Skip to main content
Florian Boesch

Florian Boesch


Born in Saarbrücken in 1971, the Austrian baritone Florian Boesch is particularly renowned for his visceral yet sensitive interpretations of lieder; the son of a professional baritone, he studied with his grandmother (the soprano Ruthilde Boesch) and then with Robert Holl in Vienna. He works regularly with the pianist Roger Vignoles; their recording of Krenek’s Reisebuch aus den österreichischen Alpen was shortlisted for a Gramophone Award in 2017, and an album of Carl Loewe made the finals of the BBC Music Magazine Awards in 2012. Boesch’s discography also includes Haydn’s Seasons and Dvorak’s Stabat mater with Philippe Herreweghe, schubert’s three great song-cycles with Malcolm Martineau, and Brahms’s Deutsches Requiem with Sir Roger Norrington.

Show full biography Hide full biography

Recent Best Sellers: Florian Boesch

Schubert (Un)finished
CD: $14.75
Download from $10.50
Krenek: Chamber Music and Songs Vol.1
CD: $15.50
Download from $10.50

New Releases: Florian Boesch