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Linus Fischer


First Round

Lukas Stamm


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Franz Schubert

Sonett D 629 (Petrarca)   - 1R

Der entsühnte Orest D 699 (Johann Mayrhofer)

Auf dem See D 543 (J.W.v.Goethe)

Ludwig van Beethoven

Vier Arietten und ein Duett, Op.82 

3. Arietta buffa "L ́amante impaziente" (Pietro Metastasio)     - 1R

4. Arietta assai seriosa "L ́amante impaziente" (Pietro Metastasio)     - 1R

Anna Teichmüller

Im Dämmer der Nacht, Op.8, Nr.2 (Carl Hauptmann)

Mathilde Kralik von Meyerswalden

Jugend Lieder

1. Morgengesang (William Shakespeare)

4. Lied des Gefangegen (Ludwig Uhland)

Henri Duparc


1. L ́invitation au voyage (Charles Baudelaire)   - 1R

Roger Quilter

Three Shakespeare Songs, Op.6

1. Come Away, Death

2. O Mistress Mine

3. Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind  - 1R


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Linus Fischer


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The baritone Linus Fischer grew up in a family of musicians in Müllheim (Baden).

He learned to play the cello and sang as a boy with the Freiburger Domsingknaben and later as bass with the Freiburg Bach Choir.

Before  he graduated from high school, he studied singing at the Freiburg  Academy for Gifted Students at the Freiburg University of Music.

He  then studied opera singing, concert singing and song composition there  in Prof. Reginaldo Pinheiro's singing class. He completed these subjects  with a master's degree in 2021. This was followed by a year of  postgraduate studies with Prof. Teru Yoshihara in Stuttgart.

During  his studies he received additional lessons from singers such as  Dorothea Wirtz, Rudolf Piernay, Rainer Trost and Markus Eiche.

In recent years he has appeared as a soloist in Bach's St. John Passion and Christmas Oratorio.

He  took part in eight productions at the Freiburg Institute for Music  Theater and sang roles such as the role of Conte Robinson in Domenico  Cimarosa's "Il matrimonio segreto". This was followed by an engagement  at the Allee Theater Hamburg for the 2022/23 season. As well as a guest  engagement as Papageno in Mozart's “The Magic Flute” in Upper Austria.

He was a scholarship holder of the Baden-Württemberg Foundation and a prize winner of the Trossinger Lied Academy.

Lukas Stamm


Lukas Stamm is a composer, pianist and harpsichordist. At the center of  his musical activity are questions such as the relationship between the  present and history and tradition, the search for relationships between  language and music, and the study of chamber music as a form of  interpersonal communication. He studied composition and piano at the  music academies in Freiburg, Lucerne and Stuttgart. Particularly  influential teachers were Jörg Widmann, Dieter Ammann, Marco Stroppa,  Florian Hoelscher and Benjamin Moser. As a composer and performer, he is  a guest on a wide variety of stages, from the Lucerne Festival to the  Donaueschinger Musiktage to the Swiss Chamber Music Festival.

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