I have been working as a composer and a singer since my childhood.
Singing larger roles and important concert parts – with a repertoire reaching from renaissance music up to experimental contemporary music theatre – took me to the Musikverein and Konzerthaus Vienna, the opera houses of Frankfurt and Magdeburg, the Berlin Philharmonie, the Antikenfestspiele Trier, the Chigiana Festival in Siena, and some other leading European venues. I won several international awards, and in 2007 my first solo CD with baroque arias in 4 languages was published by an Italian label. Recently, I sang Papageno and Pluto in Telemann's Orpheus in Magdeburg and Paris, as well as die leading role in a contemporary opera première at the Vienna Schauspielhaus.
My most beautiful experiences in the field of music theater were probably my hitherto favourite role, Monteverdi's Orfeo in a production directed by Pet Halmen, and the work with Achim Freyer on the title role in Sciarrino's Macbeth, where I was hired as second cast for the première production.
In both fields I have won international prizes and grants, and I expanded my spectrum even further by occupying myself as a teacher, coach, cabaret artist, translator of poetry, and chansonnier.
In 2014 I completed an artistic doctorate at the University of the Arts in Graz/Austria, and in 2015 I was appointed as a University Professor by the University Mozarteum in Salzburg.