David Fischer - Tenor

David Fischer © Moritz Fischer

David Fischer is a permanent member of the Bonn Opera solo ensemble since the 2017/18 season and also regularly performs at the Leipzig Opera.

Right in his first season on the Bonn Opera stage he was able to embody the leading role
of John Whitcroft at the world premiere of the opera „Geisterritter“ by James Reynolds, which will also guide him to the Deutsche Oper am Rhein in 2019.

Moreover, David Fischer was seen in Bonn as Rev. Horace Adams in Britten’s „Peter Grimes“, in which José Cura did staging, set and the leading role, Remendado in Bizet’s „Carmen“, Pang in Puccini’s „Turandot“ and some others.

His concert activity leads him through Europe, this year, for example, he sang Bach’s St. Johan Passion with the NDR choir and Radiophilharmonie in the large concert studio of the NDR Hannover under Chief Conductor Andrew Manze and gave a Lied recital with Paulina Tukiainen at the Swiss Festival classique des Haudères. Further Lied recitals with her repeatedly lead him to Geneva and to the Schumannfest Bonn.

The year of 2016 David Fischer could complete by winning the great internaional music
competition Concours de Genève. Within the 48th Easter Festival of the Berlin Philharmonics, David Fischer made is début in 2015 at the Baden-Baden Theater as Trémolini in Offenbach’s Opéra-bouffe „La Princesse de Trézibone“. The next year he travelled to Daegu (Korea) with the ensemble of the Bonn Opera as Jaquino in Beethoven’s „Fidelio“.

David Fischer completed his singing studies in Freiburg with Reginaldo Pinheiro and took
master classes with Brigitte Fassbaender. The early musical education began at the age of three with the first violin lessons – 12 years old he won the German federal competition „Jugend musiziert“ in the solo violin category.

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