The soprano Nina-Maria Fischer was born in Berlin. At the University of Arts Berlin she graduated with distinction studying with Carola Höhn.
She won the international singing competition Kammeroper Schloss Rheinsberg, was Semi-Finalist of the concorso lirico internazionale di Katia Ricciarelli in Ravello and Teresa Berganza invited her to her Masterclass.
Recently she gave her debut as Konstanze in Die Entführung aus dem Serail at the Scheidegg Summer Festival.
She sang leading roles, such as Vi in Gershwins Blue Monday and Lady Betty in the european premiere of Blitzsteins Triple-Sec, at Konzerthaus and Komische Oper Berlin. At the Neuköllner Oper Berlin she sang Ida in the Wolrd-Premiere of Enric Palomars Bazaar Cassandra.
At the 24. Champions League Finals she performed the UEFA Anthem in the Olympic stadion Berlin.
Her engagements include appearances at the Konzerthaus Berlin, Neuköllner Oper Berlin, Komische Oper Berlin, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Junges Musiktheater Hamburg and numerous Festivals, with the Stourbridge Orchestra, Wernigerode Philharmoniker, Brandenburger Symphoniker, working with Steven Sloane, Evan Christ and David Runnicles.
Amongst her performances were Porgy and Bess, Coplands american songs, Agathe in Der Freischütz, Contessa in Le nozze di Figaro as well as the Queen of the night in Die Zauberflöte,
Indolende in the Berlin Premiere of Martinus Les trois souhaits and Giunone in La Calisto.
In 2008 she made her debut as Pamina in Die Zauberflöte in Hamburg.
in "Don Giovanni"
Conductor: Sven Gnass
Director: Lars Franke
in "Die Entführung aus dem Serail"
Conductor: Wolfgang Schmid, Katsiaryna Ihnatsyeva-Cadek
Director: Alexander Irmer
in "Blue Monday"
Konzerthaus Berlin and
Komische Oper Berlin
Conductor: Evan Christ
Director: Tobias Ribitzki
in "Bazaar Cassandra"
Neuköllner Oper Berlin
Conductor: Hans-Peter Kirchberg
Director: Mario Portmann
Porgy and Bess
(Concert version Russell Bennet)
Philharmonic orchestra Wernigerode
Conductor: Christian Fitzner
Nina Valencia / Indolende
in "Les trois souhaits"
Conductor: Errico Fresis
Director: Frank Hilbrich