Nadia Maria Fischer
Born in Cologne, Germany, in 1964
Grew up in Tehran, Iran (1969-1974)
Studied jazz and popular music at Cologne Conservatory (Musikhochschule Köln) ... (1987-1993): Active as a freelance singer, arranger and composer etc. ...
Since 1989, concerts, tours, festivals, bands and projects...
Has released or contributed to a number of CDs since 1991...
Has worked together with – to name but a few – Johnny Clegg and Savouka, Simon Phillips, Jack Bruce, Ziggy Marley, Jerry van Reuen and the WDR Big Band, Celine Rudolph, Francesca Simone, Walter Dahn, Werner Neumann, Claus Fischer, Thomas Heberer, Axel Heilhecker, Frank Köllges, Dal Martino, Dietmar Fuhr...
Has taught since 1992, working with choirs, singers, actors and children. Presently teaches jazz and popular song, vocal harmonies and performance at the Carl Maria von Weber Conservatory in Dresden...
2004 solo debut album ‘Talk’ released in September 2005 on Double Moon Records as part of the Jazz Thing Next Generation series.
|| Working with singers, choirs, ensembles, actors, dancers as a singing instructor, coach, composer and arranger. Including the following:
As lecturer in jazz and popular music, choir and workshop instructor at the Offene Jazzhausschule in Cologne
Lecturer in Vocal Music at the Cologne Theatre Academy including:
“The Nights of the Brontë Sisters”
“Circus Child” (Zirkuskind) Christof Seeger-Zurmühlen
Director of the Choryphäen Women’s Choir
Teacher of jazz and popular song, vocal harmonies, method and performance at the Carl Maria von Weber Conservatory in Dresden