The German baritone, Johannes Mooser, graduated from the at the Marktoberdorf dortigen Musischen Gymnasium, majoring in singing. He received his first singing lessons at the age of 17 years with Heike de Young. From 2005 to 2007, he was in the first places in the regional and national chapters and was prize-winner at the national competition "Jugend musiziert" in Freiburg. Because of his achivements in in these competitions, he received several scholarships for participating in master-classes given under the "Oberstdorfer Musiksommers". There and at other master-classes he gained further experience as a singer, among others, with Peter Berne, James Bowman, Melanie Diener, Cornelius Hauptmann, Rudolf Piernay, Ulrike Sonntag, James Taylor and Mark Tucker.
In summer 2008 Johannes Mooser studied sing with Professor Bernhard Jaeger-Böhm at the Hochschule für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Stuttgart, graduating in spring 2012 with a Bachelor degree. In summer 2009 he was awarded in Oberstdorf with the Dr. Konstanze Koepff-Röhrs prize for excellent young singer. In the same year Dr. Dazert Stiftung awared him as the Art Prize for outstanding achievements in the field of singing. In summer 2011 he received a scholarship from the Richard-Wagner-Stiftung.
Johannes Mooser has gathered experience as a soloist in numerous concerts and recitals in Germany and neighboring countries. His last concert tour led him to Italy as a soloist in J.S. Bach's Mass in B minor (BWV 232), under the baton of Helmuth Rilling and the JSB Ensemble.