Asia, Australia/New Zealand, South America, Europe (project - related)
Julian Orlishausen received his musical basic education at the Windsbacher Boy´s Choir. He completed his singing studies at the Wuerzburg University of Music by
numerous masterclasses with famous singers such as Cheryl Studer, Francisco Araiza, Grace Bumbry, Michael Volle and Edda Moser.
His successful debut at the opera Leipzig quickly resulted in numerous engagements at, among others, the Staatstheater Kassel, the Theater Chemnitz, the Vienna Volksoper and the Staatsoper Stuttgart, where he appeared in roles like Dr. Falke in "Die Fledermaus" by Strauß, Edwin in "Die Csárdásfürstin" by Kálmán, Marcello in "La Bohème" and Sharpless in "Madame Butterfly" by Puccini, Sid in "Albert Herring" by Britten, as Graf in "Der Wildschütz" and Zar in "Zar and Zimmermann" by Lortzing as well as the titlerole of the opera „Don Giovanni“ by Mozart.
He is also a regular guest of numerous festivals such as the International Gluck Opernfestival in Nuremberg, the festival "Fränkischer Sommer" and the Tyrolean Festival Erl, where he performed as Angelotti in "Tosca" by Puccini and as Wolfram and Biterolf in Wagner's "Tannhäuser".
In addition to opera, a busy concert activity marks the work of the young artist. He has already appeared in numerous important concert halls, including the Philharmonie Bamberg, the Alte Oper Frankfurt, the Philharmonie am Gasteig Munich, the Konzerthaus and the Philharmonie Berlin. He worked with the orchestras of the Deutsche Oper Berlin, the Dresden Philharmonic, the orchestra of the State Opera Stuttgart, the Munich Symphony Orchestra, the Bamberg Symphonic, the Kammervirtuosen Berlin, the Gewandhausorchester Leipzig and the German Symphony Orchestra (DSO) Berlin under conductors like Ulf Schirmer, Philippe Auguin , Frank Beermann, Rolf Beck, Michael Sanderling, Daniel Klajner, Rudolf Bibl and Gustav Kuhn.
Among the highlights of his previous appearances are Schubert's "Winterreise" together with the renowned pianist Gerold Huber in the Toskanasaal of the Würzburg Residenz, Orff's "Carmina Burana" in the Philharmonie am Gasteig Munich, Bach's "Magnificat" with the Bamberger Symphonic in the Philharmonie Bamberg, Bachs "Chrimass-Passion" with the Dresden Kreuzchor and the Dresden Philharmonic in the Berlin Philharmonie, the "St. John´s Passion" with the Windsbach Knabenchor and the Kammervirtuosen Berlin in the Herkulessaal Munich, the opening concert of the Händelfestspiele Halle, the "St. Matthew´s Passion" by Bach and the "Memorial concert of the bombing of Dresden" again with the Dresden Kreuzchor.
He also gave his highly acclaimed debuts at the Musikalische Komödie Leipzig as Graf von Eberbach in "Der Wildschütz" and at the Staatsoper Stuttgart with the "Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen" by Gustav Mahler together with the Stuttgart State Ballet and the famous choreography by Maurice Béjart. To the Vienna Volksoper he returned as Sid in "Albert Herring" by Benjamin Britten, directed by Brigitte Fassbaender.
Other highlights were a Japantour with the Seefestspiele Mörbisch as Dr. Falke in "Die Fledermaus" and his debut as Vater in "Hänsel and Gretel" by Humperdinck and 1. Nazarener in "Salome" by Richard Strauss at the Leipzig Opera with the Gewandhausorchestra Leipzig under GMD Ulf Schirmer.