The French tenor BENJAMIN BERNHEIM has quickly made a name for himself as one of the most versatile young singers. He studied under Gary Magby at the Lausanne Conservatoire. He also took part in masterclasses with Giacomo Aragall and Dale Duesing and visited Carlo Bergonzi’s Accademia Verdiana in Busseto. After his time as a member of the ensemble at the Zurich Opera House, his engagements took him all over Europe. He sang, amongst others, Rodolfo at the Zürich Opera House, Flamand (Capriccio) at the Paris Opera, Cassio (Otello) at the Salzburg Easter Festival, Roméo (Roméo et Juliette) at the Dutch National Opera, Roméo (Roméo et Juliette) at La Scala Milan, Edmondo (Manon Lescaut) and Nicias (Thaïs) at the Salzburg Festival. In addition, he has performed as Rodolfo, Tamino (Die Zauberflöte) and Erik (Der fliegende Holländer)at the Semper Opera House in Dresden. He sang the roles of Lenski (Eugen Onegin) and Alfredo (La traviata) at the Deutsche Oper Berlin. Current projects include appearances at the Lyric Opera in Chicago and at the Berlin State Opera.