The German tenor, Clemens-Christian Löschmann, was trained at the Hochschule der Künste in Belin with Professor Johannes Hoefflin and has also studied in master-classes of Aribert Reimann and Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau. He was scholarship holder of the Gotthard-Schierse-Stiftung, the Komischen Oper Berlin and the Richard-Wagner-Stipendienstiftung.
In the opera field Clemens-Christian Löschmann has been involved in numerous productions of many opera houses and free groups, including Berlin, Hamburg, Potsdam, London and Zürich, among them at several premieres. He is engaged as an ensemble member in the Opera House of Bremen, and has also appeared as a guest at the Komischen Oper Berlin and the Opera of Frankfurt/Main and Teatro Carlo Felice, Genova.
In the oratorio and concert fields Clemens-Christian Löschmann has performed all the big parts of his voice in both classical and contemporary repertoire he is a soloist in demand. Concert tours led him to Denmark, Italy, Lettland, Poland, Sweden and Wales. The Bern's public saw him in a production of the Fondo per Musica as Tamino in the Mozart's Zauberflöte, and he is well-known for his activity as soloist in numerous concerts in Switzerland, including Davos, Chur, Basel and with the Gemischten Chor in der Tonhalle Zürich. He participated in several premieres as well as in numerous broadcast -, CD and television productions.
Clemens-Christian Löschmann is a lecturer for singing at the Hochschule für Künste Bremen.