The German tenor, Hubert Nettinger, was a chorister of Regensburger Domspatzen. He received his first singing instruction during his school days with Richard Brünner. Later he studied privately with Peter Wetzler. In 1995 he received the Youth Culture Prize of the Rotary Club. In 1997 he was winner with the International Competition of the Concert Company Munich in the subject "lyric tenor" and in 1998 he received the prize of the Bavarian donation.
In 1994 Hubert Nettinger participated in the formation of the internationally renowned vocal ensemble "Die Singphoniker". Parallel to it he is a soloist in demand interpreter of the sacred concert repertoire. As a pupil of Christoph Prégardien, Hubert Nettinger meanwhile also made to himself as a Lieder singer. Since 1999 he is a soloist of the Hassler Consort under the direction of Franz Raml. Numerous concert tours brought him again and again as soloist or ensemble singer to France, Belgium, Austria, Italy, into Switzerland and to the USA.
In the center of Hubert Nettinger's work are located the oratorios and Passions of J.S. Bach, George Frideric Handel, J. Haydn and Felix Mendelssohn. He interprets numerous masses of J. Haydn, W.A. Mozart, L v. L.v. Beethoven, G. Rossini and G. Puccini, as well as the Lieder cycles of Franz Schubert, Johannes Brahms, Robert Schumann or Hugo Wolf. At the moment he works with special passion for the Lieder of Richard Strauss and Franz Liszt.