Andreas Macco since October 2010 is Professor of Singing (Solo) at the University Mozarteum in Salzburg.
Some results:

Matthias Winckhler: Bariton, Bachelor’s and Master’s studies 2010-15
Since 2015/16 engaged at the Niedersächsische Staatsoper, Hannover
International concert activity, especially with works by J.S. Bach
2015 Debut at the Salzburg Festival: Mozart, c-minor Mass; Verdi, Il Trovatore
2014 1st Prize in the International Mozart Vocal Competition, Salzburg, as well as the Special Prize for Mozart
2012  3rd Prize in the International Bach Competition, Leipzig

Oddur Jonsson
: Bariton, Master’s studies 2012-15
2016-17 “Wolfram von Eschenbach”, Tannhäuser, Chemnitz
2016 Title role in Mozart’s Don Giovanni, Icelandic Opera, Reykjavik
2015 Lied recital, Schubert’s Schwanengesang, Barcelona. Partook in productions of Rossini’s Il Barbiere di Siviglia and Britten’s Peter Grimes, Icelandic Opera, Reykjavik
2014 Debut at Paris Opera as singer in a ballet production of Mahler’s Das Lied von der Erde,
Prizes at the Francisco Viñas Competition, Barcelona;
the Brahms Competition, Pörtschach;
the Musica Sacra Competition, Rome.
Was also finalist in other competitions. Nominated Icelandic Singer of the Year after his debut at Icelandic Opera as the Marquis Posa in Verdi’s Don Carlo. Cover for Thomas Hampson as Posa, Salzburg Festival.
2014 Awarded Lilli Lehmann Medallion of the Mozarteum Foundation, Salzburg

Karin Torbjörnsdottir
: Mezzosopran, Master’s studies 2012-14
Since 2016/17 in fixed engagement with the Opernhaus Luzern
2014 Became a member of the Opera Studio, Stuttgart, where she sang numerous roles in her Fach, e.g. Dorabella

Ji Huan Moon
: Bariton, Master’s studies 2010-11
2011 2nd Prize in the Singing Competition Pia Tebaldini, 5th Edition in Brescia, Italy
Is now  a singing professor in Seoul

Alexander Hüttner
: Tenor, Bachelor’s and Master’s studies 2012-15
2016 fixed engagement in chorus of the Landestheater, Salzburg
In great demand as a concert singer. Bach’s St. John Passion in London, Salzburg and Weimar, partly in collaboration of the Mozarteum’s Institute for Early Music with the Royal College, London

Katrin Bulke
: Sopran, Master’s studies since 2013
Debut in New York in the Carnegie Hall as the Queen of the Night
Opera productions: the title role in Bellini’s La Sonnambula with the Westside Company, New York City. Also Gilda in Verdi’s Rigoletto