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HELENE FELDBAUER

MEZZOSOPRAN

Bio

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Austrian mezzo-soprano Helene Feldbauer embarked on her musical journey with studies in music- and instrumental education at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg. Her pursuit of excellence led her to the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna, where she studied singing under the guidance of Margit Klaushofer, Lied with Florian Boesch, and opera with Prof. Chr. U. Meier. She successfully completed her Master’s degree, graduating with the prestigious distinction of Suma cum laude.

During her studies, she partook in numerous opera productions, treading the boards with roles such as the Composer, Hänsel, Dorabella (Wietzow Opera), Marcellina, and more.


In the 2022/23 season, Helene became a member of the Opera Studio at Oper Frankfurt, making her debut in Johannes Erath's premiere of Wagner’s “Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg" as one of the Apprentices. Her talent shone through in roles such as Zweite Magd in Claus Guth’s reimagined production of “Elektra” and as The Boy in Weill’s “Der Zar lässt sich fotografieren.”
After showcasing her talents as Wirtstochter in Humperdinck’s opera “Königskinder” at the Summer Festival Erl, Helene returns to Frankfurt this season, expanding her repertoire with roles such as Cherubino (Le nozze di Figaro), Zweite Magd in both "Daphne" and "Elektra" and some concerts.


Helene's success in some competitions secured her variety of prizes. Notably, in recognition of her dedication to her craft, Helene was awarded the prestigious Richard Wagner Scholarship in 2023.


In Summer 2024 she returns to the Summer Festival in Erl to sing the role of Ljubov in Tschaikowski's opera Mazeppa.

As her musical journey unfolds, Helene Feldbauer remains committed to the pursuit of excellence, bringing each note and role to life with unwavering passion and dedication. She cordially invites audiences worldwide to join her on her melodic adventures.

In the 2022/23 season, Helene became a member of the Opera Studio at Oper Frankfurt, making her debut in Johannes Erath's premiere of Wagner’s “Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg" as one of the Apprentices. Her talent shone through in roles such as Zweite Magd in Claus Guth’s reimagined production of “Elektra” and as The Boy in Weill’s “Der Zar lässt sich fotografieren.”
After showcasing her talents as Wirtstochter in Humperdinck’s opera “Königskinder” at the Summer Festival Erl, Helene returns to Frankfurt this season, expanding her repertoire with roles such as Cherubino (Le nozze di Figaro), Zweite Magd in both "Daphne" and "Elektra" and some concerts.


Helene's success in some competitions secured her variety of prizes. Notably, in recognition of her dedication to her craft, Helene was awarded the prestigious Richard Wagner Scholarship in 2023.


In Summer 2024 she returns to the Summer Festival in Erl to sing the role of Ljubov in Tschaikowski's opera Mazeppa.

As her musical journey unfolds, Helene Feldbauer remains committed to the pursuit of excellence, bringing each note and role to life with unwavering passion and dedication. She cordially invites audiences worldwide to join her on her melodic adventures.

Press

Starke Interpretation

Mit einem Bekenntnis zur klassischen Moderne präsentierte die Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien (mdw) zwei Stücke aus Alban Bergs Sieben frühen Liedern sowie eine Volkslied-Adaptation von Gustav Mahler in der starken Interpretation der Mezzosopranistin Helene Feldbauer, begleitet von Elitsa Desseva am Klavier.

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