Julian Habermann

Julian Habermann, born in Freising in 1993, was a member of the Regensburg Cathedral Choir (Domspatzen). The artist was a junior student of Christian Elsner at the Würzburg Conservatory. Subsequently, he continued his musical studies at the Frankfurt Conservatory, with Hedwig Fassbender and Thilo Dahlmann.


In 2012, he was a prize winner of the Bundeswettbewerb Gesang and in 2017 he became the youngest participant and finalist of the international song competition Das Lied. At the Bundeswettbewerb Gesang (2018) he received the Rosenbaum Foundation prize. Further, he was awarded with a scholarship of the Academy of the Heidelberger Frühling and for several years he had been a participant of the Liederwerkstatt Kissinger Sommer with Axel Bauni, Jan Philip Schulze and Steffen Schleiermacher. In Kissingen he has been awarded with the Luitpold-prize (2019).


From 2019-2022 the artist was a member of the Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden where he sang Steuermann in The Flying Dutchman, Evangelist in Bach’s St. Matthew’s Passion, Dancairo in Carmen, Fiorillo in Barbiere di Siviglia, Ottokar in Der Zigeunerbaron, First officer in Candide, Basilio in Le nozze di Figaro, Oronte in Alcina, Malcolm in Macbeth, Gastone in La Traviata, Brother in The 7 Deadly Sinns. During the 2021/22 season he will appear as Pedrillo in Abduction of the Seraglio.


In the 2021 / 2022 season he made a guest appearance at the Komische Oper Berlin as Ottokar in Der Zigeunerbaron (ML Stefan Soltesz / directed by Tobias Kratzer).


Julian Habermann has been invited to sing the arias in Bach’s St. Matthew’s Passion on a tour of Germany and Italy with the Tölzer Boys Choir and in concerts with the Nederlandse Bachvereniging under Philippe Herreweghe. He sang the Evangelist part in Bach’s Christmas Oratorio at the anniversary concert of the Frankfurt Cäcilienchor and with the Gemischter Chor Zürich at the Tonhalle Zurich and the Evangelist part in Bach’s John Passion with the Philharmonie Zuidnederland in Maastricht and at the Lutherkirche Wiesbaden. Further concerts took him to St. Michaelis HamburgConcertgebouw Amsterdam, Naarden, Utrecht, Den Haag, etc. In 2021 he was invited to the Gaechinger Cantorey for concerts and a CD recording of Haydn’s Schöpfung conducted by Hans-Christoph Rademann.


Future projects: Christmas Oratorio in Nuremberg, Mozart Requiem in Paris, Messias with the Dresden Philharmonic in Dresden, Haydn’s Jahreszeiten and Bachkantaten with CD recording with the Gaechinger Cantorey in Stuttgart and a guest contract for Janacek’s Totenhaus at the Staatstheater Wiesbaden.