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.








"Brigitte Schweizer was deeply moving with her aria".

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


"With her versatile and colouful 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)


"....gorgious musicality!" (Südkurier)