Henrik Wager

Nationality: British/Swedish
Vocal Range: Baritone E – Tenor top C (and high falsetto)    
Height: 5’11” (180 cm)
Styles: Musical Theatre, Classical, Rock, Pop and Jazz

Birmingham University - BA (Hons)Music, Drama & Dance
Birmingham School of Performance Art  - Distinction for performance
Birmingham Conservatoire - Diploma in singing

Berger, Hair - Kassel State theater Jan 2009
Jesus, Jesus Christ Superstar - Ulm State theater Oct 2008
Fredrick Trumper, Chess - Aalto Theater Essen Sep 2008
Roy Fire, Miami Nights - Tour (Germany)    Nov 2007
Rock Tenor/Preacher, Bernstein Mass - Bukarest Festival    Oct 2007
Dr Jekyll/Mr Hyde, Jekyll and Hyde - Bolzano (Italy) May 2007
Marc Winner, Gaudi - Paladium Köln Dec 2006
Jesus, Jesus Christ Superstar - Aalto Theater Essen Sep 2006
Soloist, Musical Nights Gala - Theater Erfurt June 2006
Rock soloist, Another Kind of Magic - West End International May 2006
Sergeant Pepper, Beatle Mania - West End International     Feb 2005

The Heavytones - Lead Vocalist
Flying Pickets - Vocalist and Arranger
Miles and Millner - Richard Thomas (Jerry Springer - The Opera)
Cousin Bette - Singer - with Jessica Lange, Bob Hoskins, Hugh Laurie.

Henrik has also provided backing vocals for Lionel Ritchie, Marty Pellow, Barry Manillow, Max Mutske, Ayman, Sascha, and for the UK television series Pop Idol and The X Factor

The Woman in White, The Beautiful Game, Bombay Dreams, Combat Opera - BBC Series

CDs Vocals, Composition and Production
Tape 5 - Bossa for a Coup (ChinChin Records) Singer/Songwriter
Tape 5 - Swing Food Mood - (SIB) Singer/Songwriter
Heavtones - No.01 CD (Band from TV Total) (RARE records) Singer/Songwriter
Confession - Solo Musical CD (SOM)
Musical Stars - Original Deutschen Künstlern (Sony-BMG)
Poe Cast, Arena Cast CD, Jesus Christ Superstar
Flying Pickets - Next Generation, Vox Pop (BMG), Politics of Need (Alora)

Fame 1525 [London], Radio NRG [France], RadioXtra Bern [Switzerland], Radio Blue
Danube [Austria], Spectrum Radio [London], RTM [London], Radio Donna [Belgium]