The German baritone, Georg Streuber, began his vocal training under Sebastian Richter's and Regina Köhler's guidance in Chemnitz. He attended the Landesgymnasium für Musik in Dresden as Professor Matthias Weichert's student from 2005 to 2007 and took courses at the Hochschule für Musik "Carl-Maria von Weber" in Dresden from 2007 to 2013. In 2005 and 2007 he was the awardee of the German National Youth Competition „Jugend musiziert“. Furthermore, he convinced the audience at the Duschek-Competition of the Mozart Foundation in Prague. He came first in this competition in 2011 after already having shown his expertise in 2006 when he was the first international awardee. The first prize for Lied interpretation he gained in 2012 at the inernational Lions singing competition Gut Immling in Bavaria. He attended master-classes and workshops with Camilla Nylund, Martin Snell, Henry Didier, Anne le Bozec, Ruth Ziesak, Gerold Huber, Kammersängerin Magdalena Hajóssyová and Kammersängerin Evelyn Herlitzius.
Georg Streuber has given concerts and recitals in Norway, Romania, Chemnitz and Dresden. Together with his duet partner Afra Su he did perform in successful Lied recitals in Cluj, Romania and Dresden, Germany. The intensive studies of Gustav Mahler’s oevre in 2012 did end up in three remarkable concerts of pieces like Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen (Modena, Teatro Pavarotti, conductor Andrea Barizza), Rückert Lieder together with Professor Christian Kluttig (Dresden) and Lied von der Erde, version for chamber orchestra by Arnold Schoenberg (Dresden).
In 2007 Georg Streuber performed as Papageno in Mozart‘s Die Zauberflöte in Freiberg, Döbeln and Chemnitz. Moreover, he sang the part of Dr. Caius in Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor during the opera festival in Bad Hersfeld, 2009, as well as the part of Mr. Winterbottom and Dr. Nischel in the premieres of Dinner for one and Martin Hecker‘s Der Narr im Waisenhaus in the following year at Semperoper Kleine Szene (Dresden). In 2011 he performed as Mandarin and Gaukler in Hans Gál‘s comic opera Die heilige Ente (the sacred duck) in Berlin, which combines several opera pieces.
For gaining further ensemble skills Georg Streuber joined the RIAS-Kammerchor in Berlin in 2011 for a half year lasting internship as well as he is member of the Bayreuther Festspielchor since 2012. After important experiences with the works of Gustav Mahler in 2012 (Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen, Lied von der Erde, Rückert Lieder)