The Swiss tenor, Fabio Trümpy, studied singing and English Literature in Zürich. He furthered his vocal education with Margreet Honig at the Amsterdam Conservatory and completed his studies with a masterís degree at the New Opera Academy in 2004. He has been a member of the Dutch Opera Studio in 2005 and attended master-classes with Barbara Bonney, Anthony Rolfe-Johnson, Rudolf Jansen and Roger Vignoles.
Fabio Trümpy was a finalist in the Dutch Vocalist Presentation and was awarded the Prix des Amis du Festival díArt Lyrique for his interpretation of Mozart during the Summer Festival in Aix-en-Provence in 2007.
Recent operatic engagements include Fenton in Verdiís Falstaff (Opera Zuid Maastricht), Alej in Janacekís From the House of the Dead (Theater Basel), Pane in Cavalliís Calisto (Grand Théâtre de Genève) and Iro in Henzeís adaptation of Monteverdiís The Return of Odysseus to his Fatherland (concertante performance with WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln). Future roles include Camille in Lehárís Merry Widow (Opéra National de Lorraine) and Tamino in Mozartís Magic Flute (Spoleto Festival USA).
Fabio Trümpy regularly appears as a concert performer all over Europe, his repertoire including the major oratorio works ranging from Monteverdi to Tippett. He works with conductors as Charles Dutoit, Bo Holten, Brad Lubman, Ed Spanjaard and David Zinman.