Timo Hannig began his musical career at the age of five with the St. Georgs-Chorknaben Ulm.
During his vocal studies at the Hochschule für Musik in Dresden (graduating with a Master's degree in Lied and Concert Singing) with KS Prof. Matthias Henneberg, the bass was already able to gain experience on various German stages. Among others, at the Kammeroper München as Don Basilio in Gioachino Rossini's IL BARBIERE DI SIVIGLIA, as Komtur in DON GIOVANNI - EIN FEST, a production of "szene12 Dresden" or as Zweiter Geharnischter at the Staatsoperette Dresden.
He completed his studies this summer with a Master's degree in opera singing at the HMdK Stuttgart in the class of Prof. Teru Yoshihara, where he performed Falstaff in DIE LUSTIGEN WEIBER VON WINDSOR, Dr. Reischmann in ELEGIE FÜR JUNGE LIEBENDE by Hans Werner Henze and Leporello in Mozart's DON GIOVANNI.
Away from the stage, Timo Hannig received important impulses in his musical and scenic work through master classes with Bo Skovhus, Christiane Iven, Daniel Behle and Natale de Carolis as well as the internationally renowned directors Claus Guth and Willy Decker.
From the 2021/2022 season he will be an ensemble member of the Schleswig-Holstein Landestheater.