Biography

The lyrical tenor Markus Miesenberger received his education as a singer in Vienna with Robert KS Holl and Sebastian Vittucci as well as in the fields Violin and Baroque viola in Salzburg, Linz and Vienna.

Appearances as a concert and song singer and opera singer led the artist through completely Austria, in important European music centres and to Mexico. Thus it was and is beside regular appearances in the Viennese music association and in the Viennese concert hall to guest with numerous festivals (Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes Mexico City, Festival Oude Muziek Utrecht, MA festival Brugge, Styriarte, Carinthischer Sommer, Schubertiade Dürnstein, Brucknerfest Linz, Handel festival Halle, Musica antiqua from the bavarian broadcast in Nürnberg, National forum of music Wroclaw).

 

He makes music under the baton of famous conductors like Pierre Andre Valade, Ralf Weikert, Andre Orozco-Estrada, Gunar Letzbor and Rubén Dubrovsky with ensembles like Ars Antiqua Austria , Bach Consort Vienna, Wroclaw Baroque Orchestra and Slovac Philharmonic.

On the opera stage Markus Miesenberger is to be experienced above all in roles of the Mozart’s field, with parts of the 20th century and with contemporary music. Engagements led him to the new opera Vienna, to the Landestheater Linz, to the municipal theatre Bolzano and to the Tirol festival.

In summer 2014 he sang Ferrando in Mozart’s Cosi fan tutte at Opernfestspiele Bad Hersfeld, Germany.

 

In 2011 he won Franz Joseph Aumann Prize for new discoveries and innovative interpretation of baroque music with the international H.I.F. Biber competition.

CD productions and numerous radio broadcasts also form a central focus of his artistic career.

In autumn 2012 the recording Pro Adventu containing works of the Austrian composer Gregor Werner with the ensemble Ars Antiqua Austria was released at the label Challenge Classics.

In February 2018 his CD Arias for Silvio Garghetti - The Habsburg Star Tenor was released.