter Grimes at Théâtre de la Monnaie and in Hamburg; and Billy Budd at Tel Aviv. Mannov has performed with early music groups such as Musica Antiqua Köln, LA Petite Bande, and Chapelle Royale, as well as many others. Mannov teaches voice classes at Copenhagen’s Royal College of Music.