2nd Prize Voice 2016
David Fischer took his first violin lessons in Freiburg and Basel at only three years old. In 2004, he won 1st Prize for violin at the federal competition “Jugend musiert”. A student of the Helene-Rosenberg Foundation since 2011, he currently studies voice with Reginaldo Pinheiro at the Hochschule für Musik in Freiburg and has followed masterclasses with Brigitte Fassbaender and François-Xavier Roth. His various performances across Germany include an appearance in Freiburg with the Freiburg Bachchor-und-orchester in Beethoven’s C Major Mass and in Konstanz with the Südwestdeutsche Philharmonie in Saint Matthew’s Passion.
David Fischer made his opera debut in 2015 at the Berlin Philharmonic’s Easter Festival and at the Opera of Baden-Baden in the role of Tremolni (Offenbach’s La Princesse de Trébizonde). This year he will performing with the Bonn Opera in the role of Jaquino (Beethoven’s Fidelio) for a concert tour in Korea and next year, he will appear as Rev. Horace Adams (Britten’s Peter Grimes), also with the Bonn Opera. In 2017, he will be performing in Leipzig in the role of the Second Nazarene (Strauss’ Salome).