In the season 2021/22 the young soprano makes her debut as MARIANA in “Das Liebesverbot” at the Opera Leipzig, as CONTESSA in “Le nozze di Figaro” at the Cottbus State Theatre and sings the 1st DAME in “Die Zauberflöte” and Beethoven’s 9th symphony at the Braunschweig State Theatre.
Before, she impressed as LEONORA in Verdi’s ”il Trovatore” and DIDO in “Dido and Aeneas” at the Theatre Vorpommern.
In 2021 he returned to the Auditorio de Zaragoza in Spain for a New Year’s Concert. In 2020 she had already enjoyed great success here with an OPERA GALA CONCERT.
»was very impressing, performing a „Song to the Moon“ from Dvorak's opera Rusalka, that will go down in Zaragoza's musical history.« Luis A. Bes, HERALDO DE ARAGÓN
She enjoyed a successful debut as DONNA ANNA in Mozart's “Don Giovanni” at the Opera Festival Glatt (Switzerland). At the Scheidegg Summer Opera (Switzerland), previously she has known great triumph as KONSTANZE in “Die Entführung aus dem Serail”. In cooperation with the Komische Oper Berlin she portrayed at the Berlin Concert House the leading role VI in Gershwin's “Blue Monday” and LADY BETTY in the European premiere of Marc Blitzstein's “Triple-Sec”. At the Opera House Neukölln Berlin she sang IDA in the world premiere of Enric Palomar's “Bazaar Cassandra”.
While still studying, Nina-Maria Fischer already made her debut as PAMINA at the Young Music Theater Hamburg.
The soprano Nina-Maria Fischer was born in Berlin. At the University of Arts Berlin she graduated with distinction studying opera singing with Robert Gambill and Carola Höhn. She was a finalist of the Concurso internacional de canto Alfredo Kraus. She won the international singing competition Kammeroper Schloss Rheinsberg, was semi-finalist of the concorso lirico internazionale di Katia Ricciarelli in Ravello. She also absolved master classes with a.o. Teresa Berganza.
In concerts she already performed with the Stourbridge Orchestra, the Wernigröder Philharmonic Orchestra, the Brandenburg Symphonic Orchestra and worked with conductors such as Steven Sloane, Evan Christ and José Miguel Pérez-Sierra.
Her repertoire also includes BESS in “Porgy and Bess”, AGATHE in “Der Freischütz”, INDOLENDE in the Berlin premiere of Martinůs' “Les trois souhaits” and GIUNONE in Cavalli's “La Calisto”.
Nina-Maria was invited by the UEFA to sing the anthem of the opening ceremony of the 24th Champions League Finale at the Berlin Olympia Stadion.