Verena Kronbichler



Where do I come from?

From the beautiful South Tyrol

Why do I sing?

Because I've always sung since I was a child and it's just the most beautiful form of expression.

And what do I like apart from singing?

Going to the mountains, cycling, yoga, baking, yodelling.

My own personal musical highlight?

The role of Rosina in Rossini's opera “Il barbiere di Siviglia, my first leading role in the Schönbrunn Palace Theater in Vienna.

My motto?

You make your own luck.


The mezzo-soprano Verena Kronbichler has been a member of the Opera Studio of Deutsche Oper am Rhein since the 2022/23 season.

She was born in Bruneck in South Tyrol. She completed her bachelor’s degree in voice with Prof. Karlheinz Hanser and with KS Krassimira Stoyanova as well as her studies in vocal pedagogy at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna in 2021.
Since October 2021, she has been studying in the master’s program in concert singing at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Munich in the class of KS Prof. Christiane Iven.

During her studies in Vienna, Verena Kronbichler sang the Zweite Dame in Mozart’s „Magic Flute“, Dorabellain Mozart’s „Così fan tutte“, Hansel in Humperdinck’s „Hansel and Gretel“ and the role of Rosina in Rossini’s opera „Il barbiere di Siviglia“ at the Schlosstheater Schönbrunn. She also performed in the Schubertsaal of the Vienna Konzerthaus at the opening concert of „Voices of Light“ (a series of events organized by the Vienna Kulturverein). In 2020, she was a finalist in the opera category of the International Osaka Music Competition in Japan.

In 2022 Verena Kronbichler sang Haydn’s „Paukenmesse“ with the Kammerphilharmonie Rhein-Erft at the Cologne Philharmonie and orchestrated songs by Brahms and Dvorák with the Düsseldorf Symphony Orchestra as part of a Deutsche Oper matinee.
In the 2022/23 season, she can be heard at Deutsche Oper am Rhein in the following roles:  Alisa („Lucia di Lammermoor“ by Donizetti ), Laudine’s Heart („Iwein Löwenritter“ by Eggert), Sandman („Hansel and Gretel“ by Humperdinck), Kate Pinkerton („Madama Butterfly“ by Puccini), A Young Babylonian („Hérodiade“ by Massenet).