Robin Schlotz was a first soloist (soprano) of the Tölzer Knabenchor around 2004. Robin performs the Queen of the Night aria from Mozart's "The Magic Flute" in one of the Tolzer Knabenchor concerts of parents. This aria is among the most difficult there is for any seasoned singer, and young Robin Schlotz nails those high F's like a pro. It is a long standing tradition for seasoned soloist sopranos in Tölzer Knabenchor to sing this aria for parent/friend concerts. It is not performed in public concerts. But ... that video is on Youtube...
Robin Schlotz no longer sings treble, as his voice dropped around November, 2005
Robin Schlotz Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra ;
Dirigent: Hartmut Haenchen ;
Albert Dohmen (Bass-baritone); Anne Gjevang (Mezzo soprano); Graham Clark (Tenor); Günter von Kannen (Bass); Linda Watson (Soprano).
Robin Schlotz is the bird of the forest
Der Tölzer KnabenchorFrederic JostAlexander LischkeRobin Schlotz Psalmi penitentialis "Bußpsalmen" Vol. 2.
Tölzer Knabenchor, Schmidt-Gaden:
Robin Schlotz, treble (Discantus);
Frederic Jost, boy alto (Altus);
Christian Fliegner, tenor (Tenor);
Andreas Burkhart, baritone (Contratenor bassus [Quinta vox])
trebles: Lars John and Alexander Lischke (Discantus);
trebles: Can Cesmeli and Benedikt Seigner (Discantus, Mezzo);
[boy] altos: Nikas Mallmann and Magnus Textor (Altus);
bass: Matthias Ritter (Bassus).
Recorded June 3-6, 2004, Großer Saal, Schloss Dachau (Germany)