Lydia Vierlinger
Instrument: alto

Vierlinger Lydia

General Information

Place of Birth:  Linz
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PeriodEducationInstrumentTeacherEducation OrganisationLocation

lessons in piano and violin, later she discovered her passion for singing

exchange-year to the USA

solo-singing and vocal pedagogy

postgraduate cooperation with Diane Forlano

postgraduate cooperation


1988 - 2002

teacher under contract for voice-formation

1999 - 2002

teaching assignment

2002 - 2004

teacher under contract



2004 - 2008

Institute Antonio Salieri: associate professorship for singing


Institute Antonio Salieri: ever since professorship for singing

2012 - 2014

jury-member in various regional and national competitions for solo- and ensemble-singing

as alto primarily active in the fields of oratorio and lied

international performances, among others at numerous festivals (Salzburg Festival, Vienna Festival, Osterklang, Klangbogen and Vienna Modern, Styriarte (Graz) and Haydn-Festival (Eisenstadt), Festival Le Mans (France) und Umbria-Festival (Italy) etc.) and on great stages (such as Vienna Musikverein, Konzerthaus Wien, Salzburg Festspielhaus, Linz Brucknerhaus, Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Teatro Real Madrid, Scuola di San Rocco Venice, Esplanade Singapore, Cultural Forum New York, in Kiev and Moscow as well as in the Alte Oper Frankfurt)

regular master classes as a specialist for "Early Music" inland and abroad (e.g. Vienna, Gmunden, Moscow and Belgrade)

singer and voice pedagogue, since 2011 mainly teaching activities


PeriodAwardCompositionAwarding Organisation

nomination for her CD "Händels Arias"

Discography, Projects

Discography (selection):

  • 2011: Vedo in Ciel: geistliche Arien (Neuauflage 2011, capriccio/crystal classics)
  • 2008: Almirante (Phoenix Edition)
  • 2006: Stradella: Charpentier
  • 2005: World premiere recording G.Ph. Telemann: Pastorelle en musique (capriccio)
  • 2005: Die Botin der Liebe - Brahms Raritäten (Universal/ORF)
  • 2004: Vedo in Ciel: Händel Arias (amadeo/Universal)
  • 2002: Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach - Kantaten für Hamburg (ORF)
  • 2002: Romantische Duette: Wien-Prag-Berlin

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