Martina Neubauer

Martina Neubauer

Viennese soprano Martina Neubauer captivates audiences with a diverse repertoire ranging from opera and operetta to lieder and oratorio.

In 2023, she portrayed Dido in Purcell's opera "Dido and Aeneas" at the MuTh, Eva the Diva in the production "From 0 to Opera" at the MusikTheater an der Wien, and Gräfin Zedlau in Johann Strauss's "Wiener Blut" at the TAG theater. Additionally, she performed in the concert "Operetta Magic" at the Lehár Festival in Bad Ischl. She has collaborated with conductors such as Jürgen Goriup, Laszlo Gyüker, Walter Kobéra, Erich Polz, and Guido Mancusi. In 2024, she will portray the role of the Mother in the production of Richard III under the musical direction of Benjamin Bayl at the MusikTheater an der Wien.

She regularly performs as a soloist in church music settings, including the Vienna Stephansdom and St. Pölten Cathedral, as well as in concerts such as Michael Schade's Music Salon at the MuTh.

In 2022, Martina Neubauer won first prize at the Austrian LIONS Music Prize and secured the Gabriele Sima Singing Scholarship in the same year. In 2023, she won the Musica Juventutis competition at the Wiener Konzerthaus and will consequently perform in the 2024/25 season at the Schubertsaal.

In June 2024, the soprano will complete her master's degree in solo singing at the Music and Art Private University of Vienna. From February to June 2023, she also attended the Classical Operetta University course as a guest under the direction of Wolfgang Dosch. Additionally, she participated in masterclasses with Ian Bostridge, Adrian Eröd, Marisol Montalvo, and Aleksey Igudesman.