Recently awarded with several prices at the Cesti-Competition of Innsbrucker Festwochen of ancient music Neima Fischer is a german-french soprano.
Born in Berlin, her path is currently taking her throughout Germany, Europe and beyond.

Completing her Bachelor's degree she is studying with Sabine Ritterbusch and Anne Champert at Conservatoiry of Music in Hannover HMTMH.
Furthermore she is currently enrolling her studies at Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris, offering her a even broader approach to her artistry.

At the age of seven Neima Fischer started to sing in the girls choir of the Sing-Akademie zu Berlin under the baton of Friederike Stahmer, while additionally studying the violin.
It is already at a young age that she had chances and opportunities to perform and work with many different ensembles of high level and distinction.
She hereby quickly discovered her great passion for voice and music.

In 2020 she began her Bachelor of Arts degrees at the Conservatory of Music in Hannover.
She gained experience on stage solistically in productions such as Das Mädchen mit den Schwefelhölzern in the lead role, staged by Roman Hovenbitzer, in Pierrot Lunaire - Mondsüchtig as Columbine, staged by Mascha Poerzgen and as Zaide in Mozarts Singspiel.

Neima Fischer established herself early on as a soloist in the concert and oratorio field and is highly requeted.
Despite her young age she has already performed important roles among others in J.S. Bach's Christmas Oratorio, St. John Passion, W.A. Mozart's Requiem, G.F. Handel's The Choice of Hercules as Pleasure, César Franck's Les Béatitudes or as Belinda in Purcell's Dido and Aeneas.
Her repertoire also includes roles such as Blonde from Entführung aus dem Serail (Mozart), Olympia from Les contes d’Hoffmann (Offenbach), Juliette from Roméo et Juliette (Gounod), Morgana from Alcina (Handel).

Participating with great sucess in the international Cesti-Competition for baroque opera 2023 she received the emerging talent award as well as an engagement price with the renown baroque orchestra Il Gusto Barrocco under the bâton or Jörg Halubek, which will lead to collaborations in 2024 to be announced soon.
She also has been invited to make her debut at the Innsbruck Early Music Festival 2024 as Arianna in Handel's Arianna in Creta.

In November 2023 she got invited to sing concerts in Turkmenistan as part of the cultural exchange between Europe and Central Asia.
She performed Murmures Célestes et Marins, a new work for Solo Soprano and Orchestra by French composer Pierre Thilloy with the national orchestra of Turkmenistan.

Furthermore Neima Fischer is scholarship holder of Yehudi Menuhin Live music now Hannover e.V.