Lisa Marie Lebitschnig

Lisa Marie Lebitschnig

Lisa-Marie Lebitschnig has been shaping her love for expression and creativity from an early age. Born in Austria in 1998, she dedicated herself to the harp, dance, and her voice since childhood.

Her passion for music theater flourished on the stage of her hometown theater (Stadttheater Klagenfurt). As a singer, she has been active there since the age of 12, and thus, the young soprano has been part of 18 opera productions at a tender age.

This includes not only appearances in the children's and extra chorus but also solo roles, such as the 1st Boy in "The Magic Flute", Yniold in "Pelléas et Mélisande", and Barbarina in "Le Nozze di Figaro". Thus, she had the opportunity to work with conductors such as Nicolas Carter and Nicolas Milton and participate in productions by directors such as Éric Ruf and Brigitte Fassbaender.

At the age of 16, Lisa-Marie organized a concert at the Klagenfurt Concert Hall herself. A charity concert in support of Carinthian Childhood Cancer Aid, which supported her and her family during illness. The association received a considerable donation after that concert.

After some early concert experiences with youth orchestras, she embarked on further projects of this kind, such as another charity concert in 2019 and a concert tour to Belgrade with the EUphony Orchestra (Mahler 4th Symphony) in 2020.

She began her vocal studies with Antonius Sol at the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz in 2017.

Here, her enthusiasm for the subtle interpretation of songs intensified through working with professors such as Stacey Bartsch, Julius Drake, and Josef Breinl. In February 2023, she performed a song recital at the Arnold Schoenberg Center in Vienna together with Thomas Ebenstein and Sascha El Mouissi on the piano. Furthermore, in May 2023, she had a song recital at the concert hall "La Sala dei Giganti" in Padova.

That same summer, she continued with the role of Despina in "Così fan tutte" at the Oper Lungau. Furthermore, in November 2023, she performed a song recital for the Austrian Richard Wagner Society. In early 2024, she portrayed Pamina at the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz and can still be heard in the current season at the Graz Opera in the production "Der Berggeist vom Schöckl" as Ana and Xandl.