In concert and oratorio settings Brigitte Schweizer has already performed in prominent concert halls, among them:

-St. John‘s Smith Square, Verdun Cathedral,

 Cologne Philharmonie

-Zürich Tonhalle, KKL Lucerne

-Berlin Gendarmenmarkt Concert Hall, Hamburg Music Hall

-Hadersleben Cathedral (Dänemark)


She has also worked with prominent orchestras, choirs, and conductors, such as:

the Prague Philharmonic,

-the Berliner Symphony Orchestra

-the Saarland Radio Orchestra

-the Hamburg Symphonic Choir

-Tokyo Main Choir

-English Chamber Choir

-Carlo Rizzi-Brignoli

-Scala di Milano

-Guy Protheroe (London)

-Gerd Albrecht


Furthermore, Brigitte Schweizer was invited to Israel twice as a guest soloist; the first time for Haendels „Messiah“ as part of the International Festival of Jerusalem, as well as concerts in Tel Aviv and Haifa, and the second time for Mendelssohn’s „Elias* in cooperation with the Jerusalem Oratory Choir.


Not only does this versatile artist have a vocal range of more than three octaves, she also has an interesting dark timbre and a large repertoire spanning from Renaissance to Modern.


She especially enjoys performing seldomly produced works.


Press releases:

"Brigitte Schweizer was deeply moving with her aria."

(Frankenpost on "Johannespassion, J.S.Bach)


"With her versatile and colourful mezzo soprano voice the concert and opera singer thrilled the audience - she was in a class of her own." (Allgäuer Anzeigeblatt)


"Her timbre is captivating….with a strong approach to the especially high notes, large fortissimo were reached with ease."

(Schwetzinger Zeitung)


"...gorgeous musicality!“ (Südkurier)