Fabian Strotmann
Fabian Strotmann

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Fabian Strotmann

TENOR

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orn 1985, the lyric tenor Fabian Strotmann belongs to the most versatile solo artists of todays generation in Germany.

 

As concert singer Fabian Strotmann is a regular guest performer in the major concert halls, such as Konzerthaus Berlin, Konzerthaus Dortmund, Cologne Philharmonie and Essen Philharmonie and in international festivals such as Stuttgarter Bachwoche and Ruhrtriiiennale. He has worked with conductors like Helmut Rilling, Florian Helgath, Andrea Marcon and ensembles such as Concerto Köln, The Emerson Consort, WDR-, SWR- and HR-symphony orchestra as well as The Radio Symphony Orchestra Berlin.

Fabian Strotmann developed an inspiring passion for Lied: While playing numerous Lied-recitals together with best-known accompanist Tatjana Dravenau, they regularly keep on getting as close to the acting spots of great Lied-composers. That is why they chose to play concerts at Mendelssohn-Haus Leipzig and at Robert-Schumann-Haus Zwickau.

 

Fabian first studied vocal pedagogy guided by Christoph Scheeben followed by an artistic masters degree instructed by Martin Wölfel at the Folkwang-Hochschule für Musik Essen.

 

Beyond that, he joined master courses with The Hillard Ensemble and The Tallis Scholars, followed by engagements with RIAS Chamber Choir, NDR choir and SWR-Vokalensemble, Chorwerk-Ruhr and the Zürcher Sing-Akademie.

 

Through various international master courses he gained important musical and singing influences, e.g. from Diane Forlano, Stewart Emerson, Dominik Wortig and James Taylor.

 

Fabians Repertoire includes works from middleaged Choralschola to todays modern operas. Still he focuses on lyric tenorparts from oratorio and concert. In 2016 Fabian Strotmann gave his american debut in the modern opera „De Materie“ by Louis Andriessen at the Armory Hall New York, since then he si touring the world with many a different solo concert and Projects.