Florian Boesch started his vocal studies with Kammersängerin Ruthilde Boesch. From 1997 on he studied at the University of Music in Vienna, in the past years Lied und Oratorium with Robert Holl.
In October 2003 the young baritone made his debut at the Zurich Opera in the role of Papageno.
Performances at Volksoper Vienna, Staatstheater Stuttgart, the Salzburg and Bregenz Festival, Staatsoper Hamburg, Theater an der Wien, Bolshoi Theater Moskau, in Los Angeles and Tokyo followed.
He regularly works with Adam Fischer, Martin Haselböck and Nikolaus Harnoncourt, with whome he did Händels “Alexanderfest”, Haydns “Orlando paladino”, Beethovens “Christus am Ölberge”, Schuberts “Lazarus” und Mozarts “Zaïde”. In autumn 2010 the Concentus Musicus Tournee with Haydns “Schöpfung” and the “Mess in h minor” lead him also to Japan.
In the meantime Florian Boesch is in great demand as Lied-singer and is invited for solo recitals at Musikverein Vienna, Wiener Konzerthaus, Schubertiade Schwarzenberg, from Mozarteum Salzburg, the Wigmore Hall London, the Concertgebouw Amsterdam, the Edinburgh International Festival, styriarte, the Oxford Lieder Festival, to BBC as well as to Spain, France, Italy and Portugal. In February 2010 he was presented as triumphant Lied-singer also in the USA and Canada.
In 2009 the CD “Schumann – Heine Lieder“ by ONYX classics arrived (piano: Malcolm Martineau), in May 2011 appeared by hyperion “Carl Loewe – Songs & Ballads” (piano: Roger Vignoles).
Since Oktober 2011 Franz Schuberts Liedzyklus „Winterreise“ (by ONYX) is available. (piano: Malcolm Martineau).