On the 1st of February at the Berlin Konzerthaus and the 4th of February 2022 at the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche, Suzanne sings the soprano solo in Brahms’ “Ein Deutsches Requiem” with conductor Christiane Silber, bass-baritone Simon Robinson, Capella Academica and SingAkademie Berlin.
Suzanne is delighted to have recently taken a position as a 2. Sopran in the Chorus of the Deutsche Oper Berlin. Alongside performing at DOB, freelance concert work and teaching, Suzanne is also Development & Communications Assistant at the Mahler Chamber Orchestra.
Working with conductor Timo Kreuser and the PHØNIX16 Solistenensemble, Suzanne performed Luigi Nono’s solo work Djamilla Boupacha. 8pm, 5th March 2020, The Silent Green, Berlin.
Suzanne was delighted to sing the role of Violetta/La Traviata 30.12.2019-01.01.2020 for the Silvestertagung at Schloss Neuhardenberg, Brandenburg.
Suzanne sang Adina/L’Elisir d’Amore in a series of Education Workshops for Glyndebourne during autumn 2019. Venues included Glyndebourne, The Marlowe Theatre and Brighton.
Autumn 2019 Suzanne sang with the PHØNIX16 Solistenensemble recording a world premiere at the Haus des Rundfunks Berlin and performing at the Berliner Volksbühne and in Dresden.
On the 22nd September 2019, Suzanne gave an evening recital with tenor Florian Müncheberg and conductor/pianist Anthony Negus for the Rudolf Kempe Society in Stratford-upon-Avon. Repertoire to include Schubert, Debussy, Strauss, Mozart and Charpentier.
During Glyndebourne on Tour September-December 2018, Suzanne ‘jumped-in’ as La Fée at Glyndebourne in Fiona Shaw’s production of CENDRILLON by Massenet and sang the role of 1st Spirit/CENDRILLON on Tour and an excerpt of Adele/DIE FLEDERMAUS for the Glyndebourne Christmas Concerts. She then returned to Glyndebourne Festival Opera to cover the role of La Fée March-August 2019. During this time, Suzanne was also a semi-finalist in the inaugural By Voice Alone competition in London. Videos below..
In Summer 2018 Suzanne performed as Najade in ARIADNE AUF NAXOS at Longborough Festival Opera.
Naiad (Suzanne Fischer), Dryad (Flora McIntosh) and Echo (Alice Privett) are individually characterised in fine voice; their voices blend stunningly when required to do so.
Mel Cooper, Plays to See
Naiad, Dryad and Echo knit during the Prologue. As they spin and wrap the wool in various formations (the movement director is Michael Spenceley) they feel like Norns weaving the rope of destiny, with the cords also helping to delineate their own relationships as they use them to pull each other close. The parts are sung superbly by Suzanne Fischer, Flora McIntosh and Alice Privett.
Sam Smith, MusicOMH
A Rhinemaiden-like trio of Suzanne Fischer, Flora McIntosh and Alice Privett as Ariadne’s team of attendants.
Peter Reed, Classical Source
The supporting singers were first class […] Suzanne Fischer (Naiad), Flora McIntosh (Dryad) and Alice Privett (Echo) were a dream team as Ariadne’s attendants.
Peter Reed, Opera Magazine
On the 1st of September 2017, Suzanne sang the aria of the Queen of the Night with the Iceland Symphony Orchestra at the new Harpa Concert Hall in Rekyavic conducted by Daníel Bjarnason. Watch video here: