The German bass, Julian Redlin, was in a Knabenchor Hannover, where he got first professional training as alto and sang as a boy soloist in numerous concerts and recordings under the direction of Heinz Hennig, and other well-known conductors such as Ton Koopman. He also sang the 3rd boy in the Zauberflöte at the Niedersächsischen Staatsoper. In his music studies at the University of Kiel he worked intensively with early music, in particular the Franco-Flemish vocal polyphony until 500, whose works he sometimes re-edited and formed a speciall ensemble for the performance of this repertoire. He has participated in numerous master-classes, including Barbara Schlick, Emma Kirkby and Anthony Rooley and is a student of Erika Orth, Harry van der Kamp and Peter Kooy.
As bass Julian Redlin sings since in the last few years mainly music of the Baroque period. His concert career, often with the oratorio works by J.S. Bach, George Frideric Handel and Haydn, led him also to other European countries. He is a member of Ensemble Musica Poetica in The Hague.
Critics praised his "enormous expressive power" and his "amazing volume in the deep." "Elegisch flowing tones and aggressive explodierendes-staccato consonants, nimble coloratura constructed tension and relaxation continue phrases with long breath model in his always centered on the floor singing the diametralen emotional characters with sculptural conciseness."
Julian Redlin is a singing trainer of the Landesjugendchor Schleswig-Holstein and at the Ernst-Barlach-Gymnasium in Kiel.