biography

Lisa Rombach was born into a musical enviroment. She grew up surrounded by chamber music, great food and lots of laughter. After several years of intensive training as a violinist she ultimately decided to become a singer. She studied with KS Edith Lienbacher, KS Marjana Lipovsek and KS Gabriele Fontana at the University for music and performing arts Vienna and earned her Master´s degree as a concert singer in 2012.  Shortly after graduation she won 2nd prize in the International Brahms competition Pörtschach and made her japanese debut with Mahler´s Wunderhorn Lieder with the Osaka Symphony Orcestra at Osaka Symphony Hall.

Together with her lied-partner, spanish pianist Alejandro Píco-Leonís, she is dedicated to creating diverse recital programs centered around the "Lieder" of Austrian composers. Her concerts have brought her to Britain, Croatia, Finland, Germany, Italy, Malta, Poland, Hungary, the Netherlands, Japan and Taiwan.

Specialized in the interpretation of contemporary music she was cast in several opera world premiers in cooperation with Wien Modern, Taschenoper Wien and Sirene Operntheater. Next August she will revisit the Helsinki town festival with a Lied program that encompasses both finnish and austrian contemporary music. After singing the role of goddess Ischtar in Rene Clemencic´s opera "Gilgamesch", she will appear as Natasha in the world premiere of the opera "Chodorkowski" by greek composer Periklis Liakakis.